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March 2021

“I Hope White Hands:” Wedgwood, Abolition, and the Female Consumer

March 16 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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A free webinar hosted by Jane Austen & Co., featuring a wonderful discussion with Professor Patricia A. Matthew from Monclair State University! As part of Jane Austen & Co.'s Race and the Regency series, this talk will delve into the element of race during Jane Austen's Regency Era!

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“Making No Difference for Color or Character:” Representations of Race in Bridgerton and the Regency

March 25 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Jane Austen & Co. presents our fourth event in our "Race and the Regency" series. In this talk by Professor Robert Morrison (Queen's University), we will explore some of the most important Black women and men of the Regency era, including Mary Prince, Robert Wedderburn, Paul Cuffe, and Thomas Molyneaux. It will examine their role in contemporary debates about slavery, emancipation, protest movements, and human rights, as well as the ways in which Bridgerton both illuminates and ignores these debates.…

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