Edited by Claire Davison-Pégon & Anne-Marie Smith-Di Biasio – « The implications of Woolf’s contemporaneity »

The present volume seeks to explore the implications of Woolf’s contemporaneity in terms of her own era and of ours. By looking at how one can grasp the meaning of one’s time from within and without, it traces ways in which her fictional as well as non-fictional works reflect on or engage with those forms of untimeliness or out-of-timeness in the present which enable an author to see its shadows or perceive its obscurity.

Institute of English Studies – 26-28 June 2014

Modernism Now! is a three-day international, interdisciplinary conference organised by the British Association for Modernist Studies, designed to explore modernisms throughout the late nineteenth, twentieth and twenty-first centuries.

City Library, Newcastle-upon-Tyne – March 13th 2014

Grand papier editions are largely unknown outside of France because of their scarcity. Now for the first time in the UK this collection of works by Virginia Woolf, Katherine Mansfield, and Rosamond Lehmann represents a unique opportunity to see these books en masse.