We are very happy to announce “Feminist Woolf”, a day conference on Woolf’s Resistance to feminism, to be held on September 23rd, 2017, with the support of the French Woolf Society (SEW), the Gendermed network and the LERMA. This event was partly funded by the UFR ALLSH too. We would like to take the opportunity to thank all our partners for their continued support.
We hope many of you will be able to join us at 10 at the Maison de la Recherche (Salle de colloque 1), 29 Avenue Schuman.
The poster is already available and as we wait for our brochure to be finalised, here is the provisional programme.
Feminist Woolf – Day Conference of SEW/ Horizon/ Lerma in Aix-en-Provence
Maison de la Recherche, 29 avenue Schuman, Salle colloque 1.
10h: Welcome speech by Sophie Vallas (LERMA) and Nicolas Boileau / Claire Davison (SEW/ Horizon)
10h15-11h15: Maryam Thirriard (AMU) “Orlando: On Being Written into a Woman”
Valérie Favre (Lyon 2), “A Room of One’s Own’s Resistance to Feminist Interpretations”
11h15-11h30: Coffee break
11h30-12h30: Derek Ryan (University of Kent), ‘Women, Animals and Biography; or Woolf’s Resistance to “monstrous egotism”
12h30-13h30: Lunch break
13h30-14h30: Jane Goldman (University of Glasgow)
14h30-15h30: Cristina Carluccio (Salento, Italy) “Femininity and Anonymity in “Street Haunting”: The Sympathetic Detour of an Irresponsible Desire.”
and Virginie Podvin (UBO) “Le féminisme de Virginia Woolf en question, entre critique du modèle patriarcal et neutralité de l’écriture”
15h30-16h00: Coffee break
16h-16h30: N. Boileau (AMU) – “Reflections about Singularity, Subjectivity and the Collective Actions of Feminism(s) in Woolf’s Writings”
16h30-17h45: ‘`Thinking back through our mothers? – Woolf and Feminism from Women’s Studies to Post-Feminism and Gender Trouble’
Round table chaired by Randi De Guilhem with Nicole Ward Jouve, Jane Goldman, Derek Ryan and Claire Davison