Celebrating Virginia Woolf’s Eighteenth Century
Celebrating Virginia Woolf's Eighteenth Century
Beyond her call to lay flowers on Aphra Behn’s grave or taking her “Common Reader” from Samuel Johnson, Woolf’s engagement with the eighteenth-century was profound. Proposal might consider aesthetics, visual and literary history, fashion and decor, print culture and/or printing technology, waxworks, politics, etc.
Modern Language Association MLA 2024, Philadelphia
Miriam Wallace, New C of Florida (email@example.com ) Laura Engel, Duquesne University (firstname.lastname@example.org )
Also contact: Benita Blessing, American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (email@example.com )