IASTE 2012 Conference Program

IASTE 2012: The Myth of Tradition

Portland, Oregon—October 4-7, 2012

CONFERENCE PROGRAM


THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2012

9:30 AM-11:35 AM—PAPER SESSIONS


A.1 MODERNISM UNBOUND: MYTHS, PRACTICES, AND POLICIES

DESIGN 1

Chair: Yasser Elsheshtawy

U.A.E. University, U.A.E.

 

The Social Fix: The Myth of Physical Determinism and the Rise of Social Factors

Susanne Cowan

Syracuse University, U.S.A.

 
Housing Options after Pruitt-Igoe: Dispersal Policy and Scattered-Site Projects

Ipek Tureli

McGill University, Canada

 
Mid-Century Modernism: UN Community Development Policy, CIAM, and Geddes in India

Ellen Shoshkes

Portland State University, U.S.A.

 
A ‘Democratic Modernism’: Naturalizing and Neutralizing Architectural Traditions in Cape Town

Sharone Tomer

University of California, Berkeley, U.S.A.

 
Capital in a Void: Modernist Myths of Brasilia

Pedro Palazzo and Luciana Saboia

University of Brasilia, Brazil


B.1 RELIGION, PLACE, AND MYTH-MAKING

DESIGN 2

Chair: Vandana Baweja

University of Florida, U.S.A.

 

Contentious Minarets: Inscribing Muslim-ness into Euro-American Space

Saima Akhtar

University of California, Berkeley, U.S.A.

 

Muslim-British Architectural Exchanges in Britain: Dispelling Myths, Rewriting History, and Creating Shared Identity

Noha Nasser

University of Greenwich, U.K.

 

The Ayodhya Verdict: The Legal Space of Myth

Shraddha Navalli

University of California, Berkeley, U.S.A.

 

Old Tradition — New Applications: Vaastu in the Contemporary Built Environment in India

Joseph Aranha

Texas Tech University, U.S.A.

 

The Myth of Karbala: Socio-Spatial Practices in Contemporary Tehran

Ayda Melika

University of California, Berkeley, U.S.A.

 


C.1 MYTHS AND METHODS IN ARCHITECTURE AND PLANNING

STUDIO

Chair: Heba Ahmed

Cairo University, Egypt

 

Insiders as Outsiders: The Myth of “Southern Culture” in Samuel Mockbee’s Rural Studio

Anna G. Goodman

University of California, Berkeley, U.S.A.

 

Influence of Mayan Mythology on the Architecture of Eric Owen Moss

Maged Nabeel and Mohammed El-Essawy

Modern Academy for Engineering & Technology, Egypt

 

Myth and Method. The Lesson of Bay Region Style and William Wurster in California

Elisa Brusegan

University IUAV of Venice, Italy

 

Building from the Myth: A Look at the Shilpa Shastras from Anthropology and Architecture

Julian Garcia

Polytechnic University of Madrid, Spain

 

Creating Japanese Discursive Space: Politics and Mythology of Tradition and Modernity in Metabolist Proposals

Harpreet (Neena) Mand

University of Newcastle, Australia


11:35 AM-1:00 PM

BREAK

Lunch on your own


1:00 PM-2:40 PM—PAPER SESSIONS


A.2  SPACES AND TRADITIONS OF REMEMBRANCE

DESIGN 1

Chair: Imran Bin Tajudeen

National University of Singapore

 

Unsettled Meaning: Memorializing Lost Mobility through a Monument in Ordos, Inner Mongolia

Rick Miller

University of California, Los Angeles, U.S.A.

 
Political Battles Disguised as Conflicting Myths

Anne Toxey

University of Texas, San Antonio, U.S.A.

 
A Multiple Life of Architecture: An Indonesian Case

Arief Setiawan

Southern Polytechnic State University, U.S.A.
 
Creating Political Places through Myth: The Hyeonchungsa Project in Korea in the 1960s

Jihong Kim and BongHee Jeon

Seoul National University, South Korea


B.2 SPACE, ETHNICITY, AND MYTH

DESIGN 2

Chair: Gabriel Arboleda

Amherst College and Hampshire College, Amherst, U.S.A.

 

The Myth of Tradition in New York’s Chinatown

Chuo Li

Mississippi State University, U.S.A.

 
The Myth of Chinatown: The Historical Transformations of Chinese Settlements in East Asian Open Ports

Sujin Eom

University of California, Berkeley, U.S.A.

 
Planning the Immigrant City: Insurgent Publics and the Myth of Multicultural Placemaking in Metropolitan Miami

Hector Fernando Burga

University of California, Berkeley, U.S.A.

 

The Mythical Fort: The Role of Myth in the Construction of Shia Urban Identity in Qatif, Saudi Arabia

Walaa Al Khulaitit

U.S.A.


C.2 THE INVOCATION OF MYTH IN POLICY AND PRACTICE

STUDIO

Chair: Paul Memmot

University of Queensland, Australia

 

Assessing the Production and Meaning of America’s Common/Vernacular Housing

Thomas Hubka

University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, U.S.A.

 
Self-Building for a New Europe: Workers’ Suburbs and the State in European Development, 1945-1975

Tiago Castela

University of Coimbra, Portugal

 
Green Mythos: The Language of Sustainability in the Practice of Urban Design

Tanu Sankalia

University of San Francisco, U.S.A.

 


2:40 PM-3:00 PM

COFFEE BREAK


3:00 PM-4:40 PM—PAPER SESSIONS


A.3 MYTHS, MONUMENTS, AND MUSEUMS

DESIGN 1

Chair: Stefan Al

Hong Kong University, Hong Kong

 

Museums in Arabia and the Myth of Cultural Enlightenment

Yasser Elsheshtawy

U.A.E. University, U.A.E.

 
Superscribing Histories: The Construction of Sun Yat-Sen Memorials in Hong Kong and Vancouver

Cecilia Chu

University of California, Berkeley, U.S.A.

 

Countering National Myths with Tribal Museums

Anne Marshall

University of Idaho, U.S.A.


B.3 IMAGINING THE SPACE OF MYTH

DESIGN 2

Chair: Brook Muller

University of Oregon, U.S.A.

 

When the World Grew Old: Scientific Mythologies and the Nineteenth-Century Making of Delhi’s History

Mrinalini Rajagopalan

Pittsburgh University, U.S.A.
 

Foundation Myths: Modern Art and the Madness of Karl Junker

Mikesch Muecke and Nathaniel Walker

Iowa State University, and Brown University, U.S.A.

 

Karl Friedrich Schinkel: The New “Athens-on-the-Spree” and the Myth of Antique Greece

Jean-Francois Lejeune

University of Miami, U.S.A.

 

The Constructing and Changing of Cinematic Hong Kong through the Taiwanese Cult Followings’ Eyes

Ying-Fen Chen

National Taiwan University


C.3 MYTH IN INSTITUTIONAL POLICY

STUDIO

Chair: Laurence Loftin

University of Colorado, Denver, U.S.A.

 

From the Mythos to “Mere Myth” of Refuge: Strong Built Forms Are Superseded by Invisibility

Robert Mugerauer

University of Washington, Seattle, U.S.A.

 

Coexisting Myths in Neoliberal Space Production: The Case of the Build Your Own Home Project in Israel

Dikla Yizhar and Rachel Kallus

Technion University, Israel

 

Farewell to the Bad Old Days: Architecture’s Curtain Call on the Myths of Mental Health Care

Rebecca Mclaughlan

Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand


4:40 PM-5:00 PM

COFFEE BREAK


5:00 PM-6:40 PM

PLENARY SESSION: MYTHS AND TRADITIONS OF THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT

FASHION/CULTURE

Chair: Mark Gillem

University of Oregon, U.S.A.

 

Fractured Foundation: The Myth of the American Dream

John Archer

University of Minnesota

 

Myths of an Oasis Town: Ghadames, Libya, from Italian Colonialism to the Present

Mia Fuller

University of California, Berkeley, U.S.A.


6:45 PM-8:15 PM

OPENING RECEPTION

The Nines Hotel

Prefunction Area


FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5, 2012

8:45 AM-10:50 AM—PAPER SESSIONS


A.4 POLITICAL PLACEMAKING AND URBAN MYTHOLOGY

DESIGN 1

Chair: Dell Upton

University of California, Los Angeles, U.S.A.

