14.00 Wednesday 31st October 2007
LOOKING AFTER THE PASSENGERS
Jo Stanley (Lancaster University)
Maid, warder, hostess and co-adventuring consumer: the main types of emotional relationships between stewardesses and their female passengers on sea voyages
Drew Whitlegg (Emory University, USA)
From destination to post-destination in the lives of airline cabin crew
All welcome. Light refreshments will be served.
Please note This workshop will be held in the Yorkshire Rail Academy at the National Railway Museum, York, UK. The YRA is reached from within The Warehouse at the NRM, off the Great Hall, or through the Academy’s own entrance off Leeman Road. The YRA is not open to the general public – you will need to use the entryphone to get into the YRA. Please do not enter the YRA more than 10 minutes before the advertised starting time. Ask at the Museum’s welcome desks or any information point if you need help.
Please note that the workshops in the spring and summer terms should be held in the NRM’s new Search Engine facility. Confirmation will be given nearer the time.
The National Railway Museum is about 3 minutes’ walk from York railway station via the footbridge. Please use either public entrance to the NRM and tell the staff at the desk that you are attending the IRS&TH workshops. Cycle parking is available at the City Entrance. Motorists please note that NRM parking charges apply (except for registered-disabled parking, available at the City Entrance).