For the fourth consecutive year, the Students' Committee of the American Studies Association will sponsor a Roommate Connection Service for the ASA's Annual Meeting. This year's meeting will take place in Washington, D.C., November, 8-11, 2001. In response to graduate students' requests for help in minimizing the costs of attending conferences, the committee will work to connect conference attendees looking to share a room. This service is not limited to graduate students; anyone seeking a roommate for the conference may apply.
Rather than posting your request for a roommate to a list, simply send a message to Themis Chronopoulos. Themis will forward your message to a possible "match." You will handle all the arrangements from there. Please note that by submitting a request to the Roommate Connection Service, you give us permission to forward the entire contents of your message to potential roommates.
Please send the following information to Themis at Themis_Chronopoulos@Brown.Edu
Your name and e-mail address
The dates you will be staying in D.C.
Whether you HAVE or NEED space
Where you prefer to stay (name of hotel etc)
The maximum number of roommates you would prefer to have
Any preferences for roommate(s) (e.g. gender, smoking, gay/lesbian friendly)
Adam Golub, Chair, University of Texas, Austin
Colin Johnson, Chair, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Themis Chronopoulos, Brown University
Raul Coronado, Stanford University
Anne Martínez, Student Councilor, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Eve Meltzer, Student Councilor, University of California, Berkeley
Deirdre Murphy, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Jessica Nathanson, State University of New York, Buffalo
Barbara Shaw Perry, University of Maryland, College Park
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