Access Information

The Radcliffe Humanities Building, where the conference will be held, is judged by the University of Oxford to be “fully accessible”. This includes:

  • Disabled parking spaces within 200m of the building.
  • Wheelchair-accessible lifts serving each of the building’s 4 floors.
  • Accessible Toilets.

For more information on the venue, see:

http://www.admin.ox.ac.uk/access/dandt/humanities/radcliffehumanities/

We are in contact with Oxford University Disability Advisory Services, and will do our utmost to provide services such as note takers, general support workers, or a sign language interpreter/lip speaker if required. If you have any further access questions/requests please email the organisers at celtclassics@gmail.com

Unfortunately, we will not be able to provide childcare at this conference due to budget constraints. We sincerely apologise if this affects your ability to attend.