Helen Southworth

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Helen Southworth is a Professor in the English Department at the University of Oregon.  She was Professor of Literature at the Clark Honors College, also at the University of Oregon, from 2001 until 2019.  Her work spans a variety of topics including modernism, print culture, magazines, Virginia Woolf and biography. She edited Leonard and Virginia Woolf, The Hogarth Press and the Networks of Modernism (Edinburgh UP 2010). She is also author of The Intersecting Realities and Fictions of Virginia Woolf and Colette (Ohio State UP 2004) and numerous articles and book chapters, and editor of Woolf and the Art of Exploration (Clemson UP 2006).  Helen's Fresca: A Life in the Making (Sussex Academic Press), the story of her quest to reconstruct the life of Hogarth Press author Francesca Allinson, was published in 2017 alongside Scholarly Adventures in the Digital Humanities (Palgrave), co-authored with her MAPP colleagues.  When not at her desk, Helen is on her bike or on a trail with her dog, Chuy.


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