Virginia Woolf Miscellany – Spring 2014

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CFP for the Virginia Woolf Miscellany (special issue on « Woolf and Materiality », Spring 2014). All submissions welcome.

The VWM invites discussion of how Woolf’s writings explore the material world. Articles that directly address the relationship between meaning and materiality are particularly welcome, and potential topics include fresh considerations of Woolf’s engagement with: the natural sciences; philosophical conceptualisations of materiality; non/human bodies and objects; fabrics and ‘things’; the materiality of language and art.

Send submissions of not more than 2500 words to Derek Ryan,, by August 1, 2013.

Virginia Woolf Miscellany – Fall 2013

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Virginia Woolf Miscellany, Issue 84 (Fall 2013): « Woolf and Animals »

From the animal nicknames she shared with loved ones to the purchase of « a beautiful cat, a Persian cat » with her first earnings as a writer; from the cawing rooks in To the Lighthouse to the complex life of Flush to the disturbing animal imagery in Between the Acts, animals play a key role in Woolf’s life and writing. We invite submissions discussing animals in Woolf both fictional and actual. We also welcome articles that align Woolf with animal elements in the work and lives of others.

Please send papers of up to 2500 words to Kristin Czarnecki at and Vara Neverow at by February 1, 2013.

Annual International Conference on VW – Vancouver juin 2013

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La 23ème édition de l’Annual International Conference on Virginia Woolf aura pour thème « Virginia Woolf and the Common(wealth) Reader » et se tiendra du 6 au 9 juin 2013 à Vancouver. Des informations sur le congrès ainsi que l’appel à communications (également ci-dessous) sont disponibles à l’adresse suivante :

Call for submissions:

The topic of the conference, « Virginia Woolf and the Common(wealth) Reader, » encompasses Woolf’s interactions with/influence on Commonwealth writers, the issues of « common » wealth, discussions of wealth and gender, colonialism and gender, imperialism, politics, and a host of other related topics.

The conference also invites explorations of Virginia Woolf’s work from a range of different disciplinary practices: history, economics, politics, post-imperial/colonial studies, gender studies, psychology, cultural studies, legal studies, anthropology, ethnic studies, indigenous studies, publishing, and visual/art history. We especially welcome papers or performances that:

• explore Virginia Woolf’s interactions with/influence on Commonwealth writers.
• engage with discussions carried on by Virginia Woolf, Leonard Woolf, and other members of their circle on issues of wealth, gender, imperialism, class, and economics
• read Virginia Woolf as a member of the British Commonwealth, later the Commonwealth of Nations
Submissions are welcome from common readers, artists, writers, community activists, teachers, students, academics, and administrators.

For paper proposals, please send a 250-word abstract as a Word attachment. For panel proposals, please submit a 250-word abstract of each paper to be presented by each of the three panel participants along with the proposed panel title. We will be using a blind-submission process. Please do not include your name on your proposal. Instead, in your covering email, please include your name(s), institutional affiliation (if any), paper title(s), and contact information.

Proposals and inquiries should be directed to:

The deadline for submissions is 1 February 2013.