NYU is located at Washington Square in the historic Greenwich Village neighborhood of Manhattan. New York City is served by three airports, John F. Kennedy, LaGuardia, and Newark, and air travelers can take taxis or airport shuttles to Manhattan. Amtrak trains run to Penn Station, and Greyhound and other buses run to Port Authority. NYU's campus is accessible by multiple subway and bus lines. See the link "Getting to NYU" below for details
Registered attendees who are interested in staying in campus housing during the conference should contact Jennifer Baker at firstname.lastname@example.org about room availability. These dorm accommodations are non-smoking, two- or four-person suites in an NYU residence hall. Suites are air-conditioned, furnished with bed linens and towels, and equipped with wireless internet service. See the link below for more information.
See the link below for a list of hotels that have negotiated special rates with NYU. Non-NYU faculty/students cannot book through the link below, but they can call hotels directly to inquire about the negotiated NYU rate for conference attendees. Please contact Jennifer Baker at email@example.com if you need verification of your attendance or other assistance.
In an effort to expand and diversify the participants in the biannual conference, the Melville Society will be offering at least four travel grants to defray the cost of attendance for scholars of limited means (i.e. contingent faculty, graduate students without travel funding, scholars who are not otherwise able to afford international travel, or independent scholars). Grants will cover the registration fee and provide $300. Online application for travel grants will open after conference proposals have been accepted.
Please consider making a tax-deductible donation to the travel grant fund.