IVWS Spring Virtual Event
Featuring a Panel of the 2021/2022 Angelica Garnett Undergraduate Essay Prize Recipients
Date: 24 March 2023
Time: 2:00–3:30pm EDT (New York)/6:00–7:30pm GMT (London)
(The event will take place over Zoom. Members will be sent a Zoom link via email ahead of the event. The event will be recorded and made available to IVWS members.)
Save the date! The IVWS is excited to announce the first ever special event featuring researchers whose work earned them “first place” or “runner up” recognition for the Angelica Garnett Undergraduate Essay Prize. The prize launched in January of 2015 (in honor of , and since then undergraduate researchers have competed to earn an annual cash prize and publication in an issue of the Virginia Woolf Miscellany. The event will include presentations by the winner of the 2021 Prize and the winner and a runner-up of the 2022 Prize.
The event will run like a conference panel. Each presenter will speak for 12–15 minutes, sharing a version of the paper they submitted to the 2021 or 2022 contest. Pamela Caughie, who has agreed to serve as a respondent, will then follow up and discuss the papers with the presenters before we open the session to general Q&A with all attendees. Here is our line-up of speakers and presentation titles:
Eleanor Clark (Merton College, University of Oxford) “Breaking the silence?”: Talking, Speaking and the Dissipation of Meaning in Virginia Woolf’s Novels
Jasmine Woodcock (Huddersfield University), Predicting the Present: Orlando is Trans*
Gabriela Zetehaku (Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina), “In this book I practice writing”: Virginia Woolf’s Diary-keeping Practice and the Creative Process of Mrs. Dalloway
Note: Read more about Eleanor Clark and Jasmine Woodcock’s award-winning papers here. Read Gabriela’s winning essay in issue 99 of the Virginia Woolf Miscellany (pp. 42–44).