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Dr. Trudi Tate of the University of Cambridge has shared a review of Jane de Gay’s new book, Virginia Woolf and Christian Culture (2018). Jane is professor of English literature at Leeds Trinity University.

Read the review on the Literature Cambridge website.

Woolf and Christian Culture (2018). Read it here.

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Below are details of a number of Virginia Woolf talks in Cambridge and London during Michaelmas Term 2016, Virginia Woolfcourtesy of Dr. Trudi Tate, who plans the Clare Hall Literary Talks at the University of Cambridge.

Clare Hall Literary Talks on Virginia Woolf

  • Friday, 21 October at 1 p.m. – Nanette O’Brien on  “Prunes and Custard in the Archives: Virginia Woolf and Cambridge Food in A Room of One’s Own”
  • Thursday, 3 November at 1 p.m. – Emma Sutton on “Virginia Woolf’s Modernist Fugues
  • January TBD. Gillian Beer on The Waves
  • March TBD. Frances Spalding on Leonard Woolf and Virginia Woolf

Stapelford Study Day

Date: Saturday, 17 September, 10:30 a.m.- 5 p.m.
Program:Reading To the Lighthouse,” Stapleford Study Day, with lectures and discussion by Gillian Beer, Frances Spalding and Trudi Tate
Location: Stapleford Granary, CB22 5BP
Cost: £90

Virginia Woolf Society of Great Britain Study Day

Date: Saturday, 5 November, 10:30 a.m.-4.30 p.m. £50
Program: Jacob’s Room Study Day with Sue Roe, Sarah Phillips and Lindsay Martin
Location: Oriental Club, First Floor, 11 Stratford Place, London W1C IES
Cost: £48 for VWSGB members/£50 for non-members. Rate includes lunch and refreshments. Get more details.

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