Tentative Schedule for JASP 2015 on Emma at 200 just posted

Our Third annual JASP promises to be the best yet.  In addition to our usual features–lectures, panels, discussion groups, elevenses, context corners, tea, and the regency ball–we have added an expedition to Box Hill (Ayr Mount Plantation, built in 1815, the same year Emma was published) and an outing to Replacements, where we will see a Regency Wedgwood table from their historical collection.  There are many other events and surprises in store…


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