Author and historian Rachel Knowles discusses the relationship between fortune and matrimony in late Georgian and Regency society
Jane Austen's work has been adapted many times into a multitude of different settings. Author Marilyn Brant muses on how the characters and themes continue to resonate with modern audiences.
In the modern era, we have certain ideas of how times have changed since the Regency period. Amanda Grange illustrates how Austen's work challenges those notions.
Jeremy Knight, the fourth-great nephew of Jane Austen and the father of our Founder, Caroline Knight, speaks to Ambassador Julia B. Grantham about growing up in Chawton House.
To mark International Literacy Day, Amanda Mortensen shares the moment Caroline told her about her secret connection to Jane Austen, and the birth of the Jane Austen Literacy Foundation.
In this issue of Pride & Possibilities, foundation ambassador Sophie Andrews, aka 'Laughing with Lizzie', takes us on a tour of the Austen BookBenches from the 'Sitting with Jane' project.
Jane Austen was many things - writer, daughter, beloved sister and friend, and also an aunt to over thirty nieces and nephews! Editor Emily Prince discusses Jane's aunthood.
Ambassador Daniel Widdowson explores the wit of Pride & Prejudice and how it influenced his stage adaptation of the famous novel.
Foundation Ambassador Dr Jessica A. Volz explores the surprising connection between caffeine and courtship in Jane Austen's most famous novel.
Join Jane Austen's fifth great niece from Chawton House, Caroline Jane Knight, for a game of Christmas Eve Snap-Dragon in the Great Hall.