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Patrizia Muscogiuri will present a talk on Virginia Woolf and the sea in Kent on Monday.

“The Shore of the Wor(l)d. Liminality and Agency in Virginia Woolf” is part of The Topographies Project: Beaches Symposium at the University of Kent, Whitstable, Kent. Her talk is scheduled for Sept. 21 from 4:10-5:30 p.m. All are welcome.

Photo by Patrizia Muscogiuri

Photo by Patrizia Muscogiuri

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Thanks to Patrizia Muscogiuri of the University of Salford in Manchester, England, we have photos from the 22nd Annual International Conference on Virginia Woolf to share with you.

The theme of the conference, which was held June 7-10 at the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon, Canada, was Interdisciplinary/Multidisciplinary Woolf.

Organized by Ann Martin, the event included the following plenary speakers:

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The 21st Annual International Conference on Virginia Woolf was held June 9-12 at the University of Glasgow.

Blogging Woolf was not able to travel to Scotland for the event, but friend Patrizia Muscogiuri did. And she sent us her conference photos. Thanks for sharing, Patrizia.

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Marina Warner and Jane Goldman, conference organizer

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Vara Neverow and Patrizia Muscogiuri, who provided Blogging Woolf with these photos. More are posted on Flickr. See the Flickr feed in the right sidebar.

At left, Gill Lowe in the pageant skit written by Suzanne Bellamy, pictured at right

Derek Ryan, who played William in the pageant skit, was also one of the conference organizers.
Catherine Hollis, Lois Gilmore and Barbara Lonnquist

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Virginia Woolf and the Natural Worldcollected papers from the 20th Annual International Conference on Virginia Woolf, is now available.

This compilation of 31 essays presented at the 2010 conference explores Woolf’s complex engagement with the natural world, an engagement that was as political as it was aesthetic. Kristin Czarnecki and Carrie Rohman are the editors.

The essays in the collection cover diverse topics including:

  • ecofeminism,
  • the nature of time,
  • the nature of the self,
  • nature and sporting,
  • botany,
  • climate,
  • landscape and more.

Contributors include Verita Sriratana, Patrizia Muscogiuri, Katherine Hollis, Bonnie Kime Scott, Carrie Rohman, Diana Swanson, Elisa Kay Sparks, Beth Rigel Daugherty, Jane Goldman, and Diane Gillespie, among many others from the international community of Woolf scholars.

You can order a hard copy or download a PDF of the book. The price of the trade paperback is $24.95. You will also find links to other volumes of Woolf Conference proceedings on the Clemson University Digital Press website.

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