Conference facilities:

We'll have both blackboards and computer projection equipment available for talks.

Getting around in Oxford:

If you’re on campus or near the square, you can get around easily on foot. Getting out to West Jackson Avenue or other areas of town is most easily done by car. There is limited bus service Monday through Saturday, described at the Oxford-University Transit website.
There are now nearly a dozen different taxi services in town. You’ll find their phone numbers at
We can help arrange carpools for Sunday if necessary. (If you so need, let us know Saturday by around lunchtime.)


Some general information about parking at Ole Miss is available.

No parking permits are required on the weekend. It's likely that you'll be able to park at the Circle, which is right by Hume Hall.


Hotels in Oxford fill up quickly on autumn weekends, even without a home football game. We recommend booking early.

You’ll find a comprehensive list of lodging options, including B&Bs, at .
A short list of lodging options follows. The approximate prices below are from 2018.

The Inn at Ole Miss is an on-campus option. Another conference has reserved a block of rooms for the given weekend, but you may still have luck with finding a room here (particularly in few weeks before the conference).

There are two relatively new hotels within pleasant walking distance to campus.

The Hampton Inn and Holiday Inn Express on West Jackson Avenue share a parking lot. Campus access is easy by car. The 1.5 miles to Hume Hall is walkable, though not necessarily pleasant.

Also on W. Jackson Ave, across the street from the two listed above:

Several other hotels further from campus can be found on the VisitOxford site (as mentioned above).

Eating and food in Oxford:

We plan to provide lunch on Saturday, and a light dinner at the reception on Saturday.

Apart from that, there are lots of food options around the Square, an easy walk from the University. See this site for more information.