Connecting with Virginia Woolf | WVIA

Connecting with Virginia Woolf

Posted by WVIA Admin on

74 years after Virginia Woolf succumbed to mental illness, the great modernist writer continues to connect with readers today.  As testament to her relevance, scholars from 14 countries spanning 5 continents gathered at Bloomsburg University for the 25th Annual International Conference that celebrates her contribution.

Resources

To learn more about Virginia Woolf, you can visit the Virginia Woolf Society webpage at www.virginiawoolfsociety.co.uk

See more about the 25th annual Virginia Woolf Conference at www.woolf.bloomu.edu

Award-winning playwright and actress, Ellen McLaughlin, shares some advice on how to pursue a career in the arts here

 

If you are experiencing depression call the toll-free, 24-hour hotline of the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255) to be connected to a trained counselor at a suicide crisis center nearest you.  Or call your doctor, call 911 for emergency services, or go to the nearest hospital emergency room.

If your family member is experiencing mental health issues, you can find helpful resources at  www.nami.org/Find-Support/Family-Members-and-Caregivers

 

staytuned_returnhome.jpg

pbs.pngnpr.pngpbskids.png
listenlive_fulllength.jpg cove_spacer.png
Now Playing on WVIA-FM

        

nprnews5.jpg

Petya Ransomware Hits At Least 65 Countries; Microsoft Traces It To Tax Software

An updated version of Petya has the ability to worm through computer networks, gathering passwords and credentials...

#NPRHotPot: Share Your Food Memories With Us

Post a video or photo of a favorite dish on Instagram or Twitter with the hashtag #NPRHotPot from now until August 1....

Her Mother Taught Her To Make This Filipino Dish. Now She'll Teach You

Like many girls around the world, Wilma Consul had kitchen duty growing up in the Philippines — and resented it. But...

This GOP Health Bill Proposes New Limits To Medical Malpractice Awards

The bill H.R. 1215 would limit awards for non-economic damages — such as pain and suffering — to $250,000. President...

Just 17 Percent Of Americans Approve Of Republican Senate Health Care Bill

In a new NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll, 55 percent of Americans say they disapprove of the Senate GOP bill to repeal...

Trump Fails To Reach Beyond Base, As Independents' Disapproval Grows

An NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll finds that independents were willing to give President Trump a chance once he took...

reserve3.png artscene_header.png