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Prejudices on the Side of Ancestry: Revisting Jane Austen's Fame Through Family Ties

"Prejudices on the Side of Ancestry: Revisiting Jane Austen’s Fame Through Family Ties," will be presented by Professor Devoney Looser, Arizona State University.

Professor Looser is participating in the Family Ties Symposium, held at the University of Otago 12-14 February 2017.

This free public event is one of three made available as part of the symposium. Please see the events details for two other talks "The Inescapable Brontë Family: Catherine Earnshaw’s Japanese Girlhood" by Prof Judith Pascoe (Sunday 12 Feb), and "Global Romantics: How the Porter Family Shaped Nineteenth-Century Art and Literature" Dr Thomas McLean and Dr Ruth Knezevich (Tuesday 14 Feb).

Date Monday, 13 February 2017
Time 5:30pm - 6:45pm
Audience Public
Event Category Humanities
Event Type Symposium
Public Lecture
DepartmentEnglish and Linguistics
LocationBurns 2 Lecture Theatre, Arts Building
Contact NameDr Tom McLean
Contact Phone64 3 479 8635

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