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Mount English Professor Joins Editorial Board of “Woolf Studies Annual”

Academics, English, School of Arts & Humanities, Department of English & Modern Languages

File Under: department of english and modern languages, virginia woolf

Drew Shannon, Associate Professor of English at the Mount, was recently invited  to join the Editorial Board of Woolf Studies Annual, a prestigious, peer-reviewed journal published out of Pace University in New York City.  Virginia Woolf (1882-1941) was one of the most important British writers of the twentieth century, the author of such works as Mrs. Dalloway, A Room of One's Own, and To the Lighthouse, and is the focus of an international scholarly community. 

Dr. Shannon has been an active Woolf scholar for the past decade, presenting at annual Woolf conferences both in the United States and the United Kingdom, and is currently the Historian/Bibliographer for the International Virginia Woolf Society.  He is at work on a book-length study of Virginia Woolf's diary, entitled The Deep Old Desk: A Biography of the Diary of Virginia Woolf.

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