The first is a truly miscellaneous collection of essays edited by Diana L. Swanson, and the second features the special topic Virginia Woolf and Illness, curated by guest editor Cheryl Hindrichs.
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The International Virginia Woolf Society is pleased to host its seventeenth consecutive panel at the University of Louisville Conference on Literature and Culture Since 1900, from Feb. 23-25, 2017. We invite proposals for critical papers on any topic concerning Woolf studies. A particular panel theme may be chosen depending on the proposals received.
Please submit by email a cover page with your name, email address, mailing address, phone number, professional affiliation (if any), and the title of your paper, and a second anonymous page containing a 250-word paper proposal to Kristin Czarnecki, firstname.lastname@example.org, by Monday, Aug. 15, 2016.
Panel Selection Committee:
- Beth Rigel Daugherty
- Jeanne Dubino
- Mark Hussey
- Jane Lilienfeld
- Vara Neverow
Posted in Bloomsbury pacifists, International Virginia Woolf Society, MLA, tagged call for papers, International Virginia Woolf Society, MLA 2017, Virginia Woolf on Thursday 21 January 2016| Leave a Comment »
Here is the call for papers for the International Virginia Woolf Society’s guaranteed panel at MLA 2017, held Jan. 5-8 in Philadelphia. Both align with the theme “Virginia Woolf Scholars Come to Their Senses.”
Two possible approaches are being offered:
- papers addressing sense modalities in Woolf’s writing. How and to what end does Woolf evoke sensory experiences of smell, touch and taste in her writing?
- papers offering or debating “corrective” readings of Woolf that suggest some kind of “progress” in Woolf criticism. Have earlier readings, such as poststructuralist or lesbian, been supplanted by contemporary approaches, or do we need a model other than “progression” to address Woolf’s critical heritage?
Abstracts of between 250-500 words should be sent by March 21 to Pamela Caughie at email@example.com. (Please note the “e” is dropped in Caughie). Participants must be MLA members by April 7, 2016.
Posted in 25th Annual International Conference on Virginia Woolf, Virginia Woolf Miscellany, tagged International Virginia Woolf Society, Virginia Woolf Miscellany on Sunday 18 October 2015| Leave a Comment »
The electronic version of Spring/Summer 2015 Virginia Woolf Miscellany is now available to view online or download and print, says Editor Vara Neverow.
Edited and with an introduction by Erica Delsandro, the issue includes fascinating essays on Woolf in the context of the 1930s, diverse articles and a review of the performance of Septimus and Clarissa from the Twenty Fifth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf. A section of the issue is also devoted to heartfelt remembrances of Shari Benstock and Jane Marcus.
The issue also includes seven book reviews, important information about upcoming Woolf conferences, and information about various Woolf societies. The issue, as always, concludes with the Society Column, written this time by the International Virginia Woolf Society’s President, Kristin Czarnecki.
At the dinner, which was held Jan. 11, 2014, at Shaw’s Crab House in Chicago, Woolf common readers and scholars were asked to share the experience that sparked their interest in the 20th-century modernist writer.
Many stories and much laughter ensued. Feel free to share your story as a comment below.
The web team for the International Virginia Woolf Society announces the launch of the redesigned website.
New features include:
- Drop down boxes for menu items, making it easier to access information
- A new Archives page that will preserve the history of Annual International Virginia Woolf Conferences, and IVWS sponsored sessions at the Modern Language Association, making an electronic complement to the paper Archives, held at the Pratt Library, Victoria University at the University of Toronto
- How to Join page under About Us to access the easy, PayPal-based method of becoming a member or of keeping your membership up to date.
The site can be accessed at: http://www.utoronto.ca/IVWS/
The most recent issue of the Virginia Woolf Miscellany, Fall 2014/Winter 2015 is now online.
This special issue of the Virginia Woolf Miscellany, edited by Kathryn Simpson and Melinda Harvey, focuses on Virginia Woolf and Katherine Mansfield — a perfect complement to this year’s Woolf conference, the 25th Annual International Conference on Virginia Woolf: Virginia Woolf and Her Female Contemporaries.
Contributors are Hilary Newman, Patricia Moran, Susan Reid, Emily Hinnov, Maria J. Lopez & Gerardo Rodríguez Salas, Rose Onans, Alda Correia and Sandra Inskeep-Fox.
According to Vara Neverow, managing editor, the issue also features “truly miscellaneous” contributions including a woodcut of Virginia Woolf by Loren Kantor and essays by Xiaoqin Cao, Steve Ui-chun Yang, Anne Byrne, Daniel Jordon Varon and Erin M. Kingsley.
Book reviewers are Jane Fisher, Wayne Chapman, Ryan Weberling, Bonnie Kime Scott, Steve Ferebee, Maggie Humm and Peter Stansky.
The issue also includes detailed calls for papers for future issues of the Miscellany and a discount form for ordering the Selected Papers from the 24th Annual International Conference on Virginia Woolf: Writing the World in 2014.
Print copies of the issue will be mailed to subscribers and current members of the International Virginia Woolf Society in the near future.