Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Course Description

This graduate seminar explores a chronological selection of Virginia Woolf’s works, viewed  through numerous theoretical lenses, with special emphasis on phenomenological, feminist, and space/place approaches.  Sustained attention will be paid to interdisciplinary perspectives which link Woolf to a variety of other arts, to research opportunities in digital archives, and to participation in the lively international Virginia Woolf Community.  Students will be encouraged to bring in and adapt critical/theoretical contexts from other RCID classes to produce original, inventive  interpretations of Woolf’s work.   For the RCID program, this course will provide background for subsequent work with Dr. Holmevik in producing a serious game based on Woolf and her circle.

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