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714. Teaching Jane Austen in Emerging Contexts

Sunday, 6 January, 10:15–11:30 a.m., Gardner, Sheraton

A special session

Presiding: Devoney Looser, Univ. of Missouri, Columbia

Speakers: Eric M. Eisner, George Mason Univ.; Emily Friedman, Auburn Univ., Auburn; Beth Lau, California State Univ., Long Beach; Michelle Nancy Levy, Simon Fraser Univ., Burnaby; Donna S. Parsons, Univ. of Iowa; Meghan Rosing, Lehigh Univ.; Juliette C. Wells, Manhattanville Coll.

Session Description:

Participants consider Jane Austen in emerging contexts, including Gothic literature, book publishing, Romantic poets, Harry Potter, pop cultural Austens, children's literature, and digital environments. Discussion will consider new classroom challenges, particularly in single-author courses, where students may misperceive her circumstances and the scope of her writings.


Subject:

  • British Literature – Late Eighteenth Century

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