JASNA-Vermont ~ June 3, 2012 ~ Rachel Brownstein on Why Jane Austen?

You are Cordially Invited to JASNA-Vermont’s June Meeting 

~ ‘Why Jane Austen?’ ~


Rachel Brownstein* 

What do we want from Jane Austen? ~
Why do we want it? ~
and What do we get from the movies, the fan fiction,
and the Novels? 

Sunday, 3 June 2012, 2 – 4 p.m. 

 Champlain College, Hauke Conference Center
375 Maple St Burlington VT 

~Free & Open to the Public~
 ~Light refreshments served~ 

For more information:   JASNAVermont@gmail.com  
Please visit our blog at: http://JaneAustenInVermont.wordpress.com

the June 3 2012 flyer: share with your friends!


*We are honored to welcome Professor Rachel Brownstein, author of Becoming a Heroine (1982), Tragic Muse: Rachel of the Comedie-Francaise (1993), and Why Jane Austen? (2011). Films, feminism, and popular fetishes are among the subjects of her new work,  an engaging treasure-filled meditation on Jane Austen as writer, woman, social commentator, and 21st-century icon. But most of all it is about reading, which Brownstein has been encouraging people to do, at Brooklyn College and the Graduate School of CUNY, for several decades. 


Please Join Us!


~ Upcoming in 2012 and beyond ~

Sept. 23: Burlington Book Festival: ‘An Afternoon with Jane Austen’: authors Elsa Solender on Jane Austen in Love: An Entertainment,
 Stuart Bennett on The Perfect Visit, and more!

Dec. 2: Annual Birthday Tea with Paul Monod of Middlebury College on
                “The Royal Navy in the Age of Nelson, 1775-1815”

Mar. 2013 [TBA]: “’Fifty Miles of Good Road’: Travelling in Jane Austen” with Deb Barnum

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