Welcome to The Modernist Archives Publishing Project (MAPP): a critical digital archive of early twentieth-century publishers, beginning with Leonard and Virginia Woolf's Hogarth Press.  

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Posted by Alice Staveley on 08/14/2015 - 04:31

Welcome to our August post from MAPP!  I'll begin recursively, taking us back two months.  June offered up one of the annual delights for us as Woolf scholars: the 25th Annual Virginia Woolf Conference organized by the supremely hospitable and well-organized Julie Vandivere and held this year at Bloomsburg University in Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania, a beautiful, quintessentially 'leafy-green' college campus in rural Pennsylvania where we felt warmly welcomed not only by the university, but also the entire town (never before has a downtown cinema welcomed conference goers by name and with Woolf's own inimitable visage in blinking bright lights).   206 speakers attended, from 5 continents, and 14 countries.  4 of the 6 MAPP team members (Alice, Elizabeth, Helen, and Nicola) were delighted to have the chance to meet in situ again after a year of Google Hang-Outs.

Posted by Claire Battershill on 08/11/2015 - 12:56

We’ve had a busy past few months here at MAPP attending conferences and workshops on both sides of the Atlantic. I’ll do a quick round-up here of the papers we’ve given and the discussions we’ve enjoyed at each of these events. 

Posted by Claire Battershill on 07/01/2015 - 17:25

Welcome to our brand new project blog!

First of all, if you’re wondering what MAPP is all about, you can head to the “About” page, where you’ll find a brief description of the project. 

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