Christy Coleman, public historian and President of the American Civil War Center
Tiffany Ruby Patterson, Associate Professor of African American and Diaspora Studies; Associate Professor of History; Director of Undergraduate Studies in AADS
Simon Dickel, Professor of Gender and Diversity, Folkwang Universitat der Kunste, Essen, Germany and CAAR Scholar-in-Residence at UCF
A block of rooms at special rates have been reserved at the following hotels in the Orlando East/UCF Area (10 minutes’ drive from campus):
- Courtyard Marriott ($139.00 a night for 1 king or 2 queen beds).
- Town Place Suites ($149.00 a night for studio suite, including hot breakfast buffet).
- Residence Inn ($159.00 a night for one-bedroom suite, including hot breakfast buffet).
Please click here to make your reservation for any of the hotels.
Once you click on the link above, the webpage breaks down the 3 available hotel options and amenities.
Guests may also call each hotel directly to book within the block. Direct numbers for each hotel’s Front Desk is below. Guests will just need to speak with a Front Desk Agent and reference the “CAAR Conference 2019” group rate.
TownePlace Suites 407-243-6100
Residence Inn 407-513-9000
Orlando or Bust! Conference Highlights from CAAR President Violet Johnson
In partnership with the Association to Preserve the Eatonville Community (PEC) and the University of Central Florida (UCF), CAAR will host its 13th Biennial International Conference in Orlando, Florida from January 30 to February 2, 2019. Here are highlights to note as you plan to join us for this exciting event: