Updated July 25
If you weren’t able to make it to the 26th Annual International Conference on Virginia Woolf at Leeds Trinity University in Leeds, England, you can read more about it, view photographs, and watch a video. Here are links:
- An initial conference review posted by conference organizers on June 24.
- An in-depth conference review posted by conference organizers on July 6.
- A Leeds Conference Report posted by Literature Cambridge.
- Blogging Woolf’s photos on Flickr.
- Photos posted on Flickr by conference organizers.
- A post from Leeds Silver Steel Sparrows about the steel band’s conference performance at Leeds West Indian Centre
- Virginia Woolf at the Brontë Parsonage: This wonderful day trip to the Brontë Parsonage Museum in Howarth on June 14, the day before the conference began, was planned by conference organizers. Those who went got a look at Woolf’s signature in the museum guestbook when she visited in November 1904.
- Virginia Woolf at Giggleswick School: This interesting day trip to Giggleswick School in Giggleswick on June 19, the last day of the conference, was planned by conference organizers. It gave us a look at where Woolf stayed and what she saw when she visited her cousin Will Vaughan in 1904 and later. He was headmaster of the school.
- Street haunting in London with Cecil Woolf: A day of my own with Cecil Woolf, nephew of Leonard and Virginia and proprietor of Cecil Woolf Publishers, which publishes the Bloomsbury Heritage Series and the War Poets Series, among other works.
- New volumes in Bloomsbury Heritage Series: The four volumes in Cecil Woolf Publishers’ series that debuted at this year’s conference.
You can also search #Woolf2016 on Twitter and Facebook. And to follow Virginia’s travels around Greece, England and other such places, follow #travelswithvirginiawoolf.
— Woolf_2016@Leeds (@Woolf2016Leeds) June 21, 2016
— Blogging Woolf (@woolfwriter) June 17, 2016