H.D. (Hilda Doolittle) International Society

Photos of H.D. from throughout her life, courtesy of the Beinecke Library Digital Collections and New Directions Publishing Corp. Images include undated images of H.D. bathed in sunlight in floral dress, H.D. in Egypt in 1923 standing before a partially ruined sculpture of a seated couple, H.D. with a ribbon in her hair, H.D., Norman Holmes Pearson, and Bryher seated before the Sterling Library at Yale University in September 1956, and H.D. seated on a rocky hill wearing pants and a jacket and possibly a beret.

H.D. (Hilda Doolittle)

This is the official website of the international scholarly society dedicated to modernist writer H.D. (1886-1961). H.D. International Society Co-Chairs are Dr. Rebecca Walsh at NC State University and Dr. Celena E. Kusch at USC Upstate.

H.D. Society Membership. Information about the Society, membership, and the H.D. email listserv.

News and Calls for Papers. This blog-based page includes news, updates, events, and calls for abstracts and papers for H.D.-related scholarly and cultural events.

H.D.’s Life. Brief biographical information, Louis Silverstein’s extensive chronology of H.D.’s life, and the H.D. Biography Wiki of teaching and research resources.

H.D.’s Writings. A bibliography, including links to digitized texts by H.D.. links to electronic audio/image/text files of H.D.’s work, and the H.D. Trilogy Wiki of teaching and research resources.

Writings about H.D. Reading suggestions for those new to H.D., articles and reviews, periodicals devoted to study of H.D. and her circle, including the H.D. Newsletter and H.D.’s Web, and links to creative work inspired by H.D.

H.D. in the Archives. Resources for researching H.D.’s materials in the archives of the Beinecke Special Collections Library and other collections in the US and UK, and information about the contents of H.D.’s own libraries.

Teaching H.D. Books, Web pages, and resources related to teaching H.D.’s writings.

H.D.’s Circle. Links to other electronic resources devoted to the study of H.D.’s circle, including Bryher, Marianne Moore, Ezra Pound, Richard Aldington, Kenneth MacPherson, Robert McAlmon, Dorothy Richardson, Sylvia Beach, and others.

H.D. in Popular Culture. Links to fun and fantastic signs of H.D. in popular culture.

Last updated on 9 Apr. 2017.

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4 thoughts on “H.D. (Hilda Doolittle) International Society”

  1. Marsha Bryant (UF English) and Mary Ann Eaverly (UF Classics) will be co-presenting on H.D., Muriel Rukeyser, and Agnes Nemes Nagy at Poetry By The Sea: A Global Conference (May 26-29, 2015). Their slide talk “Beyond Isis: Women Poets, Ancient Egypt, and Social Crisis” takes place on Tuesday afternoon, May 26.

  2. Greetings from England.

    I am writing my dissertation on The Influence of Sappho on HD and am glad to find your site.

    Best regards

    Marie

    Goldsmiths, University of London

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