Dr. Henry S. Tanner was born in Tunbridge Wells in England in 1831, but in 1848, aged 17, he migrated and 5 years later he became a student at Eclectic Medicine School in Cincinnati Ohio, where he was taught that humans could not survive longer than ten days without food. He studied here with his […]
Registration has now opened for ‘The Mystery of Edwin Drood: Solutions and Resolutions’ To celebrate the official launch of The Drood Inquiry (www.droodinquiry.com), this one-day conference will explore the mysterious world of Drood and its solutions. conference on 20 September at Senate House, London: tickets can be purchased here Draft Programme09.30-10.00Registration10.00-10.45Introduction: The Heritage of Edwin Drood(Chair: […]
1. The British Library in London on Friday, 27th June 2014. 2. Liverpool John Moores University on Friday, 4th July 2014. If you would like to attend either event please email firstname.lastname@example.org Download Programme British Library Event
The programme is now available for our forthcoming conference on the 20 September 2014 to celebrate the full launch of The Drood Inquiry. The Mystery of Edwin Drood We will release registration details in due course, but for now, please save the date!
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