How to get to our workshop:

Visitor Resources to help you plan your visit to Princeton University–including public transportation links, parking and campus maps–can be found here. This page provides information to help you find your way to the History Department in Dickinson Hall.

There is also a Princeton mobile app for smartphones and tablets that can help you navigate the campus and make use of the free shuttle system.

– If travelling by taxi, please direct driver to the intersection of Williams Street and Washington Road.
– If travelling by TigerTransit Shuttle, please depart at Stop #23.

Please note:

The workshop will take place in Rooms 210 and 211 in Dickinson Hall.

Accessibility: Unfortunately, Dickinson Hall does not have an elevator and does not offer accessibility features. The workshop will be held two floors up from street level (or one floor up from campus or ‘courtyard’ level). Please note any accommodation you require when you Register so that we might assist as best we can.
Restrooms: There is no Ladies’ Room on the workshop floor; please use the facilities on the street level or courtyard level before you come up if you are pressed for time or find stairs difficult. Mens’ Rooms are located on the street level and workshop floor.
Food and Beverage: Coffee breaks both days, as well as Breakfast and Lunch on Saturday, will be provided to Attendees.  Please note any dietary restrictions or food allergies when you Register.  If you need to bring your own food and beverage, please note that only bottled water is allowed in Room 211.
Papers: There are no pre-circulated papers for this workshop; please take a look at the abstracts for more information about presenters’ topics.

If you have additional questions or concerns after you’ve Registered, 
please contact Jackie at