Un festival littéraire et un faire-part de naissance !
5 days’ intensive study of Virginia Woolf’s work.
A new series of talks for town and gown on Virginia Woolf and her contemporaries.
Virginia Woolf in Cambridge immerses students for a week in the writing and context of Virginia Woolf.
26th Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf
« Quel roman! Photography and Modernism’s Novel Genealogies, Virginia Woolf to Roland Barthes »
The topic, Virginia Woolf and Her Female Contemporaries, seeks to contextualize Virginia Woolf’s writing alongside the work of her contemporaries. Submissions should relate to Virginia Woolf and Her Female Contemporaries and may emphasize either the development of enclaves or specific female subcultures or individual writers who were contemporaneous with Virginia Woolf.
The aim of the seminar will be to raise the following question: can Woolf be regarded as a humble writer?
Claire Davison, Catherine Lanone et Caroline Pollentier (Université Paris 3) proposeront une réflexion sur les liens entre l’écriture de V. Woolf et la pratique du monologue.
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.
“Virginia Woolf: Writing the World” aims to address such themes as the creation of worlds through literary writing, Woolf’s reception as a world writer, world wars and the centenary of the First World War, and myriad other topics.
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 »
Séminaire : Traumatisme, handicap et créativité – Organisé par Simone Korff Sausse et Régine Waintrater.
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.
Interdisciplinary / Multidisciplinary Woolf is inspired by Virginia Woolf’s own efforts to cross, undermine, and sometimes reassert disciplinary and other boundaries in her body of work.