The 2002 Tolkien Society seminar took place on Saturday, 6 July in the library of Whitby Literary and Philosophical Society, Whitby Museum, Pannett Park, Whitby, North Yorkshire.
The following papers were presented:
|Dr Devin Brown||
Additions, Deletions, Expansions and Contractions: What is lost and what is gained in the BBC adaptation of The Lord of the Rings.
|Dr Saviour Catania||
Absent Presences in Liminal Places: Muranau's Nosferatu and the Otherworld of Stoker's Dracula.
|Christine Davidson and Alex Davidson||
The Essence of Events: Peter Jackson's Adaptation of The Fellowship of the Ring.
Fantasy and the lyric stage
The Confessions of an Ivanhoe extra: Insights from the TV production of Ivanhoe.
The Word, the Voice and the Light: Representations of Tolkien's World.
A very nice buffet lunch was provided by the local caterers "Platters". On Friday and Saturday evenings Innmoots were held at the Dolphin on Bridge Street.
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