The workshop will be held on Wednesday and Thursday, October 7-8, 2015 from 9 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. in 306 Sherrerd Hall, Princeton University.


Sherrerd Hall

The conference will be held on Friday, October 9, 2015 from 9:00 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. in the Friend Center Convocation Room, Princeton University. The conference will be videotaped and livestreamed.


Friend Center, side view

Here is the link to the public event page for the conference.

Hotel – Nassau Inn

The Nassau Inn, 10 Palmer Square, Princeton, NJ 08542, 609-921-7500, Nassau Inn’s website‎.

Booking directions for the Nassau Inn:

The group room block deadline has passed, and the link previously provided has been deactivated. If you would still like to reserve a room with the Princeton discounted rate, you will need to email Jerry Perng, Conference Services Manager at . Jerry’s telephone number is 609-921-7500, ext. 655. Please provide your first and last name, and your check-in and check-out dates. You will also need to provide a credit card to secure your reservation, as you will be responsible for all hotel charges, including room, internet, phone calls, parking, etc. If you would prefer, you can email Jerry with your stay information, and then either call him with your credit card information, or provide your phone number and he can call you. The group name is: Princeton University Censorship Workshop, Booking ID 20903.

You will also need picture identification at check in.

Map of walking directions from hotel to Sherrerd Hall, Friend Center, and Prospect House.

Walking directions from Nassau Inn Hotel to Workshop Location

From the Nassau Inn hotel go up to Nassau Street and turn left. Walk down Nassau until you reach Washington and turn right onto Washington. As you walk up Washington you will see the Woodrow Wilson pond across the street on your left. Cross the street and walk alongside the pond, down the stairs, and past two brick buildings. You will see an all-glass building to your right. This building is Sherrerd Hall. Enter the main doors of the building and walk up the staircase to the third floor. Turn left into the hallway and room 306 will be on your right after you pass the open space area.

If you prefer to take the elevator, when you walk in the main doors of Sherrerd Hall, turn left down the first hallway to the back of the building. Take the elevator up the to third floor and exit veering to your right. Go down the hallway and room 306 will be on your left.

Walking directions from Nassau Inn Hotel to Conference Location

From the Nassau Inn hotel go up to Nassau Street and turn left. Walk down Nassau until you reach Washington. Cross the street, and then turn right to go up Washington. Turn left when you reach William Street. Walk down William Street and the Friend Center will be the white building on your right at the end of the block. It is on the corner of William and Olden Streets. There will be signs in the building to guide you to the conference location.

Driving Directions and Parking

Please see Princeton’s website for driving directions to Princeton. If you are using a GPS, put in 35 Olden Street, Princeton, NJ. This is the computer science building that is attached to the Friend Center.

Parking on campus is limited, but visitors may park in Lot 21 or 23. Please see Princeton’s parking website for more information. There is also metered parking along the streets of William, Olden, Prospect, and Nassau. Many (but not all) of the meters on Nassau, Olden and Prospect only cost .40 cents per hour. William Street meters are more expensive.



If traveling by Amtrak, your destination stop should be the Trenton Transit Center or Princeton Junction.

From Trenton, take a NJ Transit train to Princeton Junction, and then you have two options. You can either take a cab to the hotel or workshop location (approximate cost $22) or get on the “Dinky” train (approximate cost $5), which will then take you from Princeton Junction to Princeton’s train station. It is a three-quarter of a mile walk from the Princeton train station to the Nassau Inn.

At Princeton Junction you should be able to get a cab without calling one. If you need to call, here are a few cab companies:

Princeton Taxi – (609) 672-7072
Princeton Junction Taxicab – (609) 799-8633
A Princeton Taxi – (609) 924-7300

NJ transit trains:

If you are arriving/departing from the Newark Airport, you will need to take an AirTrain to the Newark Airport NJ Transit Train Station and buy a ticket to Princeton Junction. The cost is approximately $16.50. The cost of a cab to get to/from campus from Princeton Junction is about $22 (See above). NJ Transit trains run from approximately 4 am to 1 am.

Please make a note of your gate if you are travelling from Princeton Junction back to the Newark airport. You will need to get on the AirTrain from there, and it stops at all the gates.


The best airport to fly into is Newark (EWR), as it is easy to get to campus. Philadelphia Airport is also fairly close, but it is more difficult and time-consuming to get to Princeton. From Philadelphia you will need to hire a car service, or take a train from Philadelphia to Trenton. Once in Trenton, follow the directions above to get from the Trenton Transit Center to Princeton Junction and then to the hotel.

Workshop and Conference Meals and RSVP for Dinner

Breakfast and lunch will be provided every day at the workshop and conference locations. There will be a joint dinner for workshop and conference particpants on Thursday, October 8, 2015, 6 pm at Palmer House in the Solarium, located at 1 Bayard Lane, Princeton, NJ 08542, (609) 258-3715. (Palmer House is within walking distance to the Nassau Inn and campus.)

Please RSVP for the dinner here by Monday, September 28, 2015. If you have any dietary restrictions, please email Laura Cummings-Abdo, , to let her know.

Travel Reimbursement

If you have spoken with Nick Feamster and he has agreed to reimburse all or part of your travel expenses, please contact Laura, , in advance of the workshop/conference to provide her with your home address so she can enter you into Princeton’s financial system as a “supplier.” Airfare should be purchased at least 14 days in advance of the workshop/conference to be in price compliance with Princeton’s policies, as we can only reimburse “reasonable” travel expenses. If you need help with any travel arrangements, please contact Laura at least two weeks prior to the workshop/conference. Further, please make sure you review CITP’s travel policies for reimbursements.

Contact Information

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact: