The National Coalition of Independent Scholars conference, “Scholars Without Borders,” will be held June 16-18 on the campus of Princeton University in Princeton, N.J., hosted by Princeton Research Forum,a thriving community of independent scholars. Accommodations will be in air-conditioned dormitory suites on campus. Everything—conference rooms, banquet hall, the exquisite Princeton University Art Museum and the historic town of Princeton—will be within walking distance.
The conference begins with a banquet and keynote address on Friday evening at Prospect House, the old president’s mansion overlooking the Prospect Gardens. Our speaker will be Shana Penn, author of Solidarity’s Secret: The Women Who Defeated Communism in Poland.
Conference attendees will not want to miss the reception and private tour graciously provided at Firestone Library by Princeton's University's extraordinary Special Collections and Rare Books department immediately following the Saturday afternoon program.
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