Jane Austen’s Narrative Art and Moral Vision 

Date: December 7, 2023

Time: 9:30 AM MTN

Why are Jane Austen’s novels so enduringly loveable and important, across generations?

This event has already taken place. View the webinar recording here.

Why are Jane Austen’s novels so enduringly loveable and important, across generations?

Why are Jane Austen’s novels so enduringly loveable and important, across generations?

With a new year close at hand, Austen’s novels have something to teach us about living an excellent life that is as relevant today as it was over 200 years ago.

To gain a deeper appreciation of Austen’s narrative genius and how her presentation of moral virtue surprises, challenges and inspires readers, please join AMG for a discussion with Jane Austen scholar Kathryn Davis, Ph.D.

Thursday, December 7, 2023

9:30 am – Brunch reception in Denver

10:00 am – Presentation

The Dome at AMG 
6295 Greenwood Plaza Boulevard, Greenwood Village, CO 80111

Please RSVP below by December 4, 2023

From time-to-time, AMG’s connections with universities and other institutions give us the opportunity to present leading scholars to share their unique knowledge with our clients. We believe these kinds of conversations deepen our understanding of ourselves and our world. They reinforce the comprehensive approach we take in managing wealth.

SPEAKER

Dr. Kathryn DavisKathryn Davis, Ph.D.

Kathryn E. Davis is the Roubos Sabbatical Fellow at the Bruce D. Benson Center for the Study of Western Civilization at the University of Colorado-Boulder for the 2023 calendar year.  Kathryn (PhD, University of Dallas) is an Associate Professor of English and Co-Director of the Classical Education in Rome Summer Program at the University of Dallas (UD). She was named the 2022 Haggar Fellow, an honor awarded annually to a junior faculty member nominated by faculty colleagues for excellence in teaching. She is a member of the editorial board for Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal, and several of her articles have been published in Persuasions and Persuasions On-Line. Her monograph, Liberty in Jane Austen’s Persuasion, was published by Lehigh University Press in 2017.  She has a secondary area of interest in Dante studies; her recent article, “‘Stupor non meno’: What Virgil Saw” appears in Renascence. In January, she will return to teaching on the UD Rome Campus. 

Jane Austen’s Narrative Art and Moral Vision 

Date: December 7, 2023

Time: 9:30 AM MTN

Why are Jane Austen’s novels so enduringly loveable and important, across generations?

This event has already taken place. View the webinar recording here.

Why are Jane Austen’s novels so enduringly loveable and important, across generations?

Why are Jane Austen’s novels so enduringly loveable and important, across generations?

With a new year close at hand, Austen’s novels have something to teach us about living an excellent life that is as relevant today as it was over 200 years ago.

To gain a deeper appreciation of Austen’s narrative genius and how her presentation of moral virtue surprises, challenges and inspires readers, please join AMG for a discussion with Jane Austen scholar Kathryn Davis, Ph.D.

Thursday, December 7, 2023

9:30 am – Brunch reception in Denver

10:00 am – Presentation

The Dome at AMG 
6295 Greenwood Plaza Boulevard, Greenwood Village, CO 80111

Please RSVP below by December 4, 2023

From time-to-time, AMG’s connections with universities and other institutions give us the opportunity to present leading scholars to share their unique knowledge with our clients. We believe these kinds of conversations deepen our understanding of ourselves and our world. They reinforce the comprehensive approach we take in managing wealth.

SPEAKER

Dr. Kathryn DavisKathryn Davis, Ph.D.

Kathryn E. Davis is the Roubos Sabbatical Fellow at the Bruce D. Benson Center for the Study of Western Civilization at the University of Colorado-Boulder for the 2023 calendar year.  Kathryn (PhD, University of Dallas) is an Associate Professor of English and Co-Director of the Classical Education in Rome Summer Program at the University of Dallas (UD). She was named the 2022 Haggar Fellow, an honor awarded annually to a junior faculty member nominated by faculty colleagues for excellence in teaching. She is a member of the editorial board for Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal, and several of her articles have been published in Persuasions and Persuasions On-Line. Her monograph, Liberty in Jane Austen’s Persuasion, was published by Lehigh University Press in 2017.  She has a secondary area of interest in Dante studies; her recent article, “‘Stupor non meno’: What Virgil Saw” appears in Renascence. In January, she will return to teaching on the UD Rome Campus.