University of Cambridge
DIRECTIONS, MAPS & PLANS
New Hall, University of Cambridge and Cambridge Area
- Conference Venue - New Hall Site Plan
- Local area map and access details to New Hall
- University of Cambridge - Official Map
- Cambridge Area Map (City Centre in relation to New Hall)
- Regional Roads
- Overview of Available Maps and Directions (Printable maps)
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About the Conference VenueThe Humanities Conference 2005 is to be held in New Hall, a College of Cambridge University.
Founded in 1954, New Hall is located at old Roman site on Castle Hill, close to Cambridge city centre.
- Accommodation will be available at New Hall and other alternative sites. These can be booked through the conference website.
- Parallel sessions will be held at University of Cambridge, New Hall College.
- Plenary sessions will be held at the historic Guildhall, a heritage-listed theatre in the historic centre of Cambridge.
About the University of Cambridge
One of the oldest universities in the world, the University of Cambridge has an international reputation for its teaching and research. As early as 1209, records reveal that groups of scholars were congregating in the ancient Roman town of Cambridge, beside the River Cam. The first college was formally founded in 1284. The University is now one of the largest in the United Kingdom. Historical background information can be found on the University's website.