 

”Living the Next Lap” in ”the City of Tomorrow”: Teleological Myths in Singapore’s New Downtown

Imran Bin Tajudeen

National University of Singapore, Singapore

 
Preserving or Reinventing the City? Demythologizing Historic Preservation in Taipei

Jeffrey Hou

University of Washington, Seattle, U.S.A.

 
Cosmic Urban Forms: Geometry, Rituals, and the Spirit of Place

Luna Khirfan

University of Waterloo, Canada

 

Security and Surveillance: Circulating Violence through Infrastructure

Nikolina Bobic

University of Sydney, Australia
 

Exploring the Roots of the Village as a Myth and an Ideal for Urban Renewal

Eeva Aarrevaara

Lahti University of Applied Sciences, Finland


B.4 URBAN FANTASIES AND THE MYTH OF THE CITY

DESIGN 2

Chair: Khaled Adham

U.A.E. University, U.A.E.

 

Early Las Vegas and the Myth of the Wild West: The Profitable Conflation of “Western” Libertarian Regulation and Image

Stefan Al

University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

 

The Myth of Urban Resurrection: Amsterdam, Its Founder, and Its Iconic Plan

Nancy Stieber

University of Massachusetts, Boston, U.S.A.

 

Catalan Nation Building and Bottom-Up Placemaking: Redevelopment in the 22@ District

Philip Speranza

University of Oregon, U.S.A.

 
From Myth to Megacity: The Transformation of the Urban Landscape of Mexico City

Moises Gonzales

University of New Mexico, U.S.A.

 
China’s Recent Urbanism: Mythology and Spatial Reconstruction of Local Culture

Huijin Li

Shanghai Jiaotong University, China


C.4 INTERROGATING SUSTAINABILITY: BEYOND THE GREEN MYTH

STUDIO

Chair: Bob Mugerauer

University of Washington, Seattle, U.S.A.

 

Ethnoengineering

Gabriel Arboleda

Amherst College and Hampshire College, Amherst, U.S.A.

 

Myths of Knowledge Creation in Sustainable Architecture

Brook Muller

University of Oregon, U.S.A.

 
Green Myths: A Virtual Odyssey of Ecocities

Diane Valerie Wildsmith

University of Indonesia, Indonesia


10:50 AM-11:05 AM

COFFEE BREAK


11:05 AM-11:25 AM

AWARDS CEREMONY

FASHION/CULTURE


11:30 AM-1:00 PM

PLENARY SESSION: THE MYTH OF TRADITION—CONTEMPORARY AND VERNACULAR IMAGINARIES

FASHION/CULTURE

Chair: Nezar AlSayyad

University of California, Berkeley, U.S.A.

 

Fabled Cities of the East

Nasser Rabbat

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, U.S.A.

 

Myths, Plazas and Public Ritual: Place and Cultural Continuity in the American Southwest

Chris Wilson

University of New Mexico, U.S.A.


1:00 PM-2:30 PM

BREAK

Lunch on your own


2:30 PM-5:30 PM
Tour of Portland’s Historic Downtown and Beyond


SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2012

8:45 AM-10:50 AM—PAPER SESSIONS


A.5 MEMORY, MYTHOLOGY, AND HISTORIOGRAPHY

DESIGN 1

Chair: Greig Crysler

University of California, Berkeley, U.S.A.

 

Allusions to Antiquity in Colonial, Catholic, and Postcolonial Tunisia: A Semiotic Analysis in Three Parts

Daniel Coslett

University of Washington, Seattle, U.S.A.

 

The Great Portuguese World Exhibition and the (Re)Construction of Ties with Brazil in a World at War

Marianna Al Assal

University of Sao Paolo, Brazil

 

The Unconquered Citadel: Post-Communist Myths and the Palace of the Parliament in Bucharest, Romania

Andreea Mihalache

Princeton University, U.S.A.

 

The Contested Myth: Archaeological and Ethnographic Museums in Turkey

Ozge Sade-Mete

University of Washington, Seattle, U.S.A.


B.5 HOUSING, THE VERNACULAR, AND MYTH

DESIGN 2

Chair: Susanne Cowan

Syracuse University, U.S.A.

 

The Value of Myth and Tradition in Contemporary Welsh Dwellings

Heidi Day and Wayne Forster

Cardiff University, U.K.

