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MA Dickens Studies

Saturday 20th May: Open Morning at the Charles Dickens Museum (48 Doughty Street London), 11am to 1pm.  This is an opportunity to talk to academic staff from The University of Buckingham's MA by Research in Charles Dickens Studies about research ideas and the nature and structure of the course, which commences in October 2017, based at 51 Gower Street, Bloomsbury. The course offers access to the Charles Dickens Museum's unique archive collections as well as the expertise of the Buckingham English Department and numerous guest seminar speakers from the Dickens community worldwide. Under close guidance, successful applicants will write a substantial research-based thesis based on a topic of their choosing, under the broad umbrella of 'Dickens Studies'. More details are available here.  

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DJO in the News

DJO in the News: a sample of coverage, 2011 to present

Tuesday 2nd (online); Wednesday 3rd (print) August 2011

Guardian Letters pages

JD ‘Join us to bring alive the vintage journalism of Charles Dickens’. 360 words.

Link: http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2011/aug/02/vintage-journalism-of-charles-dickens?INTCMP=SRCH

 

7 col. inches

 

Thursday 4th August 2011

Guardian Culture Books Online article

Calling all Dickens detectives. 600 words.

John Drew

http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/booksblog/2011/aug/04/charles-dickens-journals-online-project?INTCMP=SRCH

 Online only

6 comments; 103 Fbook shares; 95 Tweets

Friday 5th August 2011

Guardian Online books

Good news! Dickens detectives flooding in. 450 words.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/booksblog/2011/aug/05/dickens-detectives-found?INTCMP=SRCH

F21 / Tw 14 

Saturday 6th August 2011

BBC Radio 4 iPM JD discussion about the project with Eddie Mair morning & evening shows. 10 minutes.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b012x145/iPM_06_08_2011/

 

 

Sunday 7th August 2011

Observer 1 page feature. 1160 words +illustrations. 1page.

Charles Dickens bicentenary: Call for online editors to save forgotten journal

Tracy McVeigh

7/8 page

http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2011/aug/07/charles-dickens-household-words-project?INTCMP=SRCH

 Comments: 50; Fb 861; Tw 111

 

Monday 8th August 2011

1. ABC Melbourne Breakfast Show with Red Symons

Breakfast Show – interview about DJO. 3 mins.

 

2. ABC Canberra Breakfast with Ross Solly

Breakfast Show—interview about DJO. 2 mins.

 

3. Radio Ulster -- Arts Extra with Kim Lenaghan (no podcast) – interview about DJO. 4 mins.

 

4. Independent i

Victoria Summersley: Editor’s Letter

2 col. inches

Online:

http://www.independent.co.uk/i/editor/letter-from-the-editor-great-expectations-2333536.html

 

Tuesday 9th August 2011

1. BBC Radio Kent

Drive Time with Dominic King. Interview about DJO, 3 mins.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p00jdsp1

 

2. El Pais (Spain) feature on DJO by Antonio Fraguas, Arts' staff writer.

560 words.

1 page

Online

http://www.elpais.com/articulo/cultura/erratas/wikidickens/elpten/20110809elpepucul_4/Tes

 

10th August 2011.

Article in Books/culture section of NRC, the Netherlands daily evening paper (circulation 200,000). 285 words.

 

Tuesday 23rd August 2011

BBC Radio 4 -- Making History. 7 mins.

Tom Holland talks to Dr Hazel Mackenzie at the University of Buckingham to find out how they are using so-called crowd-sourcing techniques to research the journals of Charles Dickens and whether this might change historical research in the future.”

19 December 2011

BBC Radio Kent – Drive Time with Dominic King.

Update on project. 3 mins.

12th January 2012

JD interviewed for Andrew Dickens' article in ShortList  'Just How Dickensian Are We?'

http://www.shortlist.com/entertainment/just-how-dickensian-are-we#image-rotator-1

25th January 2012

JD interviewed by Caroline Quinn for the BBC documentary ‘Dickens and Parliament’. Programme has aired 44 times between 24th March and 15th June. 4 mins total in 25 min. show. http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01f1649/broadcasts

25th January 2012

JD and Dr Tony Williams: address to the Royal Society of Arts on the topic of 'Arts, Manufactures, and Commerce in Dickens's Journalism' http://www.thersa.org/fellowship/where-you-are/london/events/past-events/arts,-manufactures-and-commerce-in-dickens-journalism

3rd February 2012

JD interviewed by Stephen Beard for American Public Radio's Marketplace business programme. 5 mins.

7th February 2012

JD interviewed for Anna Brosnan's article in The Northampton Chronicle.

100 words

1 col. inch

http://www.northamptonchron.co.uk/news/features/the_chron_looks_at_northamptonshire_s_links_with_one_of_the_country_s_most_famous_writers_1_3494285

8th February 2012

JD: opening lecture in the Ferens Fine Art lecture series 2012 at the Middleton Hall, University of Hull  http://www2.hull.ac.uk/fass/english/newsandevents/events/dickensandart.aspx

14th February 2012

JD and Dr Tony Williams presented to the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh at a reception at Buckingham Palace, held to celebrate Dickens's Bicentenary (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-17032379)

15th March 2011

Broadcast ofCould this be the setting of Dickens' Bleak House?’ JD participates as visiting expert in programme for BBC School Report. See http://www.bbc.co.uk/schoolreport/17366936. 5 mins.

