Digital Dickens: A Dickens Day Workshop

Free workshop on Monday 7th July 2014 at Senate House, London.

This free, one-day workshop will provide an opportunity to reflect upon and develop a number of digital Dickens projects, including a sequence of online serial reading projects and Dickens Journals Online (DJO). We intend for the event to enrich the development of digital Dickens projects by increasing participation and building confidence and competence in engaging in online communities and using social media. The workshop will also offer an opportunity to think about recent research in this area, and encourage participants to make connections between their forms of scholarship in different media.

Draft programme

10.00–10.30  Arrivals, tea, coffee

10.30–10.45  Welcome and opening remarks

10.45–11.00  Update from Dickens Journals Online (www.djo.org.uk)

11.00–11.45  ‘Victorian Periodicals and Serial Reading in a Digital Age’, Joanne Shattock (University of Leicester)

11.45–12.45  Social Media: Overview, Training and Discussion led by Jane van de Ban (Web and Social Media Manager, Birkbeck, University of London) and Xavier Inverarity (Social Media and Web Assistant, Birkbeck, University of London).

12.45–2.00    Lunch (own arrangements)

2.00–3.30      Digital Dickens: Serial Reading, Blogging, Tweeting, Inquiries, and Beyond: Emma Curry (Birkbeck College, University of London), Pete Orford (University of Buckingham), Claire Wood (University of York).

3.30–4.00      Tea and coffee

4.00–5.30 Digital Victorian Studies: Clare Horrocks (Liverpool John Moores University), Catherine Pope (University of Sussex), Lucie Matthews-Jones (Liverpool John Moores University).

Visit the IES website for further information and to book your free place, or contact Jon Millington, Events Officer, Institute of English Studies. Phone: 020 7664 4859; email: jon.millington@sas.ac.uk

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