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Reading Woolf in Europe
Reading Woolf in Europe aims to foster a critical discussion on the cultural mediation of Woolf in European countries and languages with specific focus on how literary institutions (publishing houses and book series, literary periodicals), literary agents (translators, literary agents, editors), and the composite sociocultural factors driving the selection, production, and publication of Woolf’s works “socially framed” the reading of her works and shaped her readers through processes of popularization and canonization in the literary systems in Europe.
Keynote speakers: Claire Davison (Professor of Modernist Studies at Université Sorbonne Nouvelle), Nadia Fusini (Professor of Comparative Literature at Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa), Daniel Göske (Professor for American Literature at Universität Kassel), and Laura Lojo-Rodríguez (Senior lecturer at the University of Santiago de Compostela).
Organizers: Elisa Bolchi, Daniela La Penna, Nicola Wilson
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For further details, please visit: https://research.reading.ac.uk/italian-woolf/conference/
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