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Jane Austen Summer Program: “Pride and Prejudice and its Afterlives”

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The Jane Austen Summer Program is delighted to announce its seventh annual symposium, Pride and Prejudiceand Its Afterlives.”The events will take place June 20-23, 2019 at the Hampton Inn & Suites in Carrboro, NC and at various locations on the University of North Carolina campus in Chapel Hill, NC. Participants will have the opportunity to hear a diverse group of speakers, including Soniah Kamal, Uzma Jalaluddin, and Sonali Dev, and to participate in discussion groups on Pride and Prejudiceand its many afterlives in fiction, film, and digital media. They will also partake in an English tea, dance at a Regency-style ball, attend Austen-inspired theatricals, and visit special exhibits and workshops tailored to the conference. The Jane Austen Summer Program is designed to appeal to established scholars, K-12 teachers, graduate students, undergraduate students, and Austen fans—anyone with a passion for all things Austen is welcome and encouraged to attend!

For more program information, to see comments and photos from previous programs, or to register, please visit the program’s website janeaustensummer.org or follow the program at facebook.com/janeaustensummer or via twitter, @JASPhotline. You may also contact us at janeaustensummer@unc.edu.

 

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