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"Beauty Sleeping in the Lap of Horror": Searching for the Sublime in Regency Culture
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"'Beauty Sleeping in the Lap of Horror': Searching for the Sublime in Regency Culture" was first presented at the Jane Austen Summer Program of 2018, entitled "Northanger Abbey and Frankenstein: 200 Years of Horror." Anne Fertig provides an overview of the popular concept of the sublime and explores how Gothic novelists incorporated it into their writings.

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British Literature
English Language Arts
Literature
Reading Literature
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Jane Austen Summer Program
Author:
Anne Fertig
Date Added:
06/18/2020
"Do Not Imagine that I Often Read Novels": Or, Dangerous Fiction and the Regency Reader
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"'Do Not Imagine that I Often Read Novels': Or, Dangerous Fiction and the Regency Reader" was first presented at the Jane Austen Summer Program of 2018, entitled "Northanger Abbey and Frankenstein: 200 Years of Horror." Rachael Isom introduces popular understandings and criticisms of the novel in Austen's time.

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British Literature
English Language Arts
Literature
Reading Literature
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Jane Austen Summer Program
Author:
Rachael Isom
Date Added:
06/18/2020
Eighteenth-Century Masquerades and the People Who Hated Them
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"Eighteenth-Century Masquerades and the People Who Hated Them" was first presented at the Jane Austen Summer Program of 2018, entitled "Northanger Abbey and Frankenstein: 200 Years of Horror." Allison Palisoul provides a short history of the masquerade ball and explores its connection to the Gothic novel.

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British Literature
English Language Arts
Literature
Reading Literature
World Cultures
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Jane Austen Summer Program
Author:
Allison Palisoul
Date Added:
06/18/2020
Entailment 101
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"Entailment 101" was first presented at the Jane Austen Summer Program of 2019, entitled "Pride and Prejudice and Its Afterlives." Eric Bontempo explores the structure of financial inheritance that greatly affects the lives of the Bennet sisters.

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Arts and Humanities
British Literature
English Language Arts
Law
Legal History
Literature
Reading Literature
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Jane Austen Summer Program
Author:
Eric Bontempo
Date Added:
06/19/2020
Free Indirect Discourse in Jane Austen's Emma
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Free Indirect Discourse in Emma was first presented at the Jane Austen Summer Program of 2015, entitled "Emma at 200." In this presentation, Bridget Donnelly explores Austen's signature narrative style.

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Arts and Humanities
British Literature
Composition and Rhetoric
English Language Arts
Literature
Reading Literature
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Jane Austen Summer Program
Author:
Bridget Donnelly
Date Added:
06/15/2020
Gypsies, Farmers, Governesses, and Orphans: Class Status in Emma
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"Gypsies, Farmers, Governesses, and Orphans: Class Status in Emma" was first presented at the Jane Austen Summer Program of 2015, entitled "Emma at 200." Suzanna Geiser provides historical context to the characters' keen interest in social status.

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Arts and Humanities
British Literature
English Language Arts
Literature
Reading Literature
Social Science
Sociology
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Lecture
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Provider:
Jane Austen Summer Program
Author:
Suzanna Geiser
Date Added:
06/15/2020
The Militia Comes to Meryton: Quartering Troops in Austen's Time
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"The Militia Comes to Meryton: Quartering Troops in Austen's Time" was first presented at the Jane Austen Summer Program of 2019, entitled "Pride and Prejudice and Its Adaptations." Leslie Rowen explores the Regency military and its effects on smaller communities.

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Arts and Humanities
British Literature
English Language Arts
Literature
Political Science
Reading Literature
Social Science
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Jane Austen Summer Program
Author:
Leslie Rowen
Date Added:
06/19/2020
The (Mis)fortune of Poetry: Romantic Poetry in Persuasion
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"The (Mis)Fortune of Poetry: Romantic Poetry in Persuasion" was first presented at the Jane Austen Summer Program of 2017, entitled "Persuasion at 200." Taras Mikhailiuk provides an overview of Romantic poetry and explores how the values of this genre are represented in Austen's novel.

