Inspired by a discussion of Night and Day with my Senior Capstone students (Fall 2019). Night and Day (1919)Virginia Woolf Chapter 1: The One with Mr.
When faced with the challenge of teaching Alan Hollinghurst’s The Stranger’s Child a few weeks ago, I watched the following conversation with Michael Williams as part of my course preparation:
More on the 2015 Woolf conference in Bloomsburg! Great photos, links, and summaries of attended panels. Blogging Woolf Conference organizer Julie Vandivere and student intern
I miss so much of it already. I love teaching at URI, and there’s plenty of writing and revising I need to do this summer. I
I’m teaching White Teeth right now in my Contemporary Literature summer course at URI, so I’ve been binge-watching and -listening to recorded interviews and dialogues with Zadie Smith. I
(Glance at this first.) From Chapter Four of Orlando (1928) (in which Orlando returns to England as a woman…): “Gentle creature,” cried the Archduchess, falling on one knee and