Dr. Douglas Murray, professor of English, was one of the invited faculty at the inaugural Jane Austen Summer Program at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, June 27-30. He led four discussions about Pride and Prejudice and on the final day of the conference delivered an address entitled “The Eyes Have It: Male and Female Gazes in Pride and Prejudice,” applying ideas from film theory to Austen’s novel.
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