[Vwoolf] Teaching Orlando

Neverow, Vara S. neverowv1 at southernct.edu
Thu Jul 18 14:00:33 EDT 2019

And the students could read Pamela Caughie's brief essay in Michael Lackey and Todd Avery's special topic in the Issue 93 of the Miscellany!



Vara Neverow
Department of English
Southern Connecticut State University
New Haven, CT 06515
neverowv1 at southernct.edu

From: Vwoolf <vwoolf-bounces+neverowv1=southernct.edu at lists.osu.edu> on behalf of Mark Hussey via Vwoolf <vwoolf at lists.osu.edu>
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Subject: Re: [Vwoolf] Teaching Orlando

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 grateful!



Kristin Czarnecki

President, International Virginia Woolf Society

Professor of English

Georgetown College, Pawling Hall 110

Georgetown, KY 40324


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