Some Returning Speakers
We are very excited to be welcoming new and returning delegates to the fourth international Agatha Christie conference.
Here is a reminder of some great speakers who will be returning for the 2017 conference. Thank you to Tina Hodgkinson who runs Guided Walks in London for the photography. You can follow Tina on Twitter at @gwinlondon.
Internationally best-selling novelist Sophie Hannah, a popular keynote in 2015 and 2016, has special involvement in the 2017 conference. @SophieHannahCB1
Stuart Barnett (Central Connecticut State University) will give his third paper in 2017. Dr Barnett will treat us to a cultural history of And Then There Were None. @ChristieClass
Sarah Martin (University of Chester) made us see space from a whole new angle in 2016. In 2017, she's guiding us through time, space, and detection. @ASpaceOfOnesOwn
Andrew Wilson, biographer and novelist, treated us to an exclusive extract from his new Agatha Christie novel, A Talent for Murder, in 2016. We can't wait to find out more. @AndrewWilsonAW
Michelle Kazmer (Florida State University) has become a conference regular, always offering a fresh angle (or two!) on information and knowledge. This year Prof. Kazmer helps us 'Run and find out: Agatha Christie and the imposed query'. @MichelleKazmer
Other returning speakers include Merja Makinen (keynote), Brittain Bright, Tina Hodgkinson, Alison Joseph, and Rebecca Mills.
We're also looking forward to hearing from Julius Green (keynote), Ahmet Atay, Jamie Bowman, Catherine Brobeck & Kemper Donovan, Charlotte Charteris, Mohammad Shahidul Islam Chowdhury, Audrey Cooper & Emma Lilley, Federica Crescentini, Roger Dalrymple, Caroline Derry, Katerina Flint-Nicol, Stewart King, Lies Lanckman,Tamar Jeffers McDonald, Jennifer Palmer, Fiona Peters, Tito Prates, Fern Pullan, Dwipayan Dutta Roy, Sophie Smith, and Rebecca Stewart.