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Woolf’s Toggling as Visual Philosophy: Now in Print

Read my new essay, “Woolf in the Background: Distance as Visual Philosophy, Then and Now,” a chapter in the now-released collection on Mobility, Spatiality, and Resistance in Literary and Political Discourse. In this essay, I establish Woolf’s perceptive technique of “toggling” between foregrounds and backgrounds in Orlando. This way of writing reinforces and illustrates Woolf’s greater ontology of depth and betweenness:


Hurston Fall Webinar Series

Join the Hurston Fall Webinar Series hosted by The University of Kansas. The starting webinar on October 1st hosts acclaimed biographer Valerie Boyd in her discussion of “The Afterlife of a Biography.” Free Registration and Open Admission.

Noon-1:30 p.m. Oct. 1