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Library Sessions

Zoom Lectures

Readings and Author Q&As

I just wanted to thank you for making all of the Jane Austen & Co. sessions available on YouTube. Recently, I haven’t been able to attend the live events, but I’ve caught them on YouTube. All of the presentations have been fascinating, and this series has done a lot to make the pandemic lockdown more bearable!

Testimony from "Staying Home with Jane Austen" Zoom series

March 16, 2021

FREE ZOOM EVENT
"Wedgwood, Abolition, and the Female Consumer"
Tuesday, March 16 at 5 pm ET

In this talk, Professor Patricia A. Matthew (Montclair State University) will discuss the links between the abolition movement, sugar, and the depiction of Black women in the Regency period.

March 25, 2021

FREE ZOOM EVENT

"Representations of Race in Bridgerton and the Regency"

Thursday, March 25 at 5 pm ET

In this talk, Professor Robert Morrison (Queen's University) will explore some of the most important Black women and men of the Regency era, as well as the ways in which Bridgerton both illuminates and ignores their lives.

Future Events

FREE ZOOM SERIES

Race and the Regency

Our free Zoom series "Race and the Regency" will continue throughout May 2021. Watch this space or follow us on Facebook to learn when new events are announced!

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