Tuesday, December 24, 2019

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Some recent talks, meetings or seminars with Brontë-related content:
Annual Meeting of the American Comparative Literature Association 2019
Georgetown, March 2019

A Tradition of Female "novels of formation"? Charlotte Brontë, Virginia Woolf and Margaret Atwood
Leonie Achtnich, Freie Universität Berlin (Free University of Berlin)
Fifteenth Annual Student Conference
Harrisonburg, VA, October 2019

Narrating Jane: Constructing Character(s) in Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre
Moderator, Heidi Pennington Alleghany Room, Festival Center
Molly Rickabaugh, Olivia Page and Kate Croxton, “Narrating Jane: Constructing Character(s) in Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre"
NEH Summer Seminar on Literary Adaptation (K-12)
Reimagining Jane Eyre and Great Expectations: a NEH Summer Seminar for K-12 Teachers
UC Santa Cruz, 23 June-12 July 2019

Hosted by the Dickens Project at the beautiful campus of the University of California at Santa Cruz, this three-week seminar for middle and high school teachers examines two frequently taught texts—Jane Eyre and Great Expectations—as reimagined and refracted in imitative texts, plays, and films. We will consider the active cultural afterlives of these texts as we explore the pedagogical potential of literary and cinematic adaptations to promote critical thinking and students’ active engagement with literature.
Informed by current and emerging trends in adaptation studies, the seminar explores a wide array of literary rearticulations, from textually “faithful” films to radical narrative realignments: from textual appropriations to cinematic reimaginings, we will revisit Jane Eyre and Great Expectations across a range of media and in a wide variety of guises across the three weeks of the seminar.

2019 Conference for Young Adult Literature Louisiana (CYALL)
November 2019, Shrevport, LA
"Aesthetic Judgement in Jane Eyre and Current YA Fiction"
Hannah Sprawls and Sarah Mazur
Jane Austen Society of North America (JASNA) General Meeting 2019
Williamsburg, VA, October 4-6

Stormy Sisterhood: Jane Austen’s Northanger Abbey and Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre
Amanda Beverly and Mary Landrum

Jane Austen’s humor, looks at small town life, and quotable characters have stood the test of time; yet, the same can be said for Brontë’s dark interiors and passionate lovers. Who is the better writer? This session hopes to answer that question with an analysis of Northanger Abbey and Jane Eyre.
2019 English Studies Conference
Eastern Illinois University, April 2019
“Reader I Married him”: The Jane Eyre Invasion in the Age of MeToo 
Moderator: Dr. Marjorie Worthington
Audrey Schuetz
“Marriage Idles in the 18th Centenary Compared to Now”
Sam Ward
“‘Reader I Married Him’ and Female Autonomy”
Hannah Wilkes
“Context of Jane Eyre and the #MeToo Movement”

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