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CFP on behalf of the International Virginia Woolf Society, which will
conduct two panel sessions at the 2008 MLA Convention in San Francisco:
â€œTroping the Light Fantastic: Woolf's Use of Desire and Pleasure.â€
Discussions of the use of desire, pleasure, and intimacy to treat topics
rarely associated with sex and sexuality: creativity, inspiration,
epistemology, politics, spirituality. Abstracts of 500 words or less due
by March 15, by email to Brenda Helt, helt0010_at_umn.edu.
â€œOrlando â€™s â€˜house was no longer hers entirelyâ€™: Property in Virginia
Woolf.â€ This panel seeks new theoretical or socio-historical approaches
to representations of real, personal, and intellectual property in Woolfâ€™s
fiction, non-fiction, and biographical materials. Abstracts of 500 words
or less due by March 15, by email to Jamie McDaniel, jlm25_at_case.edu.
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