7:15-8:30 a.m. Continental breakfast and registration, BC lobby
7:30-8:30 a.m. Meeting of Virginia Woolf Society (Room 205)
8:30-10 a.m. Concurrent panels #3 (themes and locations as follows:)
(1) Woolf and Women Visual Artists (Room 205)Sixto Torres, Clemson University (chair)
Ellen Blaney, New York University, "A Shadow Here, a Light There:Revisioning the Sister in the Feminism of Virginia Woolf"
Jeanette Mirjam Osthus, University of Bonn, "'Wordless voices, breaking the silence'--Virginia Woolf, Vanessa Bell and the Early Years of the Hogarth Press: An Analysis of Text and Illustrations in Kew Gardens"
Geneviéve Sanchis Morgan, University of California at Davis, "Pouring out Tea and Emptying Chamber Pots: Woolf, Carrington, and the Creation of a Domestic Front"
Dagmar Stuehrk Corrigan, University of Houston, "Art of the Moment in To the Lighthouse and in the Art of Judy Chicago"
(2) Woolf in the Photographic Scene, Woolf and the Photographic Seen (Recital Hall 117) Karen Schiff and Sue Sun Yom, University of Pennsylvania (joint chairs)
"Cindy Sherman's 'History Portraits'--Orlando in the '90s"
"My Own Virginia Woolf (A Photographic Interlude)"
"Virginia Woolf, Julia Margaret Cameron, and the Atmospheric Image"
"Who's Setting the Scene? An Interactive Photography Session"
(3) Semiotics of Dressing (Room 206) Elisa Sparks, Clemson University (chair)
Diana Royer, Miami University, "A Semiotics of Apparel in Three Woolf Novels"
Laura Edson, New York University, "Foundation Garments: Clothing as Structure in Mrs. Dalloway"
Stacy Thompson, Purdue University, "Orlando and the Lack of Recognizable Constructions of Gender: Why Orlando’s Clothing Doesn't Fit"
Michele Hilton, Acadia University, "The Naked Truth: Dressing and Expressing the Self in Orlando"
(4) Woolf and Contemporary Women Writers (Brooks Theater Dress Circle) Kevin Dettmar, Clemson University (chair)
Rebecca Stephens, Carlow College, "Envisioning Audience: Jeanette Winterson and Virginia Woolf"
Lucille Lawrence, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, "Love Is Love, Isn't It?: Transcending Gender and Sexuality in Woolf and Winterson"
Ann Gibaldi Campbell, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, "Zoe's Book or Possession by the Woolf"
Jacqueline Wilkotz, Towson State University, “Allusive Arts: Elizabeth Taylor's Homage to Virginia Woolf"
(5) Between the Acts (Room 108) Svetlana Drachova, Clemson University (chair)
Mary Ellen Braun, California State University, Bakersfield, "Airborne Contrapuntal Forms: Birds and Aeroplanes in Between the Acts"
Meg Albrinck, University of Wisconsin, Madison, "'A Painful Jolt in Perspective': Generic Disruption as Political Act in Virginia Woolf's Later Work"
Traci S. Smrcka, University of Southwestern Louisiana,"Transforming Women: Virginia Woolf's Prophetic Vision in Between the Acts"
Nicoletta Pireddu, University of California, Los Angeles, "Woolf's last pageant: acting, reacting, reenacting in Between the Acts"
(6) Woolf and Philosophical Trends (Room 218) Marilyn Zucker, Seattle Central Community College (chair)
Tracey Sherard, Washington State University, "Voyage Through the Waves: Woolf's Kaleidoscope of the 'Unpresentable'"
Michael A. Torok, University of Southwestern Louisiana,"Virginia Woolf's The Waves as a Study in Existential Writing, or Is Bernard an Existential Hero?"
Timothy J. Wager, University of California, Santa Barbara ,"Becoming intellectual in Bloomsbury: Towards an Alternative to Individual and Class Histories"
Marilyn Zucker, Seattle Central Community College, "Writing the Woman's Body: Woolf's Material Metaphors"
(7) Writing and Texts (Room 115) James Andreas, Clemson University (chair)
L. M. Brosnan, University of Salford, "'Words Fail Me': Virginia Woolf and the Wireless"
Ted Taylor, Rutgers University, "The Textual Self"
Sheila Deane, University of Western Ontario, "'The words escaped her': From the Diaries to Between the Acts"
10-10:30 a.m. Coffee break
10:30 a.m.-12* International Symposium 5: Far Eastern (BC Theater) Patricia Laurence, City College, CUNY (chair)