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Re: reading, re: writing, re: teaching Virginia Woolf : selected papers from the Fourth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York, June 9-12, 1994

Author: Eileen Barrett; Patricia Cramer
Publisher: New York : Pace University Press ; Lanham, MD : Distributed by University Pub. Associates, 1995.
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Conference on Virginia Woolf (4th : 1994 : Bard College).
Re: reading, re: writing, re: teaching Virginia Woolf.
New York : Pace University Press ; Lanham, MD : Distributed by University Pub. Associates, 1995
(OCoLC)603930979
Named Person: Virginia Woolf; Virginia Woolf; Virginia Woolf; Virginia Woolf
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Eileen Barrett; Patricia Cramer
ISBN: 0944473229 9780944473221 0944473237 9780944473238
OCLC Number: 32273822
Description: 322 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction: The life of the mind, the life of the party / Paul Connolly --
Note from the editors --
Woolf's "Sketch" and "Legacy": How should one write a memoir? Virginia Woolf's "A sketch of the past" / Beth Carole Rosenberg --
Teaching "The legacy" in a freshman writing course / Lisa Williams --
British culture: Being there: Woolf's London and the politics of location / Laura Doan and Terry Brown --
"I am nature's bride": Orlando and the female pastoral / Roger Hecht --
Woolf and sexuality(s): The language of orgasm / Kathleen McKenna --
The lesbian feminism of Woolf's To the lighthouse / Diana L. Swanson --
Re: teaching Woolf: Re: writing and re: reading Woolf's The waves / Robert Miltner --
Using Bloomsbury art to teach Mrs. Dalloway, To the lighthouse, and The waves: a new historical approach / Sally Jacobsen --
Woolf and feminism: The body and the letter: the fragmentation of the male subject in Woolf's Orlando / Lisa M. Dresner --
Women's oral tradition and A room of one's own / Krystyna Colburn --
Woolf, war, and work: The architecture of loss: teaching Jacob's room as a war novel / Allyson Booth --
Guns and big guns in A room of one's own / Teresa Winterhalter --
Women in the milieu surrounding Virginia and Leonard Woolf: Virginia Woolf and the Great War: civilian immunity and strategic bombing / Karen L. Levenback --
Woolf's diaries & letters: What the diary can tell us / Barbara Lounsberry --
Woolf's literary heritage: Reconciling the sexes: Milton and Woolf in the women's studies and English literature classroom / Lisa Low --
From Clarissa to Mrs. Dalloway: Woolf's (re)vision of Richardson / Chella Courington --
Woolf & same-sex love: Exploring the ethical implications of narrative in a sophomore-level course on same-sex love: Mrs. Dalloway and The last September / Margot Gayle Backus --
Virtual Bloomsbury: On developing a multimedia database / Joan Benson & Laura Dickinson --
Reading & rereading Virginia Woolf in the foreign land: Reading, misreading and Virginia Woolf's voice / Makiko Minow-Pinkney --
Discovering Woolf studies in Japan / Masami Usui --
Teaching To the lighthouse: Fishing for Woolf's submerged lesbian text / Deborah Wilson --
Re:reading: the (un)common reader: Creating "the conditions of life": Virginia Woolf and the Common Reader / Jeanne Dubino --
Finding the reader in The waves: Bernard's dinner partner / Karen Schiff --
Ways of writing: Why an old shoe? Teaching Jacob's room as L'écriture féminine / Martha C. Carpentier --
Rhetorical Topoi in A room of one's own / James L. Hoban --
Ways of thinking: Mapping the epistemic terrain in Virginia Woolf's To the lighthouse / Josephine Carubia Glorie --
Woolf: memory & history: "She looks quite capable of having deceived": critical avenues and answers in Virginia Woolf's "Memoirs of a novelist" / Crystal D. Fox --
Two Orlandos: controversies in film & fiction: Redirections: challenging the class axe and lesbian erasure in Potter's Orlando / Leslie K. Hankins --
Virginia Woolf and Sally Potter: the play of opposites and the modern mind / Madeline Moore --
Response: Decamping Sally Potter's Orlando / Eileen Barrett --
Woolf and painting: "Virginia O'Keeffe has an exhibiti of drawings at 291": paradoxes of feminist pin-ups / Elisa Kay Sparks --
Historical readers: Opening historical doors to the Room: an approach to teaching / Melba Cuddy-Keane --
Who do we think Clarissa Dalloway is anyway? Re-search into seventy years of Woolf criticism / Laura A. smith --
Woolf: film, art & anger: Women, art and anger: Mary Carmichael, meet Adrienne Rich / Karen Volland Waters --
Featured event: Peace in our time: learning to learn from Virginia Woolf / Sara Ruddick --
Imperialism: Confronting modernist racism in the post-colonial classroom: teaching Virginia Woolf's The voyage out and Leonard Woolf's The village in the jungle / Theresa M. Thompson --
Re:teaching: "How to read a book": Opening questions: a workshop in writing to read Virginia Woolf / Susan Kirschner and Paul Connolly --
Re:teaching: Woolf and Vera Brittain; Marina Tsvetaeva: Living voices: Virginia Woolf's A room of one's own and Vera Brittain's Testament of youth in the classroom / Allyson F. McGill --
Virginia Woolf and Marina Tsvetaeva: female bards in modernity / Marilyn Schwinn Smith --
Ways of knowing: Anguished love for the angel of the house: To the lighthouse and the women's studies generations paper / Anne MacMaster --
Woolf and "The other": The voyage out of women's silence / Heather Levy --
Retrieving context(s): Modernism, power and the elite: teaching Woolf and Hurston together / Jeanette McVicker --
Teaching Virginia Woolf and H. D.: "A line to think out" / Joan Burke --
Jacob's room: responding to tradition: Jacob's room and the canon / Jane Fisher --
Woolf and spirituality: teaching Woolf as feminist mystic --
Addendum: Gender crossings: The waves: "Throwing caution to the winds": homerotic patterins in The waves / Ruth Vanita.
Responsibility: edited by Eileen Barrett and Patricia Cramer ; with an introduction by Paul Connolly.

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