JASNA members share their expertise in a variety of areas in these short videos, shining light on what life was like in Jane Austen's world.
Join them in the kitchen and the library, at the tea-table and the dressing-table, in the garden and the carriage house, and more.
|Cooking with Jane Austen|
Banner image from The Repository of Arts, Literature, Fashions, Manufactures, etc., Third Series, Vol. 6, R. Ackermann, London, 1825
Get a close-up view of the items ladies kept in their reticules during Jane Austen's era in this mul...
Why does Austen mention specific carriages in her novels so often, and what is she trying to say?
Creating your own “Jane Austen garden” on your suburban acre, in your small garden, or on your apart...
The art of paper marbling is centuries old and reached its peak during Jane Austen's lifetime.
References to food appear throughout Austen's works—from gruel to syllabub to the many components of...