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Friends of the Dickens Forum,

     Emily Bowles <[log in to unmask]>  has sent this notice of a 
conference at the University of
York:         (pjm)
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> Dear Patrick,
>
> I hope the following will be of interest to Dickns-L members!
>
> Registration is now open for the 'After Dickens' conference, taking place
> at the University of York from 2nd-3rd December 2016. With keynotes from
> Professor Kamilla Elliott (Lancaster University) and Professor Juliet John
> (Royal Holloway) and papers on topics from theatrical adaptations of
> Dickens and* Christmas Carol *pop-up books to headless frogs in Dickens and
> Darwin and Little Nell in the cyber age, this conference brings together
> exciting new research into Dickens’s afterlife and legacy, from his
> influence on social reform and literary criticism to biographies and
> reimaginings in the twentieth century and beyond. The event is generously
> supported by the British Association for Victorian Studies (BAVS):
> bavs.ac.uk, the Dickens Society and the Modern School of the English
> Department, University of York.
>
> For the full, up-to-date programme and further information about the event
> and the venue, see the conference website here:
> https://afterdickens.wordpress.com/
>
> Registration is £45 for the full two days with a concessionary rate of £35
> for students and unwaged. The conference registration includes a
> performance of 'Fagin's Last Hour', presented by Brother Wolf in
> association with Harrogate Theatre, adapted and performed by James Hyland.
> Register here: http://store.york.ac.uk/browse/product.asp?compid=1&modid=1&
> catid=573
>
> For any queries, please email [log in to unmask]