Here is a new call for papers from the Virginia Woolf Miscellany. Editors of the spring 2014 issue invite 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 2,500 words to Derek Ryan, email@example.com by Aug. 1, 2013.
See more calls for papers on Virginia Woolf and her circle.
- Woolf-inspired journal launched – in print (bloggingwoolf.wordpress.com)