Other Sites of Interest

The Jane Austen Society of North America (JASNA)

The Jane Austen Society of North America (JASNA) is comprised of professional scholars and dedicated, well-read amateurs who have joined together on equal ground in their enthusiasm and admiration for the genius of Jane Austen


Corvey Women Writers on the Web

Corvey Women Writers on the Web is a database containing material on 417 women writers of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries and 1,071 literary works published by them, based on the holdings of the Corvey Library.


Centre for Eighteenth-Century Studies 1650-1850: University of York, UK

The Centre for Eighteenth Century Studies, at the University of York exists to encourage study and research in the long eighteenth century, 1650-1850.


The Orlando Project

The Orlando Project is a collaborative undertaking, involving participants from universities in Canada, the United States, England, and Australia. It is writing the first full scholarly history of womens writing in the British Isles.


The Centre for Editorial and Textual Research

The Centre for Editorial and Intertextual Research (CEIR) is a new academic group, established within Cardiff University.s School of English, Communication and Philosophy. The Centre.s facilities combine traditional scholarly skills . such as bibliography and textual editing . with recent developments in Information Technology, multimedia authoring, and online publishing


The Brown Womens Writing Project

The Brown University Women Writers Project is a long-term research project devoted to early modern women`s writing and electronic text encoding.


The Perdita Project

The Perdita Project, established in January 1997 by Nottingham Trent University, is in the process of purchasing a comprehensive microfilm collection of about 400 manuscripts compiled by women in the British Isles.


The National Library of Women

The Fawcett Library exists to document the changing role of women in society, in the past, now and in the future.


Jane Austen`s House on the Web

The house where she revised and wrote her famous novels including Pride & Prejudice.


The Republic of Pemberley

For a wide variety of Jane Austen related information.


The Jane Austen Centre

The Jane Austen Centre is a new permanent exhibition which tells the story of Jane`s Bath experience - the effect that living there had on her and her writing.


A Celebration of Women Writers

A large collection of links to information on Women writers


Centre for Romantic Studies

Centre for Romantic Studies in Bologna. (in Italian)


The Jane Austen Society in the UK

The Jane Austen Society is active in its wider aim of honouring the author and promoting interest in her life and works. In addition to the Society's day and weekend conferences, a varied menu of events is offered by branches and reading / study groups in Bath and Bristol, Birmingham, Cambridge, Hampshire, the Isle of White, Kent, London, the Midlands, Norfolk, the North, Oxford and counties adjoining Surrey - the Southern Circle.