Dissecting Drood

Buckingham - Defining Digital Dickens ALL EVENTS#2 CMYKFull details of the schedule can be found here: Dissecting Drood Schedule

Followers of The Drood Inquiry are warmly invited to attend a forthcoming workshop ‘Dissecting Drood’ on Tuesday 17th November at the Charles Dickens Museum.

The workshop is designed to reflect back on what The Drood Inquiry has done and to ask questions of it and more generally of the idea of Digital Dickens, and is coincided to fit with the closing week of the Drood exhibition at the Museum (which anyone attending the workshop will be able to visit). If you voted on The Drood Inquiry, followed Cloisterham Tales or read the monthly parts along with us last year, it would be great to hear your views and experiences.

The workshop is part of four events which Professor John Drew and I are running as ‘Defining Digital Dickens’ for the Being Human Festival, so if you are unable to attend on the 17th but would still like to have your say on Digital Dickens, you are welcome to meet us either at the University of Buckingham on Saturday 14th, the University of Leicester on Thursday 19th, or Birkbeck College on Saturday 21st – details of all events can be found here: http://beinghumanfestival.org/event/digital-dickens/ It would be lovely to see you there and continue the discussions started last year!

To register for Dissecting Drood (it’s free!) please visit our booking page here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/dissecting-drood-tickets-19234517961


About Pete Orford

I'm an English lecturer at the University of Buckingham, with a research background in both Dickens and Shakespeare; I am also a father of three, with a research background in dinosaurs and moshi monsters. I'm Chief Investigator for The Drood Inquiry (www.droodinquiry.com).
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