International Virginia Woolf Society Panel on "Virginia Woolf and Portraiture" at Modern Language Association Annual Convention, December 27-30, 2005, Washington, D.C. Woolf grew up surrounded by portraits and Bloomsbury played a key role in the transformation of portraiture and life-writing in the first decades of the twnetieth century; both forms preoccupy Woolf. Portraiture in/and the novels and non-fiction; the NPG and the DNB as cultural institutions; Julia Margaret Cameron and portrait photography; portraiture and cinema; Modernism and portraiture.
Elizabeth Hirsh, University of South Florida, Dept. of English, CPR 107, Tampa 33620 and Ben Harvey, Mississippi State U., Dept. of Art, 102 Freeman Hall, Mississippi State, MS 39762. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com
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