[Vwoolf] Teaching Orlando

mhussey at verizon.net mhussey at verizon.net
Thu Jul 18 11:57:32 EDT 2019

I'd recommend (for you to prep, not to have students read) Pamela Caughie's
"The Temporality of Modernist Life Writing in the Era of Transsexualism:
Virginia Woolf's Orlando and Einar Wegener's Man into Woman," Modern Fiction
Studies (Fall 2013): 501-525.


From: Vwoolf <vwoolf-bounces+mhussey=verizon.net at lists.osu.edu> On Behalf Of
Kristin Czarnecki via Vwoolf
Sent: Wednesday, July 17, 2019 11:13 AM
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Subject: [Vwoolf] Teaching Orlando


Good morning,


I'll be teaching our Honors Research Seminar for first-year students this
fall for the first time. It includes a substantial unit on the humanities in
which we read Orlando. Students will complete several assignments related to
the story, context, annotations, etc., and write a research paper in which
they defend an argument about a theme/symbol/image--the usual fare but for
some of our strongest students who need to hone these skills early for
future Honors classes & such. If anyone has any suggestions, I'd be






Kristin Czarnecki

President, International Virginia Woolf Society

Professor of English

Georgetown College, Pawling Hall 110

Georgetown, KY 40324



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