Virginia Woolf: Images, Archives and Memories

Saturday, 1 April 2017, 10.00am - 4.00pm, Chancellor's Hall, Senate House

This conference will look at images, archives and memories relating to Virginia Woolf and her publications. It is hoped to have an exhibition of Gwen Raverat’s work alongside the conference.

There is no charge for those just attending the AGM.


10.00am    Registration

10.30am    Dr Hana Leaper, Editorial Assistant and Postdoctoral Fellow at the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies on British Art

                  '"Painting and writing have much to tell each other": Exploring Bell's Images for Woolf's Words'

11.30am    Tea and coffee break

12.00pm    Dr Nicola Wilson, Lecturer in Book and Publishing Studies, University of Reading

                  'The Hogarth Press Archive'

1.00pm     Lunch 

1.45pm     AGM (Free, but only open to VWSGB Members)

2.15pm     William Pryor

                 'Woolf and My Raverat Grandparents'

3.15pm     Tea and conference end


  • £27.50 Non-members standard rate
  • £22.50 Virginia Woolf Society members / students and concessions

Virginia Woolf Conference Registration Form

The Virginia Woolf Society of Great Britain is a non-profit organisation formed in August 1998 which aims to raise the profile of Virginia Woolf and promote the reading and discussion of her works. The Society produces the Virginia Woolf Bulletin three times a year (January, May and September), as well as a number of other publications. Woolf-related events and talks are held throughout the year. 

The Society has made available for purchase a series of essays previously published in its bulletin. The essays, which cover themes such as the body, modernism, feminism, and Joyce's Ulysses, among others, can be purchased for a reduced cost of £4 directly from the Society. For more information, please contact Stuart N. Clarke by post at Virginia Woolf Bulletin, Fairhaven, Charnleys Lane, Banks, SOUTHPORT PR9 8HJ, or via email at

List of available essays

For more information see:

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