‘The History of Muslim-Christian Relations — What Relevance for Today?’

Tuesday March 3rd,  2015

Doors open at 4pm for refreshments @ The Examination Schools, Oxford





Prof Sidney Griffith

Department of Semitics, Catholic University of America

Prof Ziad Elmarsafy

Department of English and Related Literature, University of York

Tea, coffee and biscuits will be served from 4pm with the lectures beginning at 5pm. All are welcome to arrive to enjoy light refreshments before the first lecture.

There is no parking available at the Examination Schools, and it is notoriously difficult to park near the City Centre. It is possible to park in the Westgate Shopping Centre Carpark; it will be approximately £25 to park for the whole day. It is a 10 minute walk from the Examination Schools to the carpark. If you are driving to Oxford it is therefore strongly advised that you make use of the very efficient Park & Ride service . There are 5 parking sites around Oxford, small parking fees are charged in the region of £2-3 for the day. Click the link above for more details.
The Examination Schools are about a 10 minute walk from Gloucester Green (Oxford’s central bus station). The nearest bus stop to the Examination Schools is Queen’s Lane, which is across the road from the Examination Schools and in front of Queen’s College. The bus services to and from London stop here regularly and run 24hrs a day.
The Examination Schools are about a 15 minute walk from Oxford train station. Alternatively, there are plenty of buses that go to the Examination Schools; catch a bus going in the direction of either Headington, Cowley, or Iffley and get off at the Queen’s Lane stop on the High Street.