ENG670 202003 Graduate

Term: 
Spring 2021
Course: 
ENG 670
Applies To: 
Graduate
Course Description: 

Recent offerings include H. James, Modernist Politics, Environmental Humanities, Postmodernism. Repeatable.

Sections: 
Title: 
Modern Literature: Virginia Woolf
Instructors: 

Helen Southworth

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  • Title: Professor
  • Phone: 541-346-2642
  • Office: 323 Chapman Hall
  • Office Hours: F21: not teaching ENG courses; no office hours
Department Section Description: 

Virginia Woolf and the Making of Modernism. On the eve of the centenary of Modernism's annus mirabilis, 1922, we'll consider Virginia Woolf's contribution to the making of modernism.  We'll explore her work as writer, as editor at the Hogarth Press, as journalist, and as celebrity, and her engagement with a rich local and global intellectual scene.  Readings will include a selection of Woolf's major novels, short stories and essays.  We will also delve into her autobiographical writings, including her letters and diaries.

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