In this short snippet, Prof. Jon Mee from the University of Warwick talks about the Celebrating Dickens Project that he and his colleagues have been working on, which includes a mobile phone app, a series of podcasts and a 45 minute documentary.
apps, Celebrating Dickens, documentary, podcast, Prof. Jon Mee, University of Warwick
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#1 by Kylie Mirmohamadi on March 8, 2012 - 9:31 pm
One of the most striking things about Dickens for me is the way he is constantly being re-invented and re-experienced – through postcolonial readings and neo-Victorian fiction for example. And also through and by changing technologies: websites, this online conference, the University of Warwick project, apps, screen adaptations, audio books (Matthew Rubery has written very insightfully about this). Dickens, I figure, would be thrilled, not only with the exposure, but precisely because of his commitment to movement and his great energy.
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