Upcoming Events

Life in the Regency

A Study Day with Four Outstanding Speakers

Saturday, April 27, 2019

American University Library, Room 150

Free program but you must make a reservation. Space is limited.

SCHEDULE

10:00-10:30 am Tea/coffee

10:30 am Presentation
Millenarians, Methodists, and Muggletonians: Religion in Jane Austen’s England
Anthony Batterton, Regional Coordinator, JASNA, Southeast Virginia

11:30 am Presentation
Freedom and Identity: Servant Life in the Time of Jane Austen
Janet Mullany, Author and Communications Coordinator,
JASNA DC Metropolitan

12:30 am Lunch and Williamsburg AGM Information

1:30 pm Presentation
Ivory and Canvas: Naval Miniature Portraiture in Jane Austen’s Persuasion
Moriah Webster, Public Humanities Scholar

2:30 pm Presentation
Polite Society, Political Society:  Dance and Female Power in Jane Austen’s World
Amy Stallings, Ph.D, Coordinator, 2019 AGM, Williamsburg, Virginia

Space is limited to forty participants.
To reserve a seat:
Contact JASNA-DC with the subject line Study Day Reservation. $15.00 box lunches are available to participants. Please ask about how to order using Paypal.

Questions? Contact JASNA-DC

Welcome to the Washington, DC region of the Jane Austen Society of America (JASNA), a nonprofit organization dedicated to the appreciation and enjoyment of the works of English writer Jane Austen (1775-1817).