 

19th March 2012

The Dickens Journals Online film Charles Dickens, London Journalist posted on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FROa8ozi0N0  361 views to 24/06/2012. 18 mins.

28-31 March 2012

Charles Dickens and the Mid-Victorian Press, 1850-1870. The DJO launch conference. 111 delegates from 14 countries. Conference Proceedings (20 chapters) on schedule for publication by the University of Buckingham Press, Autumn 2012. See http://www.buckingham.ac.uk/latest-news/launch-of-dickens-journals-online-project/ for report.

 

22 June2012

JD. Letter to Guardian. ‘Thanks to all for a Dickens of a job.’ p. 37.

330 words

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23 June 2012

1.  I on Saturday, p. 19.  Adam Sherwin’s article on DJO.

290words

¼ page

2. The Independent. Adam Sherwin’s article on DJO.

180words

¼ page

3. Independent.co.uk. Adam Sherwin’s full article on DJO. 575words

 

Online:

http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/books/news/charles-dickens-experts-may-have-uncovered-fresh-works-after-completing-project-to-digitise-journals-7876554.html

Fb 38; Tw 32

24 June 2012

ABC Melbourne with Red Symons

Breakfast Show – follow-up interview about DJO. 4 mins.

 

25 June 2012

Guardian Online books

Charles Dickens identified as author of mystery article. Alison Flood article.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2012/jun/25/charles-dickens-identified-author-article

 

Online only. 890 words.

Fb 321; Tw152

 

Blog posts featuring DJO

1.http://londonist.com/2011/08/could-you-sub-edit-charles-dickens.php

2.http://cultura.elpais.com/cultura/2011/08/09/actualidad/1312840804_850215.html

3.http://culturaltalesoftwocities.blogspot.co.uk/2011/08/literature-dickens-journals-online.html

4.http://www.thehindu.com/arts/books/article2439132.ece

5.http://building19thcenturyireland.wordpress.com/2011/10/02/please-sir-i-want-some-more/

6.http://e-shootershill.co.uk/grinitch-and-owilige

7.http://www.rosiefiore.com/1/post/2012/02/sorting-out-that-dickens-blokes-writing.html

8.Dickens Blog (05/08/2011):

 http://dickensblog.typepad.com/dickensblog/2011/08/im-a-dickens-detective.html

 

 9.Beautiful Railway Bridge of the Silvery Tay (07/08/2011):

 http://beautifulrailwaybridgeofthesilverytay.wordpress.com/2011/08/07/charles-dickens-needs-you/

 

 10.The History Blog (13/08/2011):

 http://www.thehistoryblog.com/archives/12238

 

 11.Pootering (30/08/2011):

 http://pootering.wordpress.com/2011/08/30/charles-dickens-journals-online-at-last/

 

 12.Proof in the Pudding (05/10/2011:

http://theproofinthepudding.wordpress.com/2011/10/05/bringing-dickens-back/

 13.Ethos PR (21/12/2011):

 http://www.ethos-pr.com/blog/thank-dickens-it-s-christmas/

 

14.Bob’s Home for Writing (06/02/2012):

http://bobscotney.blogspot.co.uk/2012/02/charles-dickens-sunday-stamps.html

 

 15.Literary Minded (07/02/2012):

 http://literaryminded.wordpress.com/2012/02/07/happy-200th-birthday-charles-dickens/

 

 16.Dovegreyreader (07/02/2012):

 http://dovegreyreader.typepad.com/dovegreyreader_scribbles/2012/02/dickens-and-me.html

 

17.Sydney Publishing (27/05/2012):

http://blogs.usyd.edu.au/sydneypublishing/2011/05/charles_dickens_and_australia_1.html

 

18.The Bloomsbury Reader (11/12/2012)

http://bloomsburyreader.wordpress.com/2012/12/10/god-bless-us-every-one/

 

 19.  http://nicolebush.co.uk/2011/07/10/workshop-report-dickens-journals-online/

 20.  http://shakinspearians.wordpress.com/2014/07/08/dickens-goes-digital-2/ 

21. http://shakinspearians.wordpress.com/2014/07/09/digital-dickens-goes-forth/

 

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Contains seven scintillating contributions from the winners
of our Literary Journalism competition!

 

BBC World Service Interview

Link to BBC World Service
'Restless Shadow: Dickens the Campaigner'
--listen to the BBC World Service interview with DJO's John Drew, Exhibition
co-curator, and with actor and writer Simon Callow, as they help launch this summer's new Exhibition at the Charles Dickens Museum.

World Service

 

 

New Reading and Blogging Project: Charles Dickens's Great Expectations

Readalong

Following on from our successful A Tale of Two Cities and No Name reading and blogging projects, join us to read Dickens's Great Eexpectations week-by-week, as the novel's first readers did, in Dickens's journal All the Year Round. We'll follow this extraordinary tragi-comic grotesque-but-perfectly-proportioned coming-of-age classic through its regular short weekly instalments for 36 weeks. We start on Friday 1 December (to coincide with the original 1860 publication date) and we'll read our final instalment on the 3rd of August 2018. Participants can read the instalments in their magazine form via Dickens Journals Online and we'll share our responses in an online reading group/blog. You can also sign up to tweet each episode in character!

Click here to view the Great Expectations reading project blog 

Here is the link to the installments: http://www.djo.org.uk/indexes/authors/charles-dickens/great-expectations.html Remember not to read beyond the calendar date.

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