UNIVERSITY OF LONDON
CENTRE FOR ENGLISH STUDIES
INSTITUTES OF ROMANCE AND GERMANIC STUDIES
SCHOOL OF ADVANCED STUDY
Friday 9 October 1998
Virginia Woolf: her Reception in Europe
A Colloquium of the Research Project on the Reception of British Authors in Europe
Sponsored by the British Academy
This colloquium initiated the Research Projectís volume on Virginia Woolf in the multi-volumed series published by ATHLONE PRESS. We are concerned with the main phases of the Reception process: reading and critical reception, by writers and critics, translators, and the reading public.
10.30 REGISTRATION AND COFFEE
11.00 Pierre-Eric Villeneuve (University of Toronto): 'The Intellectual Reception of Virginia Woolf in France'
12.00 Joyce Crick (University College London): 'Virginia Woolf in Two Germanies'
13.00 LUNCH (Own Arrangements)
14.15 Laura Marcus (Birkbeck College London): 'The European Connections of the Hogarth Press'
15.15 Panel: Translators of Virginia Woolf
17.00 Frank Kermode (University of Cambridge): '"The Common Reader": Woolf and others'
This seminar was part of the two year CES/IHR Research Seminar 'Reading: Histories and Theories
Organiser: Elinor Shaffer, F.B.A.,Project Director (School of Advanced Study, University of London)
Venue: School of Advanced Study, Senate House (3rd Floor), Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU
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