“Marriage matters were the subject of lively public debate in Georgian times.
Jane Austen was aware of the main lines of thought, but she also contributed to them with her novels. She emphasised married women’s position, which was disadvantaged by a conservative legal framework.”
Live Talk online
This will be a live online lecture and we very much hope you will be able to join us (see information below). This will be an interactive session via Zoom and you will be able to ask questions via the chat facility or in person. All will be explained on the day.
The way to join the live online lecture is as follows:
1. Register at [email protected] to confirm that you want to join the live online lecture.
2. In lieu of the £2 for members/students & £5 for visitors admission price, please visit our Local Giving site to make a donation/contribution at https://localgiving.org/appeal/virtualbrlsi/
3. We will send you a link to the live online lecture on the morning of Thursday, 28 May 2020 for the lecture which will start at 7.30pm.
4. Please use this link to join from 7.20pm onwards.
Please note that you will be on mute when you join the lecture but this will be unmuted during the Q&A session. The lecture will also be recorded for future publication on the BRLSI website.
We look forward to you being part of the BRLSI's live online lecture.