Academic journal article Dickens Quarterly

The Thirty-Eighth Annual Dickens Society Business Meeting

Academic journal article Dickens Quarterly

The Thirty-Eighth Annual Dickens Society Business Meeting

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Hotel Du Fort, Montreal, Canada 18 August 2007

The thirty-eighth annual Dickens Society Business Meeting was called to order by Secretary/Treasurer Robert Heaman on Saturday 18 August 2007 at 5 PM in the Maisonneuve Room, Hotel Du Fort, Montreal, Canada .

The following were presented for Society offices in 2006, replacing those whose terms expire at the end of 2007:

President: John Bowen (York University)

Vice-President: Robert Tracy (University of California, Berkeley)

Upon a motion by Joel J. Brattin and a second by Natalie McKnight, the candidates were unanimously approved.

The following were nominated to serve three-year terms as trustees:

Lisa Rodensky, Lyn Pykett, Michael Allen, and Danny Siegel

Upon a motion by Duanne DeVries and a second by Bert Hornback, the candidates were unanimously approved. These trustees will replace Rosemarie Bodenheimer (Boston College), Natalie Cole (Oakland University), Wendy Jacobson (Rhodes University), and Jeremy Tambling (Manchester University), whose terms expire at the end of 2007.

Upon a motion by Bert Hornback and a second by Natalie Cole, the Society unanimously authorized a gift of $400 to support the garden appeal for the Charles Dickens Museum.

Upon a motion by Nancy Metz and a second by Elizabeth Bridgham the Society unanimously approved a stipend to the Dickens Journal Online of $500.

The Thirteenth Annual Dickens Symposium will be hosted by David Parker at Kingston University in London, England, 17-20 July 2008.

The Fourteenth Annual Dickens Symposium will be hosted by Elizabeth Bridgham at Providence College, Rhode Island, 2009.

The Fifteenth Annual Dickens Symposium will be hosted by Nathalie Vanfasse, Marie-Amelie Coste, and Christine Huguet at Aix-en-Provence, mid-June 2010.

The Sixteenth Annual Dickens Symposium will be hosted by Meg and Mark Cronin at St. Anselm's College, Manchester, New Hampshire, 2011.

The Seventeenth Annual Dickens Symposium, celebrating the 200th anniversary of the birth of Charles Dickens, will be hosted by Malcolm Andrews at the University of Kent, Canterbury, England, 14-16 September 2012. …

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