 

Myths of the Handmade: Simone Kosremelli’s Contemporary Vernacular Houses

Sylvia Shorto

American University of Beirut, Lebanon

 

The Timeless and the Timefull

Laurence Loftin III

University of Colorado, Denver, U.S.A.
 

The Making of ‘Modern’ Addis: The Role of the ‘Addis’ Myth

Alazar Ejigu

KTH/Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden

 

Is the Laweyan Still “the Laweyan”?

Triatno Yudo Harjoko and Putri Nurul Probowati

University of Indonesia, Indonesia


C.5 MYTH, POWER, AND PLACE

GEORGIAN ROOM

Chair: Luna Khirfan

University of Waterloo, Canada

 

Reclaiming the Prodigal Son: Reconstituting the Republican Revolution in Singapore and Malaysia

Chee-Kien Lai

National University of Singapore, Singapore

 

Enterprising Masquerades: Plural Identities and Mythic Spaces in Southeastern Nigeria

Joseph Godlewski

University of California, Berkeley, U.S.A.

 
Tradition, Knowledge, Myth: The Politics of Resettlement in China

Duanfang Lu

University of Sydney, Australia

 

Revolution Interrupted: Land, the Military, and the Myth of Nationalism In Post-Mubarak Egypt

Riem El-Zoghbi

University of California, Berkeley, U.S.A.

 

Modern Myths of the New Age in the Digital Sublime

Beril Ozmen Mayer

Eastern Mediterranean University, Cyprus


10:50 AM-11:05 AM

COFFEE BREAK


11:05 AM-12:45 PM—PAPER SESSIONS


A.6 VERNACULARIZING MYTH

DESIGN 1

Chair: Kingston Heath

University of Oregon, U.S.A.

 

Reinterpreting Traditions: Vernacular Architecture In Latin American Cities

Diana Maldonado and Fernando Lara

Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon, Mexico, and University of Texas, Austin, U.S.A.

 

Architectural Creation Myths

Kevin Nute

University of Oregon, U.S.A.

 

The Construction of Myth in Tibetan Architecture and the Modern City of Lhasa

Maggie Mei Kei Hui

Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

 

When Myths Collide: The Mandala Archetype and the Charbagh Tradition in Indian Gardens during the Mughal Empire

Maryam Mansoori

Texas A&M University, U.S.A.


B.6 REGENERATION, PRESERVATION, AND THE MYTH OF HERITAGE

DESIGN 2

Chair: Howard Davis

University of Oregon, U.S.A.

 

Nostalgia and Attitudes towards Conservation and Reuse of the Historical Palaces of Mohammed Ali’s Family in Egypt

Hisham Gabr

Cairo University, Egypt

 

Tradition and Myth in the Madina: Conservation and Change

Hassan Radoine

University of Sharjah, U.A.E.

 
Preservation and Reconstruction of Urban Dwelling Space: Qilou Districts in Guangzhou City, China

Nobuo Mitsuhashi

Uts Unomiya University, Japan


C.6 NATIONAL MYTHS AND IDENTITY DISCOURSES

GEORGIAN ROOM

Chair: Noha Nasser

University of Greenwich, U.K.

 

Diego Rivera and the “Building” of Mexican Identity

Patricia Morgado

North Carolina State University, U.S.A.
 

Architecture and the Myth of Authenticity during the German Period in Cameroon

Itohan Osayimwese

Ithaca College, U.S.A.

 

The Metamorphosis of the Wall: A Mythical/Ideological Representation of Urban Space — the Case of Ankara

Meltem Al and Seçil Binboga

Middle East Technical University, Turkey

 

On the Portuguese Ultimate National Myth

Daniela V. de Freitas Simões

University NOVA of Lisbon, Portugal


12:45 PM-2:10 PM

BREAK

Lunch on your own


2:10 PM-4:15 PM—PAPER SESSIONS


A.7 MYTH AND PLACE

DESIGN 1

Chair: Duanfang Lu

University of Sydney, Australia

 

Palestinian Peasant Housing after 1858, the “New Native” Nationalism, and the Ayan Myth of Tradition

Yael Allweil

University of California, Berkeley, U.S.A.

 

The Illegal Fabric: Understanding the American Dream and Its Effect on Chicago

Samantha Salden

University of Notre Dame, U.S.A.

