LEt's Talk Jane Austen And the History of Strong Women.
Join Me at these Upcoming events.
The Making of Jane Austen, and Other Lecture-Fun with Devoney
5 March 2021: ASU Grad College Workshop, Creating a Public Scholarly Identity. (Registration free but required.)
18 March 2021: Conversation with Prof. Anna Battigelli on Public Humanities (SUNY Plattsburgh) (Registration free but required.)
8-10 April 2021: Workshops and Talk at the Las Vegas Writers Conference (Registration $99/$149).
16 April 2021, TBA, University of Missouri English Department (virtual).
27 April 2021: The Making of Jane Austen at "Mining Books," University of Texas-El Paso.
2 May 2021: The Making of Jane Austen at JASNA Denver-Boulder Book Club.
18 May 2021: “Slavery, Anti-Slavery, and the Austen Family,” Jane Austen & Co, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill.
24-25 September 2021: Celebrating Hester Thrale Piozzi (1741–1821), William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, Los Angeles, CA.
15-17 October 2021: "Jane Austen and the Arts," Jane Austen Society of North America Annual General Meeting, Chicago, IL.
Thanks to those of you I had a chance to connect with at these past events!
14 November 2020: Northanger Abbey prerecorded lecture and virtual Q&A (JASNA New Jersey)
7 November 2020: "Pride and Prejudice and Zoom" Festival (Glendale Public Library)
16 August 2020: Invited Lecture / Special Guest: Emma Readathon, Sun and Moon Theatre, Exeter, England, (at 4:18 mark).
15 August 2020: Moderator, “A Celebration of Jane Austen,” by St. Martin’s Press, Henry Holt, and Farrar, Straus & Giroux, with Natalie Jenner, Janice Hadlow, Rachel Cohen, and Lucy Worsley,
27 June 2020: Invited Video Lecture Virtual Q&A: “The Words and Wisdom of Northanger Abbey,” Jane Austen Society of North America, Eastern Pennsylvania Region, .
16 May 2020: Invited Video Lecture and Virtual Q&A: “All the Janes: Austen, West, and Porter,” Chawton House Lockdown Literary Festival, 16 May 2020.
9 May 2020: Invited Virtual Lecture, “Working Titles: Understanding Jane Austen from First Impressions to ‘The Voluble Lady,’” London Meet Up Jane Austen Group.
23 March 2020: Invited Video Lecture and Virtual Q&A, “The Afterlife of Emma on Stage,” Virtual JaneCon.
7-9 February 2020: Featured Lecture, Mount Dora Jane Austen Fest, Mount Dora, FL, .
11 January 2020: Workshop: Public Engagement: Academics Writing in Public (with Sarah Churchwell), Modern Language Association Convention, Seattle, WA.
7 December 2019: "What's Next for Jane Austen?" Event, Jane Austen Society of North America, Southwest Region
4 November 2019: Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, ASU, Scottsdale (registration fee required)
31 October 2019: "Jane Austen's Nineteeth-Century Afterlives," Joseph S. Schick Lecture, Indiana State University, Terre Haute, IN.
4-6 October 2019: “The Words and Wisdom of Northanger Abbey,” Jane Austen Society of North America, Williamsburg, VA
21 September 2019: "The Afterlives of Sense and Sensibility," Jane Austen Society of Northern California
12-13 September 2019: British Academy: Narratives of Old Age and Gender
23 July 2019: Keynote at "Narratives of Ageing in the Nineteenth Century" Conference at the University of Lincoln
17 July 2019: "Ageing in Public: Seeing Women Writers Across the Life Course," University of Lincoln, Lincoln Institute for Advanced Studies
16 April 2019: Desert Foothills Library, Cave Creek, AZ
5-6 February 2019: Minneapolis, MN: Augsburg University
30 January 2019: Tempe, AZ: ASU Book Group
3-6 January 2019: Chicago, IL: Modern Language Association Events
The Making of Jane Austen at Humanities in Five, Friday, January 4th, 5:15 p.m., Session 380, Hyatt Regency - Grand Ballroom A
Book Signing, Penguin Deluxe Classics Edition of Sense and Sensibility, Saturday, Jan. 5th, 4:30 p.m., Book Exhibit
15 December 2018: St. Paul/Minneapolis, MN. JASNA-Minnesota
8 December 2018: Boise, ID: JASNA-Idaho. See the story in the Boise Weekly
5 December 2018: Scottsdale, AZ: Scottsdale Public Library
9 November 2018: Waco, TX: Baylor University
5 November 2018: ASU fOsher Lifelong Learning Institute, Maravilla Campus
1-2 November 2018: Lexington, VA: Washington & Lee University
23 October 2018: Winston-Salem, NC: Wake Forest University
11 October 2018: Rexburg, ID: BYU-Idaho
28 July 2018: Skype visit with JASNA-Central California
6 July 2018: Phoenix, AZ: Nerd Nite at the Phoenix Art Museum
4 May 2018: Chicago, IL: JASNA-Greater Chicago
3 May 2018: St. Paul, MN: University of St. Thomas
23 April 2018: Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University, Friends of the Library
22 April 2018: New York City, 92nd St Y
14 April 2018: New York City, JASNA-NY Event
27 March 2018: Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto
24 March 2018: Orlando, FL: American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (Public Intellectual roundtable)
11-15 March 2018: Bogotá, Colombia: Universidad de los Andes (Persuasion Symposium)
12 February 2018: Hartford, CT, Trinity College
30 January 2018: Las Vegas, NV, UNLV University Forum
29 November 2017, Stevenson, MD, Stevenson University
17 November 2017: Charlottesville, VA: Participating in the Book Traces symposium
5 November 2017: Phoenix, AZ. JASNA-Greater Phoenix. Contact JASNAPhx@gmail.com
27 October 2017: El Paso, TX: International Conference on Romanticism.1 August 2017: St. Paul, MN: Common Good Books
11 October 2017: Des Moines, IA, Drake University11 August 2017: Ottawa, Canada: North American Society for the Study of Romanticism
7 October 2017: Huntington Beach, CA: The Jane Austen Society of North America Annual General Meeting
22 September 2017: Bethlehem, PA: Lehigh University, Jane Austen at 200 Symposium
7 September 2017: Athens, Georgia: University of Georgia
4 September 2017: Decatur, Georgia, Decatur Book Festival
15 August 2017: Scottsdale, AZ: Spirit of the Senses Salon
25 July 2017: Sydney, Australia: University of New South Wales
20 July 2017: Sydney, Australia: University of Sydney / Sydney Ideas
18 July 2017: Canberra, Australia: National Library of Australia / ANU Humanities Research Centre
13 July 2017: Adelaide, Australia: Immortal Austen Conference
29 June 2017: New York City: New York Public Library, Mid-Manhattan