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June, 2021

Sunday
13
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Join us for a conversation about the clothing the people of the early 19th century wore for outings!
Thursday
17
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This year’s virtual Jane Austen Summer Program will explore “Jane Austen’s World,” focusing on the author through her letters and the acclaimed Claire Tomalin biography, “Jane Austen: A Life.” Open to scholars and Austen fans alike, the online symposium will feature four days of panels, small-group discussions, workshops (creative writing, turban-making and handwriting), theatricals, and more. Guests this year include Janine Barchas (“The Lost Books of Jane Austen”), Mary Robinette Kowal (the “Glamourist Histories” series), and Robert Morrison (“The Regency Years”), plus Soniah Kamal (“Unmarriageable”), Damianne Scott of the blog “Black Girl Loves Jane” and author Jasmine Stirling. Cost is $95 through April 1; $115 thereafter. You also have the option to purchase a Deluxe Regency Parcel, featuring goodies and materials for all workshops. Visit janeaustensummer.org to register.
Friday
18
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This year’s virtual Jane Austen Summer Program will explore “Jane Austen’s World,” focusing on the author through her letters and the acclaimed Claire Tomalin biography, “Jane Austen: A Life.” Open to scholars and Austen fans alike, the online symposium will feature four days of panels, small-group discussions, workshops (creative writing, turban-making and handwriting), theatricals, and more. Guests this year include Janine Barchas (“The Lost Books of Jane Austen”), Mary Robinette Kowal (the “Glamourist Histories” series), and Robert Morrison (“The Regency Years”), plus Soniah Kamal (“Unmarriageable”), Damianne Scott of the blog “Black Girl Loves Jane” and author Jasmine Stirling. Cost is $95 through April 1; $115 thereafter. You also have the option to purchase a Deluxe Regency Parcel, featuring goodies and materials for all workshops. Visit janeaustensummer.org to register.
Saturday
19
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This year’s virtual Jane Austen Summer Program will explore “Jane Austen’s World,” focusing on the author through her letters and the acclaimed Claire Tomalin biography, “Jane Austen: A Life.” Open to scholars and Austen fans alike, the online symposium will feature four days of panels, small-group discussions, workshops (creative writing, turban-making and handwriting), theatricals, and more. Guests this year include Janine Barchas (“The Lost Books of Jane Austen”), Mary Robinette Kowal (the “Glamourist Histories” series), and Robert Morrison (“The Regency Years”), plus Soniah Kamal (“Unmarriageable”), Damianne Scott of the blog “Black Girl Loves Jane” and author Jasmine Stirling. Cost is $95 through April 1; $115 thereafter. You also have the option to purchase a Deluxe Regency Parcel, featuring goodies and materials for all workshops. Visit janeaustensummer.org to register.
Sunday
20
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This year’s virtual Jane Austen Summer Program will explore “Jane Austen’s World,” focusing on the author through her letters and the acclaimed Claire Tomalin biography, “Jane Austen: A Life.” Open to scholars and Austen fans alike, the online symposium will feature four days of panels, small-group discussions, workshops (creative writing, turban-making and handwriting), theatricals, and more. Guests this year include Janine Barchas (“The Lost Books of Jane Austen”), Mary Robinette Kowal (the “Glamourist Histories” series), and Robert Morrison (“The Regency Years”), plus Soniah Kamal (“Unmarriageable”), Damianne Scott of the blog “Black Girl Loves Jane” and author Jasmine Stirling. Cost is $95 through April 1; $115 thereafter. You also have the option to purchase a Deluxe Regency Parcel, featuring goodies and materials for all workshops. Visit janeaustensummer.org to register.
Tuesday
29
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Come and discuss this easy-entry narrative of the Battle of Waterloo by the author of the Sharpe series, Bernard Cornwell.