TITLE

3RD ANNUAL VIRGINIA WOOLF CONFERENCE

PUB. DATE
October 1992
SOURCE
Virginia Woolf Miscellany;Fall92, Issue 39, p12
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Other
ABSTRACT
The 3rd Annual Virginia Woolf Conference, sponsored by the Virginia Woolf Society will be held in Lincoln University, Jefferson City, Missouri on June 10-13, 1993. Conference organizers are especially encouraging submission of panel proposals but individual papers will be considered. Non-traditional formats for conference sessions are invited. Open to proposals, panels, topics on all aspects of British writer Virginia Woolf studies, but specially eager to receive proposals on: Woolf and race; Woolf and social class; Woolf and elitism; Woolf and Empire/Colonialism; Approaches to teaching Woolf.
ACCESSION #
12660861

 

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