 

English Villages: A Myth of “an Unspeakable Tongue” and Immersion as Remedy

Jieheerah Yun

U.S.A.

 

The Neighborhood Concept as a Narrative-Myth of Community

Timothy Imeokparia

University of New Mexico, U.S.A.

 

The Myths and Traditions in the Making of Places: The Case of Municipal Market ”Bandabulya” in Cyprus

Halide Erogul and Hifsiye Pulhan

Eastern Mediterranean University, Cyprus


B.7 MYTH IN DESIGN THEORY AND PRACTICE

DESIGN 2

Chair: Hesham Abdelfattah

Cairo University, Egypt

 

The Myth of Security

Jill Schreifer

The Urban Collective, U.S.A.

 

Bio-Architectural Technology and the Dreamtime Knowledge of Spinifex Grass

Paul Memmott

University of Queensland, Australia

 

The Myth of the Roof Shape in Korean Architecture

Jeonghyun Kim and BongHee Jeon

Seoul National University, South Korea

 

The Myth of the (Digital) Master Builder

Mark Donofrio

University of Oregon, U.S.A.


C.7 CONSUMING MYTHS, GLOBALIZING TRADITIONS

GEORGIAN ROOM

Chair: Mike Robinson

University of Birmingham, U.K.

 

The Myth of Urban Diversity: The Tale of Two Souqs in Two Gulf Cities, Manama and Doha

Ali Alraouf

Qatar University, Qatar

 

Layers of Myth In Abu Dhabi’s Interpretation of Postmodern Urbanism

Surajit Chakravarty

ALHOSN University, U.A.E.

 
Scales of Entrepreneurial Acts in Quezon City, Metropolitan Manila, as Mythic Norms

Michael Gonzales

University of California, Berkeley, U.S.A.

 
The Myth of Modernity: Reimagining the Farangi House in Aminoddowleh’s Travel Memoir

Vahid Vahdat Zad

Texas A&M University, U.S.A.

 

Egyptian State-Led Competitions : Between Political Agendas and the Myth of the ”Space of Possible”

Mennat El-Husseiny

Cairo University, Egypt


4:15 PM-4:30 PM

COFFEE BREAK


4:30 PM-6:35 PM—PAPER SESSIONS


A.8 DWELLING IN MYTH

DESIGN 1

Chair: Sylvia Shorto

American University of Beirut, Lebanon

 

Public and Private Space in the Mexican Southeast: The Mayan Myths and Habits

Gladys Arana

Universidad Autonoma de Yucatan, Mexico

 

The Bergeries of Provence, or Where Have All the Sheep Gone?

Jacqueline Victor and Laurence Loftin III

University of Denver and University of Colorado, Denver, U.S.A.

 

Missing Memories and Forgotten Homes: The  Construction of a New Socialist Countryside in China

Wei Zhao

University of Illinois, Urbana-Champagne, U.S.A.

 

The House and the Megalith: On the Myth and Reality of the Sumbanese Architectural Tradition

Gunawan Tjahjono

University of Indonesia and University of Pembangunan Jaya, Indonesia

 

The Myth of Modern Living: The Trajectory of Rio’s Pedregulho Housing Development

Flavia Nascimento

Institute of National Historic and Artistic Heritage, Brazil


B.8 CULTURE AND MYTH IN SOCIO-SPATIAL PRACTICE

DESIGN 2

Chair: Joe Aranha

Texas Tech University

 

The Socialist Balcony: Property Relations between Myth and Reality in Post-Socialist Romania

Ioana Chinan

University of California, Berkeley, U.S.A.

 

Claiming Power through Myth Insinuated in Urban Forms: The Case of the Arjuna Wijaya Statue

Eka Permanasari

University of Pembangunan Jaya, Indonesia

 

Cultural Resilience vs. Historic Preservation: Managing Changes in Bagan, Myanmar

Chiao-Yen Yang

University of Washington, Seattle, U.S.A.

 

How the Bugis Community Employs Myths to Structure Space and Place

Bhatari Darjosanjoto and Endang Titi Sunarti Darjosanjoto

Sepuluh-Nopember Institute of Technology, Indonesia

 

Eve’s Apple and the Mosque: Transmuted and Layered Additions to Mosque Vocabulary Pertaining to the Space of Women

Tammy Gaber

University of Waterloo, Canada


C.8 MYTHS IN A TIME OF REVOLUTION

GEORGIAN ROOM

Chair: Nancy Stieber

University of Massachusetts, Boston, U.S.A.

