Review of Lucy Worsley’s 12 Days of Tudor Christmas
Lucy Worsley is back with another peek into the Tudor World with her Lucy Worsley's 12 Days of Tudor Christmas.Read more.
Sanditon, Bridgerton, and David Copperfield: Modernizing the Representation of Black People in Eighteenth and Nineteenth-Century England
The NY Metro Region was fortunate to have noted Prof. Gretchen Holbrook Gerzina speak at our February 8 meeting, whichRead more.
Ice Breaker for the September 26 JASNA NY Metro Regional Meeting
Jane Austen wrote some memorable opening lines. We invite you to write an opening line or lines — no moreRead more.
WHO WORE WHAT, WHERE, AND WHEN by Alden O’Brien for the NY Region of the Jane Austen Society 9/26/20Read more.
Juvenalia Movie Night
A small group of Juvenilian’s gathered the Monday after the AGM weekend to watch Pride and Prejudice (2005) togetherRead more.
Jane Austen at Prinny’s Palace
I listened and watched both parts of this work in progress. I enjoyed Part One much more than Part Two.Read more.
December Regional Meeting
“Writing the Regency: Jane Austen and the ‘Strange Business’ in America” was the theme of our Regional Meeting on Saturday, December 14Read more.
Lizzy Bennet Boozy Tea
On Saturday, February 8th, Janeites gathered at The Storyteller’s Cottage in Simsbury, CT for Lizzy Bennet’s Boozy Tea. Guests wereRead more.
Emma. Movie Review
When Jane Austen introduced Emma Woodhouse, the eponymous title character in her 1816 novel Emma, she wrote the following: “I am going to takeRead more.
Persuasion Reading at King Manor
On the first two Saturday afternoons in February, local Janeites gathered at historic King Manor in Jamaica, to read aloud from JaneRead more.