Virginia Woolf Society Conference and AGM 2016

WoolfVirginia Woolf: Annotating Woolf

Saturday 9 April 2016, Court Room, Senate House

Lunch and refreshments will be provided.

*NB: There is no charge to VWS Members attending the AGM only.

This conference will look at the challenges of producing new editions of Virginia Woolf's novels and, in particular, the Cambridge University Press editions of her first three novels.

10:30am Dr. Emma Sutton, University of St. Andrews, editor of the Cambridge University Press edition of The Voyage Out
11:30am Tea/coffee break
12:00pm Dr. Michael Whitworth, Merton College, Oxford, editor of the Cambridge University Press edition of Night and Day
1:00pm Lunch
1:45pm AGM (Virginia Woolf Society Members only)
2:15pm Stuart Clarke, editor of the Cambridge University Press edition of Jacob's Room
3:15pm Tea/coffee break and end of conference

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. 

For more information see:


  • £20 Virginia Woolf Society & IES Members/Students/Concessions
  • £25 Non-members standard

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