Kresge Library

Dickens Society Symposium

From October 10-12, Oakland University will host scholars from around the world for the Eighth Annual Dickens Symposium at Meadow Brook Hall. This event is sponsored by the Department of English. Scholars will present papers on a variety of topics related to Charles Dickens and his novels (schedule of presentations). The Symposium is open to the public. Attendees must pay a fee of $60 registration fee ($35 for students and seniors), and the fee includes lunch on Saturday. There are several other events taking place at Oakland Univeristy that have been scheduled to coincide with and complement the Symposium, including: on Friday, October 10, at Meadow Brook Art Gallery, the opening of an exhibition of 19th century photographs of London and on Saturday, October 11, in Meadow Brook Hall's Christopher Wren dining room, the Dickens Society Dinner, followed by a performance of Great Expectations by Oakland University's Music, Theatre and Dance Department.

If you have any questions, please contact Professor Natalie Cole ( at (248) 370-2539 or (248) 370-2270.

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Created on 12/12/06 by 10/09/03 by Robert Slater and Julie Voelck / Last updated on 3/7/18 by Robert Slater
Oakland University

Oakland University, Kresge Library
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