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Timetable for day two
Panel 4 – The Impact of Dickens in the Digital Humanities
14:30 Julie Kane – Encoding Esther: the Evolution of a Digital Humanities
14:50 Anne-Marie Millim and Marten Düring – ‘Dickens in Switzerland and Luxembourg: Assessing Impact via the Impresso Digital Newspaper-Mining Tool’
15:10 Claire Wood & Hugo Bowles – An Introduction to ‘The Dickens Code’
15:30 General Q&A – please join in!
Panel 5 – The Impact of Dickens on his City
16:00 Carolyn Berman – Dickens and Democracy tbc
16:20 Alice Turner – ‘Don’t fret your eyelids’ – Dickens’s Cockneys and their Influence on Popular Culture
16:40 Jo Hofer-Robinson – Dickensian Afterlives and the Demolition of Field Lane
17:00 General Q&A – please join in!
Panel 6 – Impact Roundtables
17:30 Dickens Journals Online: Text Correctors Forum
17:50 Dickens Journals Online: Serial Readalong Participants Forum
18:10 The Drood Inquiry: Participants Forum
18:30 General Q&A – please join in!
19:00 Launch of new University of Buckingham Digital Dickens resource
19:15 Final Remarks: J Drew, P Orford