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After Abbey

We ask you to tell us what you hope to see this season on Masterpiece Classic. Join WPSU producers and special guests Sunday nights after Downton Abbey and be sure to let us know what you think about the Crawleys, Bates, and life at Highclere Castle.

You can join the conversation! Call 1-800-543-8242 or tweet @afterabbey during the show. You can also submit questions via email to afterabbey@wpsu.org or on facebook.com/afterabbeytv.

Coming Up... Sunday, February 1, 2015

Jennifer Nesbitt

Special Guest: Jennifer Nesbitt

On the next episode of After Abbey, hosts Whitney Chirdon and Lindsey Whissel talk with Jennifer Nesbitt. She's an associate professor of English at Penn State York, where she's been teaching since 2003. She teaches a variety of writing and literature courses in the short story, women's fiction, literary theory, twentieth-century British literature and women's literature. She's also been recently lecturing and podcasting about Downton Abbey. You can catch her online recapping episodes every Monday with WITF's Fred Vigeant and Katie Lengyel.

Season 3: Episode 4 (January 25, 2015)

Following Downton Abbey, Series 5, Episode 4

Erica Gene Delsandro

Special Guest: Erica Gene Delsandro

On this episode of After Abbey, hosts Whitney Chirdon and Lindsey Whissel talk with Erica Gene Delsandro. She teaches courses in literature and Women's and Gender Studies such as: Modernism, The Literature of Downton Abbey, Introduction to Women's and Gender Studies, History of Sexuality, Modernism on the Margins, Queer Studies, Women Writers.

Season 3: Episode 3 (January 18, 2015)

Following Downton Abbey, Series 5, Episode 3

Janet Lyon, Ph.D.

Special Guest: Janet Lyon, Ph.D.

Janet Lyon is an associate professor of English and Women's Studies at Penn State. She also directs the Disability Studies Minor in The College of The Liberal Arts. Her scholarship focuses mainly on modernism, and especially its historical, sociological, and philosophical contexts in Ireland, Great Britain, and the global reaches of the British Empire.

Season 3: Episode 2 (January 11, 2015)

Following Downton Abbey, Series 5, Episode 2

Dr. Julia Hudson-Richards

Special Guest: Dr. Julia Hudson-Richards

Dr. Julia Hudson-Richards, an Assistant Professor of History and Women’s Studies, earned her doctorate from the University of Arizona. Her research interests include Modern European History, Comparative World History, and Comparative Gender. Dr. Hudson-Richards is an expert in Spanish and European History as well as a notable leader within the campus Women’s Studies program.

Season 3: Episode 1 (January 4, 2015)

Following Downton Abbey, Series 5, Episode 1

Erica Gene Delsandro

Special Guest: Erica Gene Delsandro

On the premiere episode of After Abbey, hosts Whitney Chirdon and Lindsey Whissel with talk with Erica Gene Delsandro. She teaches courses in literature and Women's and Gender Studies such as: Modernism, The Literature of Downton Abbey, Introduction to Women's and Gender Studies, History of Sexuality, Modernism on the Margins, Queer Studies, Women Writers.

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