George Eliot Review Online
Beverley Rilett and her team at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln are working on the digitisation of all the back numbers of The George Eliot Fellowship Review and the George Eliot Review published since 1970. It will provide a superb selection of articles, essays and reviews which have hitherto been difficult to access, particularly the earlier editions. The Fellowship is delighted to be working with Beverley and her team to make this happen.
George Eliot Archive Online
Following on from the success of their work on digitizing the George Eliot Review, Beverley Rilett and her team at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln have now digitized all of George Eliot's writings: the standard "Cabinet Edition" of her novels and short stories, her complete poetry, her translations and all her non-fiction essays. Visitors to this site will also be able to access hundreds of documents pertaining to George Eliot.
The Chilvers Coton Heritage Centre
The Chilvers Coton Free School was founded around 1735 by Lady Elizabeth Newdigate, wife of Sir Richard Newdigate. In 1954 the school closed and the Borough Council intended to demolish it. But a spirited group of conservationists persuaded the Council to lease them the building on a peppercorn rent. The building was renamed the Chilvers Coton Centre in 1988, but is commonly known as the Heritage Centre.
Novels That Shaped Our World, episode 1. First shown Saturday 9th November 2019, BBC2
Arena - Everything is connected - George Eliot's Life. First shown sunday 10th November 2019, BBC4