Our next program — “Pride and Prejudice and Its Afterlives” — is June 20-23, 2019. Please check back later in the year for more information.
Our 2018 program — “Northanger Abbey & Frankensten: 200 Years of Horror” — has concluded. Here is a recap of this year’s JASP.
Our 4-day symposium focuses on one of Austen’s works each summer. The Jane Austen Summer Program is designed to appeal to established scholars, high school teachers, graduate students, undergraduate students, and anyone with a passion for all things Austen.
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WHAT PAST ATTENDEES HAVE SAID:
- “JASP is one of the highlights of my year.”
- “All the professors I met were so friendly and welcoming, so I never felt intimidated talking with such impressive scholars.”
- “I have already told most of my friends to mark their calendars for next year.”
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During this year’s Jane Austen Summer Program, co-founder Inger Brodey and volunteer Jennifer Abella sat down with the “Your Biggest FanGirl Podcast” to talk about Jane Austen fandom and JASP.
The episode is available to listen to on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher, TuneIn, Podomatic, and the YBFGP website. Check it out!
If you missed our 2018 Jane Austen Summer Program, click on the links below for recaps of each day. Later in the summer we’ll post videos and handouts from our context talks. And if you attended, make sure to fill out the survey! Respond by July 17 and you could win signed copies of books by speakers John Kessel (“Pride and Prometheus”) and Ted Scheinman (“Camp Austen”).
Stay tuned in the fall for more info about next year’s program!
Did you attend JASP last week? We want to hear your thoughts. Please take a moment to fill out our survey by July 17. One lucky respondent will receive signed copies of John Kessel’s “Pride and Prometheus” and Ted Scheinman’s “Camp Austen: My Life as an Accidental Jane Austen Superfan.”
And stay tuned in the fall for more information about next year’s program: “Pride and Prejudice and Its Afterlives,” June 20-23, 2019!