Collecte de fonds pour l’installation d’une plaque commémorative à St Ives

Anne Besnault — Woolf and Historiography

« Virginia Woolf’s Unwritten Histories » explores the interrelatedness of Woolf’s modernism, feminism and her understanding of history as a site of knowledge and a writing practice that enabled her to negotiate her heritage, to find her place among the moderns as a female artist and intellectual, and to elaborate her poetics of the « new »: not as radical rupture but as the result of a process of unwriting and rewriting « traditional » historiographical orthodoxies.