Pre-registration for the conference has now closed, but there is still space at the conference.
You can buy your ticket at the door, at the box office at Tishman Auditorium, where all sessions will be held (66 West 12th Street, between Fifth and Sixth Avenues). The box office will be open for the hour before the keynote and our other four sessions begin. Email email@example.com if you have questions.
Conference ticket prices
Public: $30 for the full conference; $10 per session
Nonprofit staff and members: $15 for the full conference; $8 per session
Full time students (with valid ID): Tickets are free
New School faculty, alumni, and staff (with valid ID): Tickets are free.
Metropolitan Museum of Art tour
Sunday, February 13, Noon-1:00 p.m.
Tickets are $24 (or $16 per student) and include general admission to the museum.
This one-hour tour with guide Elizabeth Kessler-Dimin of Princeton University will explore intersections of the body and the state in works of art dating from antiquity to the modern era; the tour will begin in the ancient Greek galleries, to consider the role of the body in conveying democratic ideals.Then, in the ancient Egyptian galleries, the tour will analyze sculptures of the female pharaoh, Hatshepsut, in terms of power and gender. From Neoclassical interpretations of the body in painting and sculpture, the tour moves to the galleries of African art to explore a modern nsiki power figure and how its body conveys its political importance. Please call before the conference to register and pay with credit card at 212.229.5776 x3.
Advance order published proceedings or audio CDs
Published conference proceedings in the Summer and Fall issues of Social Research: $15 (includes U.S. postage; + $8 for mailing outside the U.S.)
Conference audio recordings on CD: $50 (includes U.S. postage; + $8 for mailing outside the U.S.)
All sessions are hosted in the John Tishman Auditorium at 66 West 12th Street, between 5th and 6th Avenues, NYC