In the nineties, Woolf scholarship has expanded to include a great variety of interests: historical and cultural studies; feminist and gender studies; postcolonial studies; language and genre studies; and studies with a multitude of other foci such as influence and intertextuality, global reception, constructions of modernism and postmodernism, to name but a few. In recent years, one of the most productive fields of inquiry has involved scholarly work on original manuscripts and variant editions. Despite the ever-growing catalogue of writers in the large corpus of English literature, the writings of Virginia Woolf give every evidence of providing a continuing meeting place for scholars and readers around the world.
The International Virginia
Woolf Society is devoted to encouraging and facilitating the scholarly
study of, critical attention to, and general interest in, the work and
career ofVirginia Woolf, and to facilitate ways in which all people interested
in her writings--scholars, critics, teachers, students, and common readers--may
learn from one another, meet together, contact each other, and help one
another. Find out more about our organization, activities, and Virginia
Woolf herself by following the links below.
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