The 150th Anniversary

of

Alice's Adventures
in Wonderland

 

2015 sees the 150th anniversary of one of the world's most loved books and celebrations are taking place in museums, theatres, libraries, schools, parks and numerous other venues in many countries.

The Lewis Carroll Society has an exciting programme of events running throughout the year. All are welcome to take part and details of our next meetings are given below.

 

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Next LCS meeting - 21 March 2015

RUSKIN AND CARROLL: TWO OXFORD LIVES IN PARALLEL

This unique event, in the special anniversary year of the 150th anniversary of the publication of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, celebrates the lives of these two Victorian luminaries, and their Oxford circle. Our study day offers fascinating new insights into both of these authors, examining their similarities and differences.

Speakers include Brian Sibley (broadcaster and author) on Lewis Carroll and Oxford; Professor Dinah Birch (University of Liverpool) on John Ruskin and Oxford; Professor Lindsay Smith (University of Sussex) on Ruskin, Carroll and the Liddells.

Duration: 10:30 to 16:00 approx. Fees: £25, lunch included (please confirm that you would like lunch when booking).
Venue: Art Workers' Guild, 6 Queen Square, London.

To register send a cheque (payable to The Lewis Carroll Society) to
Bob Cole, LCS Treasurer, 6 Chilton Street, London, E2 6DZ

Or Click Here to Reserve a Place and pay by PayPal

 

Subsequent meetings: 10 April (Jenny Woolf on Lewis Carroll and Spiritualism)
and 9 May (Alice and Fashion conference and the V&A Museum of Childhood)
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About The Lewis Carroll Society

The Lewis Carroll Society was formed in 1969 with the aim of encouraging research into the life and works of Lewis Carroll (Charles Lutwidge Dodgson). The Society has members around the world, including many leading libraries and institutions, authors, researchers and many who simply enjoy Carroll's books and want to find out more about the man and his work. Why not join the LCS - for your own interest and entertainment or to make a contribution to Carroll scholarship? Our subscriptions are remarkably low for a society of this nature. Click Here for Membership Details

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