The Beatles’ The White Album: An International Symposium – November 8-11, 2018


Here’s a little something to put on your calendar to attend in November…The Beatles’ The White Album: An International Symposium to be held on November 8-11, 2018 at Monmouth University in West Long Branch, NJ. The keynote speaker will be Beatles historian and author Mark Lewisohn. Other speakers will include Geoff Emerick, Chris Thomas, Walter Everett, Bruce Spizer, and Tim Riley.  The conference them will be:  “Producing an Enigma for the Ages” .

If you plan to attend, on the first night of the conference (November 8th), be sure to buy tickets to see The Weeklings in concert. You may remember my review of their last album back in November 2016. If not, you can read more about them and their Beatlesque sound here.

Currently, host Kenneth Womack is still in the process of accepting abstracts for any Beatles experts and authors that wish to speak at this event, but the deadline is drawing near (August 20, 2018), so if you’re interested in presenting at this symposium, you can find the information about how to submit a paper for consideration at: https://www.monmouth.edu/mca/whitealbum/.

For all the Beatles fans and freaks that want to attend, keep your eyes and ears up for more information on tickets to this grand event!

https://www.monmouth.edu/mca/whitealbum/

See you there!

 

 

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One response to “The Beatles’ The White Album: An International Symposium – November 8-11, 2018

  1. hanspostcard

    That would be an amazing event to attend! Wish I could go!!

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