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Arts and Humanities
British Literature
English Language Arts
Literature
Reading Literature
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Jane Austen Summer Program
Author:
Taras Mikhailiuk
Date Added:
06/17/2020
Mourning and Portraiture
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"Mourning and Portraiture" was first presented at the Jane Austen Summer Program of 2017, entitled "Persuasion at 200." Rae Yan provides context on mourning culture and miniature painting to provide insight into Austen's characters.

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Art History
Arts and Humanities
British Literature
English Language Arts
Literature
Reading Literature
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Author:
Rae Yan
Date Added:
06/17/2020
Ordination and Livings in the Church of England
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"Ordinations and Livings in the Church of England" was first presented at the Jane Austen Summer Program of 2016, entitled "Mansfield Park and Its Afterlives." Ashley J. King provides an explanation of what religious livings and ordinations involved during Austen's time.

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Arts and Humanities
British Literature
English Language Arts
Literature
Reading Literature
Religious Studies
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Provider:
Jane Austen Summer Program
Author:
Ashley King
Date Added:
06/16/2020
Parental Authority and Its Legal Limits
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"Parental Authority and Its Legal Limits" was first presented at the Jane Austen Summer Program of 2017, entitled "Persuasion at 200." Suzanna Geiser provides social and legal context for Austen's portrayal of various family structures in Persuasion.

Subject:
Arts and Humanities
British Literature
English Language Arts
Law
Legal History
Literature
Reading Literature
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Provider:
Jane Austen Summer Program
Author:
Suzanna Geiser
Date Added:
06/17/2020
Pugs in Art
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"Pugs in Art" was first presented at the Jane Austen Summer Program of 2016, entitled "Mansfield Park and Its Afterlives." Rae Yan explores the symbolic meanings and historical popularity of the pug, the constant companion of Lady Maria Bertram throughout Mansfield Park.

Subject:
Art History
Arts and Humanities
British Literature
English Language Arts
Literature
Reading Literature
Material Type:
Lecture
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Provider:
Jane Austen Summer Program
Author:
Rae Yan
Date Added:
06/16/2020
"Remember...the Age in Which We Live": Science, Technology, and Regency Society
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"'Remember...the Age in Which We Live': Science, Technology, and Regency Society" was first presented at the Jane Austen Summer Program of 2018, entitled "Northanger Abbey and Frankenstein: 200 Years of Horror." Elizabeth Shand explores scientific knowledge advancements that transformed society during the Regency era.

Subject:
Arts and Humanities
Atmospheric Science
Biology
British Literature
English Language Arts
Life Science
Literature
Physical Science
Reading Literature
Material Type:
Lecture
Lecture Notes
Provider:
Jane Austen Summer Program
Author:
Liz Shand
Date Added:
06/18/2020
Riddles and Games in Jane Austen's Emma
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"Riddles and Games in Jane Austen's Emma" was first presented at the Jane Austen Summer Program of 2015, entitled "Emma at 200." Adam McCune provides a historical overview of the card and word games that the characters play throughout the novel and connects them to social maneuvers of the same characters.

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Arts and Humanities
British Literature
English Language Arts
Literature
Reading Literature
World Cultures
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Lecture
Lecture Notes
Provider:
Jane Austen Summer Program
Author:
Adam McCune
Date Added:
06/15/2020
"Sisters, Sisters": Historical Context for Sororal Relationships in Pride and Prejudice
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"'Sisters, Sisters': Historical Context for Sororal Relationships in Pride and Prejudice" was first presented at the Jane Austen Summer program of 2019, entitled "Pride and Prejudice and Its Afterlives." Emily Sferra explores a multitude of sisterly relationships in Austen's life and the public sphere to shed light upon Austen's depiction of the Bennet sisters.

Subject:
Arts and Humanities
British Literature
English Language Arts
Gender Studies
Literature
Reading Literature
Social Science
Material Type:
Lecture
Lecture Notes
Provider:
Jane Austen Summer Program
Author:
Emily Sferra
Date Added:
06/19/2020