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*AUTHOR-APPROVED* The first collection to bring together contemporary and classic writings on queer Bloomsbury This anthology presents fifteen wide-ranging readings that trace the cultural, ideological and aesthetic facets of the Bloomsbury Group's development as a queer subculture. In addition to new essays by widely recognized Bloomsbury scholars, five important ground-breaking essays are republished here, including Carolyn Heilbrun's germinal 1968 essay on the sexual dissidence of the Bloomsbury Group and Christopher Reed's influential 1991 essay exposing homophobia among academic scholars…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
*AUTHOR-APPROVED* The first collection to bring together contemporary and classic writings on queer Bloomsbury This anthology presents fifteen wide-ranging readings that trace the cultural, ideological and aesthetic facets of the Bloomsbury Group's development as a queer subculture. In addition to new essays by widely recognized Bloomsbury scholars, five important ground-breaking essays are republished here, including Carolyn Heilbrun's germinal 1968 essay on the sexual dissidence of the Bloomsbury Group and Christopher Reed's influential 1991 essay exposing homophobia among academic scholars writing about the group. Also included are rarely seen reproductions of Duncan Grant's work from the Charleston archives as well as Dora Carrington's work from archives and a private collection. Queer Bloomsbury provides substantive information on the queer philosophical and ethical underpinnings of the Bloomsbury Group. Brenda Helt is an Independent Scholar and Fine Artist with a PhD in English and Feminist Studies from the University of Minnesota. Her recent publications include an award-winning essay on Woolf in Twentieth-Century Literature (Spring 2010) and a chapter in The Cambridge Companion to H.D. (2012). Madelyn Detloff is Associate Professor of English and Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies at Miami University in Ohio. She is author of The Persistence of Modernism: Loss and Mourning in the Twentieth Century (2009) and The Value of Woolf (2016).
Autorenporträt
Brenda Helt is an Independent Scholar with a PhD in English and Feminist Studies from the University of Minnesota. She has taught courses in English and Queer Studies at The Ohio State University, the University of Minnesota, and Metropolitan State University, St. Paul, MN. Her recent publications include an award-winning essay on Woolf in Twentieth Century Literature and an essay in The Cambridge Companion to H.D. She co-edited (with Madelyn Detloff) a special issue of the Virginia Woolf Miscellany titled "Queering Woolf." She is now a full-time fine artist in San Diego, and painted the cover for Queer Bloomsbury. Madelyn Detloff is Associate Professor of English and Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at Miami University. She is author of The Value of Woolf (Cambridge UP), The Persistence of Modernism: Loss and Mourning in the Twentieth Century (Cambridge UP), and several essays on queer and feminist theory, modernism, and feminist studies. She is the former Vice President of the International Virginia Woolf Society and former co-chair of the H.D. International Society.