Virginia Woolf and Heritage
Edited by Jane deGay, Tom Breckin, and Anne Reus
Anne Reus is a PhD student at Leeds Trinity University. Her thesis examines Virginia Woolf’ s representations of nineteenth-century women writers, focusing on the ways in which Victorian biographical narratives mediate Woolf’ s responses to them, and the impact this has on her conception of female professional authorship.
Jane de Gay is a member of the Editorial Board of the Woolf Studies Annual. She gave the Virginia Woolf Birthday Lecture (for the Virginia Woolf Society of Great Britain) on ‘ Virginia Woolf and the Clergy’ in 2009 and was an invited plenary speaker at the 17th Annual Virginia Woolf Conference, Miami University, Ohio, June 2007.
Tom Breckin is a PhD student at Leeds Trinity University, working on a thesis that explores Virginia Woolf’ s literary connections with the Victorian era. The research focuses particularly on Woolf’ s relationship with Sir Leslie Stephen, as both her father and as a fellow writer. Tom was co-organizer of the 26th Annual Virginia Woolf conference on ‘ Virginia Woolf and Heritage’ at Leeds Trinity University 16-19 June 2016.
Size: 239 x 163 mm
Publication: June 8, 2017
Series: Clemson University Press: Woolf Selected Papers