The BYU Women’s Studies Conference 2012 will focus on women and territories. Whether in their home, or in nature, in crowded cities or small isolated villages, women leave their mark on their space, they trace or cross boundaries, they discover new lands, or they long for a place they had to abandon. Women geographers or explorers, but also women who are displaced from their territory to a new one, women who help construct national identities or who are seen as an incarnation of exotic destinations, they all delineate a space, or are perceived as part of one.
The Joseph F. Smith Building (JFSB) is located on West Campus Drive at Brigham Young University. The JFSB is west of the Harold B. Lee Library (HBLL) and North of the Spencer W. Kimball Tower (SWKT).
BYU Visitor parking is just off of North Campus Drive in front of the Museum of
Art, and east of the Wilkinson Center. Parking is free. After 7 PM on weekdays and all day Saturaday, visitors may park in the
JFSB underground parking garage
Thu Nov 1st, 2012 - Sat Nov 3rd, 2012
9:00 AM- 5:00 PM
Brigham Young University