Event Title

New Undergraduate Research on Jane Austen

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Location

Schuster Hall

Start Date

10-11-2013 8:30 AM

End Date

10-11-2013 9:45 AM

Description

In this session Wright State University Undergraduates presented the following papers:

  • “‘Practise Very Constantly:’ The Politics of Accomplishment in Pride and Prejudice” - Katie Mullins
  • “Order in the Courtship: 200 Years of Assigning Meaning to the Courtship Practices in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice" - Tori Lane
  • “Dreaming of War: The Culture of War as Entertainment in Pride and Prejudice” - Heather Weis

At the end of the presentations the students answered questions from the audience.


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Oct 11th, 8:30 AM Oct 11th, 9:45 AM

New Undergraduate Research on Jane Austen

Schuster Hall

In this session Wright State University Undergraduates presented the following papers:

  • “‘Practise Very Constantly:’ The Politics of Accomplishment in Pride and Prejudice” - Katie Mullins
  • “Order in the Courtship: 200 Years of Assigning Meaning to the Courtship Practices in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice" - Tori Lane
  • “Dreaming of War: The Culture of War as Entertainment in Pride and Prejudice” - Heather Weis

At the end of the presentations the students answered questions from the audience.