Please see links below for society officers and Dickens sites of interest.
• A Virtual Exhibit of 2012 Dickens and Massachusetts: A Tale of Power and Transformation (project contributors included several Dickens Society members and officers: Diana C. Archibald, Joel J. Brattin, Natalie McKnight, and Lillian Nayder).
• Charles Dickens Virtual Walking Tour of Lowell, MA (digital humanities project by Dickens Society officer, Diana Archibald).
• UC Santa Cruz’s Dickens Project offers online bibliographies, articles, and an exceptionally helpful page for teacher resources.
• Worcester Polytechnic Institute’s Project Boz (includes scanned original numbers of several Dickens novels, some with searchable PDFs (led by Dickens Society member, Joel J. Brattin).
• The Dickens Page. A collection of useful links.
• John Forster’s Life of Charles Dickens, published a few years after the author’s death in 1870, is available through the Japan Chapter of the Dickens Fellowship.
• Discovering Dickens (Stanford University site, where readers can download Great Expectations, A Tale of Two Cities, or Hard Times in the original numbers, with notes and commentary.
• Dickens in Context (The British Library’s site explores a range of Dickensian themes such as poverty and wealth, childhood, prisons, and industrialisation).
• WGBH’s Masterpiece Theater “Tales of Charles Dickens.” A site that focuses on four Dickens novels: Oliver Twist, David Copperfield, Little Dorrit, and The Old Curiosity Shop.
• The Tales of Charles Dickens, PBS.
• The New York Public Library offers an illustrated presentation on Charles Dickens: The Life of the Author by Kenneth Benson.
61 Wilder Street, Room 477, Lowell, MA 01854, USA
Email: Diana_Archibald [at] uml.edu