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… Read More →
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!
The Suffragist Project is a limited audio drama series about the suffrage movement in America. Each episode will cover different time periods and suffrage leaders in the fight to win the vote for women. Spanning the 70+ years from the first organizing meeting in 1848 in Seneca Falls, NY to the dramatic last minute change… Read More →
The Suffragist Project is a collection of short plays written by the Triangle Playwrights, it spans the 70+ year fight for woman’s enfranchisement. The play will be presented in promenade-style with the audience moving from place to place to experience these different moments in the movement. Many prominent suffragettes will be represented such as: Elizabeth… Read More →