 

Self-Immolation: The Myth of Fire, Contentious Politics, and the Remaking of Public Space

Aviva Rubin

Harvard University, U.S.A.

 

Beyond the Modern Urban Center: Decoding Tahrir Square

Khaled Adham

U.A.E. University, U.A.E.

 

Deconstructing the Myth of “Tahrir” and “the Facebook Revolution”

Momen El-Husseiny

University of California, Berkeley, U.S.A.

 

Tahrir Square: Between Local Traditions and Global Flows

Hussam Salama

Qatar University, Qatar
 

Virtual Heaven, Physical Hell: The Syrian Uprising

Sofia Shwayri

Seoul University, Republic of Korea


7:00 PM-8:30 PM

RECEPTION

UO Portland Center Lobby, 760 NW Couch Street


SUNDAY, OCTOBER 7, 2012

9:00 AM-10:40 AM—PAPER SESSIONS


A.9 MYTHIC PLACES, TRADITIONAL SPACES

DESIGN 1

Chair: Kevin Nute

University of Oregon, U.S.A.

 

Transforming Temple Streets in the New Digital Era

Ram Sateesh Pasupuleti, Jyoti Mithal, Siva Sakthivel Ramadoss, and Arthi Kanchanana Manohar

School of Planning and Architecture, Bhopal, India

 
A Riverfront Structured to Keep Alive Traditions? The Ghats of Benares in India

Savitri Jalais

Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture, France

 

The Violence of “Place”: Belonging, Temple vs. Mosque, and Subaltern Platial Imagination in India

Bhaskar Mukhopadhyay

Goldsmiths, University of London, U.K.

 
The Myth of a Monument: Azadi or Shahyad Square

Shahrzad Shirvani

University of California, Berkeley, U.S.A.


B.9 CITY-BUILDING, MYTH-MAKING

DESIGN 2

Chair: Mark Donofrio

University of Oregon, U.S.A.

 

Ambiguities of Myth-Making: Construction of Nationalism over the Myth of “Newroz” (Nevruz) in Turkey

Muna Guvenc

University of California, Berkeley

 

The Nationalization of Women in Postcolonial Korea: Placemaking for Shin Saimdang as “Good Mother-Good Wife”

Younjung Do and BongHee Jeon

Seoul National University, South Korea

 

The Missing Dialogue Between The Tradition Of Civic Life And Spatial Structure Of Contemporary Iranian Cities

Sima Nabizadeh

Eastern Mediterranean University, Cyprus

 
Systems Of Enclaves: The Myth of Political Unity & Public Space

Eliana Abu-Hamdi

University of California, Berkeley, U.S.A.


C.9 MYTH AND NATIONALISM

STUDIO

Chair: Gunawan Tjahjono

University of Indonesia and University of Pembangunan Jaya, Indonesia

 

The Heritage of Desire: Building an Imagined Taiwan from Grounded Myths

Mike Robinson

University of Birmingham, U.K.

 

The Persistence of the Myth of the Native Hut and the Cradle of Portugueseness on the Indian Ocean

Silje Erøy Sollien

Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Denmark

 

State, Guerrillas, and Armed Residents: The Myth of Tulou as “Fortress,” 1920s–1940s

Jing Zheng

Chinese University of Hong Kong

 

Mythologizing the Region: A Critique

Sebnem Yucel

Izmir Institute of Technology, Turkey


10:40 AM-11:00 AM

COFFEE BREAK


11:00 AM-12:45 PM

FINAL PLENARY SESSION

FASHION/CULTURE

 

Moderators:

Nezar Alsayyad, University of California, Berkeley, U.S.A.

Mark Gillem, University of Oregon, U.S.A.

 

Panelists:

Mina Rajagopalan, University of Pittsburgh, U.S.A.

Ipek Tureli, McGill University, Canada


MONDAY, OCTOBER 8, 2012

9:30 AM-9:00 PM—POST CONFERENCE TOUR
Guest pickup at Nines Hotel at 9:30 AM.
See the full itinerary here.

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