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Thursday, November 6

8:15 am - English Department Conference Room 4186 & 4188 JFSB 

Welcome

How Family Relationships Worked for Women in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries Organized by Amy Harris
Session Chair: Karen Auman

10:15 am - 4186 & 4188 JFSB 

Women and the Familial in Art and Visual Culture, c. 1650-1950 Organized by Heather Belnap Jensen
Session Chair and Respondent: Jana Emmer

12:00 pm - B092 JFSB

Women's Studies Colloquium

1:00 pm - Foreign Language Activity Center B003 JFSB

Light Luncheon for conference speakers, registrants, and volunteers

2:30 pm - HD Viewing Room 4824 HBLL

Roundtable: Why Men’s Mental Health Matters for Women and Children Organized and Moderated by Kevin Shafer

3:45 pm - HD Viewing Room 4824 HBLL

Roundtable: Family Life in England and America, 1690-1820 – A Roundtable Discussion with the Editors Amy Harris (BYU History), Rachel Cope (BYU Church History and Doctrine), and Jane Hinckley (BYU Humanities)

7:00 pm - Museum of Art Auditorium 260 MOA

Keynote Speaker No Joke!: Caricatures of Marriage in 19th Century France.  Introduced by Anca Sprenger

Reception following


Friday, November 7

9:15 am - Education in Zion Theater B192 JFSB 

Marriage and Family in 19th-Century France Organized by Anca Sprenger
Chair: Patricia Mainardi

11:00 am - Education in Zion Theater B192 JFSB 

Wives, Mothers, and Daughters in an Early Modern Mediterranean Context Organized by Valerie Hegstrom, Jennifer Haraguchi, and Brandie Siegfried
Chair: Brandie Siegfried

1:00 pm - Foreign Language Activity Center B003 JFSB

Light Luncheon for conference speakers, registrants, and volunteers

2:15 pm - Special Collections Classroom 1131 HBLL 

 Mothers, Resources, and Child Well-Being Organized by Renata Forste and Tim Heaton
Chair: Renata Forste

4:00 pm - Special Collections Classroom 1131 HBLL 

Graduate Student Panel: Marriage and Motherhood in Modern French Literature Organized by Anca Sprenger
Chair: Patricia Mainardi

Closing Remarks

 

BYU Visitor parking (available all day) is just off of North Campus Drive in front of the Museum of Art and east of the Wilkinson Center. Parking all over campus is free after 7 PM.

Call for Papers

Provo Hotels

Airport and Transportation

campus map

Conference Co-organizers: 
Dr. Anca Sprenger, Associate Professor of French Literature and Women's Studies Executive Committee Member, Dr. Valerie Hegstrom, Associate Professor of Spanish Literature and Coordinator of Women's Studies

Conference Interns: 
Sarah Axtell (a Women's Studies minor, majoring in Antrhopology), and Jessica Judd (a Women's Studies minor, majoring in Human Development).