Danced like Jane Austen
Afterward, I found some related reading materials:
Dancing in the streets: a history of collective joy by Barbara Ehrenreich — I slogged through this, but really enjoyed this look at the place of dancing within community rituals. The author connects community dance to depression, revolution, politics, religion, and it's all fascinating, if a bit dry at times.
A truth universally acknowledged: 33 great writers on why we read Jane Austen by edited by Susannah Carson ; foreword by Harold Bloom — And a tribute to Jane Austen, the author of my mental well-being.