The registration fees for Virginia Woolf: Writing the World are as follows:
Regular Registration: $190
Special Registration (students, independent scholars, emeritus or part-time faculty): $100
One-Day Registration: $40 (one-day registration is only available for those not presenting or moderating)
Late fee of $20 will be added to the Regular and Special registration fees after 4/15/14.
Full registration will include a variety of events and opportunities organized to take advantage of Chicago’s unique cultural landmarks and the cross-disciplinarity of Woolf studies.*
Sina Queyras’ Poetry off the Shelf: A Woolf-Inspired Reading at The Poetry Foundation (Space is limited and reservations will be granted on a first-come, first-served basis.)
The Newberry Library’s special Bloomsbury Exhibit (Space is limited and reservations will be granted on a first-come, first-served basis.)
A performance of Anna Henson’s The Glass Inward
A performance of Suzanne Bellamy’s Two Saints in One Act
Complimentary tickets to Sarah Ruhl’s Orlando, directed by Ann Shanahan, Loyola University Chicago
Seminars by leading Woolf scholars (Space is limited and reservations will be granted on a first-come, first-served basis.)
Two evening receptions as well as breakfasts and snack breaks
Conference registrants will have the opportunity to attend the following events at an additional cost.
A banquet in the Mundelein Center near Loyola’s beautiful lakefront. Banquet price: $50.
A tour of The Art Institute of Chicago’s Modern Wing guided by Loyola University Chicago’s Paula Wisotzki. Tour price: $18. (Space is limited and reservations will be granted on a first-come, first-served basis.)
IMPORTANT: please note that
Conference participants who have not registered and paid the registration fee by 4/15/2014 will not be included in the printed program.
Conference registration fees are nonrefundable.
*Please see our Special Events and Seminars pages for dates, details, and descriptions of the exhibits, tours, readings, performances, and seminars scheduled during the conference.