Séminaire – 21 mai, Paris

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Séminaire « La plume et l’épée : écrire la guerre »

Mardi 21 mai 2013, 14h-16h, Ecole Normale Supérieure, rue d’Ulm.

Kate McLoughlin (Birkbeck) : « Woolf’s Crotchets: Textual Cryogenics in To the Lighthouse and the First World War »

Caroline Pollentier (Sorbonne Nouvelle) : « Virginia Woolf’s Utopian Pacifism »

Ecole Normale Supérieure, 45 rue d’Ulm, 75005 Paris

Salle Info 2

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Séminaire – 23 avril 2013, Paris

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Séminaire : Traumatisme, handicap et créativité – Organisé par Simone Korff Sausse et Régine Waintrater

Mardi 23 avril 2013, 19H 00 à 21H 00

Lisa Locatelli: Trauma et écriture dans l’oeuvre de Virginia Woolf

Lectures conseillées: Instants de vie, La promenade au phare, Mrs Dalloway.

Université Paris Diderot Paris 7

UFR Etudes psychanalytiques CEPP et CRPMS.

Halle aux farines – salle 477F.

Entrée par le 10 rue Françoise Dolto ou par la rue Marguerite Duras

Métro : ligne 14 ou RER C, station Bibliothèque F. Mitterrand.

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Virginia Woolf in Context

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Bryony Randall & Jane Goldman (ed.), Virginia Woolf in Context, Cambridge: CUP, 2012

ISBN:9781107003613

Woolf scholars have long debated how context – whether historical, cultural, or theoretical – is to be understood in relation to her work, and how her work produces new insights into context. Drawing on an international field of leading and emergent specialists, this collection provides an authoritative resource for contemporary Woolf scholarship that explores the distinct and overlapping dimensions of her writings. Rather than survey existing scholarship, these essays extend Woolf studies in new directions by examining how the author is contextualized today. The collection also highlights connections between Woolf and key cultural, political, and historical issues of the twentieth century such as avant-gardism in music and art, developments in journalism and the publishing industry, political struggles over race, gender, and class, and the bearings of colonialism, empire, and war.

Contributors:

Jane Goldman, Bryony Randall, Michael Whitworth, Mark Hussey, Pam Morris, Anne Fernald, Claire Colebrook, Lisa Coleman, Sanja Bahun, Sonita Sarker, Morgne (Patricia) Cramer, Randall Stevenson, Jane Lilienfeld, Kathryn Simpson, Elena Gualtieri, Judith Allen, Anna Snaith, Heidi Stalla, David Bradshaw, Bonnie Kime Scott, Holly Henry, Suzanne Bellamy, Emma Sutton, Maggie Humm, Beth Wright, Drew Shannon, James Stewart, Perry Meisel, Madelyn Detloff, Ian Blyth, Derek Ryan, Carole Bourne-Taylor, Darya Protopopova, Thaine Stearns, Margaret Homans, Vassiliki Kolocotroni, Linden Peach, Ruth Hoberman, Jessica Berman

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English Studies – a selection of recent articles on VW

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These articles can be viewed and downloaded free of charge until 30 June 2013.
http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/access/NEST-Virginia-Woolf.pdf

List of articles:

« Virginia Woolf’s Second Visit to Greece », Martin Ferguson Smith, Volume 92, Issue 1, 2011.

« Structure and Anti-Structure: Virginia Woolf’s Feminist Politics and “The Mark on the Wall” », Magdalen Wing-chi Ki, Volume 91, Issue 4, 2010.

« Modernism, Memory, and Desire: T. S. Eliot and Virginia Woolf », Charles Armstrong, Volume 90, Issue 3, 2009

« Women Knitting: Domestic Activity, Writing, and Distance in Virginia Woolf’s Fiction », Sayaka Okumura, Volume 89, Issue 2, 2008.

« Virginia Woolf and the Chimes of Big Ben », Jörg Hasler, Volume 63, Issue 2, 1982.

« Virginia Woolf’s ‘Kew Gardens’ », John Oakland, Volume 68, Issue 3, 1987.

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