[Msa-discuss] CFP for Int'l Virginia Woolf Society Los Angeles MLA sessions

Georgia Johnston johnstgk at slu.edu
Fri Feb 26 14:58:44 EST 2010

Dear all,

I would like to call attention to  three calls for papers from the
International Virginia Woolf Society for the January 2011 MLA (in Los
Angeles).  (see end of message)

The first, "Bloomsbury and Africa," is a secured panel sponsored by the
IVWS.  This panel, with the papers Danell Jones chooses, will definitely be
held at MLA.  The other two will be subject to review by the MLA committee,
and I hope, because they are sponsored by IVWS, that both will be accepted.
Note that one is a panel that IVWS is sponsoring in collaboration with the
International James Joyce Foundation.

The deadline for submissions to all three panels is March 12th.

all the best,
Georgia Johnston
President, IVWS

International Virginia Woolf Society cfp

*Bloomsbury and Africa*. Subjects include Woolf's imaginative uses of
Africa, the Dreadnought Hoax, Roger Fry and African art, Leonard Woolf and
Africa, and Hogarth Press publications. 500-word abstracts by 12 March 2010;
Danell Jones (danelljones at bresnan.net).

*Dirt, Desire, Recollection: James Joyce and Virginia Woolf*. Allied
associations IJJF and IVWS seek work on Joyce and Woolf individually for
combined panel. Send Woolf to Johnston, Joyce to Fogarty. 500-word abstracts
by 12 March 2010; Georgia Johnston (johnstgk at slu.edu) and Anne Fogarty (
anne.fogarty at ucd.ie).

*Sartorial Bloomsbury*. For Bloomsbury, how does clothing function as social
coding--for self-fashioning, sexual ambiguity, performance, the avant-garde,
even of emancipatory politics? How does fashion shape our understanding of
modernity? 500-word abstracts by 12 March 2010; Jane Garrity (
Jane.Garrity at colorado.edu).
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