Interdisciplinary/multidisciplinary woolf : selected papers from the Twenty-Second Annual International Conference on Virginia Woolf, University of Saskatchewan Saskatoon, Canada 7-10 June, 2012 / edited by Ann Martin and Kathryn Holland.

Clemson, South Carolina : Clemson University Digital Press, 2013.
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Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf (22nd : 2012 : University of Saskatchewan)

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Woolf, Virginia, 1882-1941 -- Criticism and interpretation -- Congresses.
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This is an eddited collection from acclaimed contemporary Woolf scholars, linking link inter- and multidisciplinary scholarship to the intellectual and creative projects of Virginia Woolf and her modernist peers.
Introduction to Interdisciplinary / multidisciplinary Woolf / Ann Martin and Kahryn Holland . History, materiality, multiplicity : Multidisciplinary Woolf / multiple Woolfs / Maggie Humm
Woolf, history, us / Melba Cuddy-Keane
"Full of experiments and reforms" : Virginia Woolf, John Maynard Keynes, and the impossibility of economic modeling / Alice Keane
Desiring statues and ambiguous sexualities in Jacob's room / Vara Neverow
Challenging the family script : Woolf, the Stephen family, and Victorian evangelical theology / Jane de Gay
History as scaffolding : Woolf's use of The Times in The years / Eleanor McNees
Vincent van Gogh, Virginia Woof, and old shoes : a cross-cultural iconography of historical trauma from the Great War to the Iraq War / Marlene A. Briggs
Stopped at the border : Virginia Woolf and the criminalization of dissent in democratic societies / J. Ashley Foster
"Q. And babies? A. And babies": on pacifism, visual trauma, and the body heap / Conor Tomas Reed
Photography, history, and memoir of the Spanish Civil War: interdisciplinary views / Lolly J. Ockerstrom. Patterns, practices, principles : "Waving to Virginia" / Brenda R. Silver
Woolf, Defoe, Derrida : interdisciplinary dogs
or the canine aesthetics and (gender) politics of creativity / Jane Goldman
"The law is on the side of the normal" : Virginia Woolf as crip theorist / Madelyn Detloff
A healing centre of one's own : Woolf's legacy and public responses to child abuse / Marie Lovrod and Karen Wood
Sunflower suture : disseminating the garden in The years / Elisa Kay Sparks
"One must be scientific" : natural history and ecology in Mrs. Dalloway / Sarah Dunlap
Clarissa's glacial skepticism : John Tyndall and "Deep Time" in Mrs. Dalloway / Catherine W. Hollis
Apollonian illusion and dionysian truth in Mrs. Dalloway / Michael J. Horacki. Art, influence, embodiment : "Time has whizzed back an inch or two on its reel": relating Virginia Woolf and Emily Carr through vintage postcards, Lily Broscoe, Mrs. McNab, and the cinematic time of To the lighthouse / Leslie Kathleen Hankins
Speaking citizen to citizen in a time of war : Miss La Trobe's use of parabasis in her historical pageant / Kathleen Wall
Work as salvation: Eureka's Angel in the house, a director's experience / Charlie Peters
Drawing as thinking : a visual response to To the lighthouse / Sarah Blake
Performing feminism, transmitting affect : Isadora Duncan, Virginia Woolf, and the politics of movement / Kimberly Engdahl Coates
Virginia Woolf and Clarice Lispector : thinking back through Brazilian mothers / Maria Aparecide de Oliviera
Mystical gibberish or renegade discourse?: poetic language according to Orlando / Christopher Brown
Selves and othes as narrative participants in Woolf's novels / Kyle Robertson. Publishing, politics, publics : "The most unaccountable of machinery": The Orlando Project produces a textbase of one's own / Susan Brown, Patricia Clements, and Isobel Grundy
The hotel at the end of the universe / Steven D. Putzel
Globalization, inter connectivity, and anti-imperialism : Leonard Woolf, the Hogarth Press, and Kenya / Jeanne Dubino
Chinese eyes and muddled Armenians : the Hogarth Press and British racial discourse / Adam Barrows
"No one wants biography": the Hogarth Press classifies Orlando / Claire Battershill
There goes the bride : Virginia Woolf, Julia Strachey , and the Hogarth Press / Diane F. Gillespie
Redefining Woolf for the 1990"s : producing and promoting the "Definitive collected edition" / Elizabeth Willson Gordon
The believers : writers publishing for readers, or preliminary musings on the Hogarth Press and McSweeney's / Aurelia Mahood
The Woolfs in print and online : a university press in transition / Wayne Chapman.
Selected conference papers.
Includes bibliographical references at the end of each chapters.
Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (ebrary, viewed February 23, 2017).
Martin, Ann, editor.
Holland, Kathryn, editor.