What are Dine-Ins?
Some of those perusing the schedule for the 2019 CWI conference may be wondering “what’s a dine-in”? Well, look no further for an answer! Dine-ins are small discussion groups which meet during a regularly-scheduled meal time in a campus facility. Dine-ins are facilitated by members of the CWI faculty, who select a theme/topic for discussion as well as some brief readings that are be distributed prior to the conference. Dine-ins are meant to encourage in-depth conversation, frequently (but not always) about primary sources, and are capped at 10 participants apiece. The format provides a unique opportunity for more informal, extended conversations, both with speakers and with other conference attendees. Dine-in preferences can be indicated during registration, but space is extremely limited. Register today for the 2019 conference.