The first English-language collection of essays from the 2013 H.D. and Modernity Conference in Paris are now available. H.D. and Modernity, edited by Hélène Aji, Antoine Cazé, Agnès Derail-Imbert, and Clément Oudart, includes essays by Marc Porée, Hélène Aji, Marina Camboni, Antoine Cazé, Richard Cole, Claire Connileau, Sara Dunton, Michael Heller, Nicholas Manning, Clément Oudart,… Continue reading H.D. and Modernity 2013 Paris Conference Collection Released
Nic Sebastian has posted the final results of a year-long voice project to “know” H.D.’s Helen in Egypt by voicing it. The result is a fully indexed and organized audio version of H.D.’s 1961 poem. This audio project is authorized by New Directions Press, and it would make a lovely complement to those teaching all… Continue reading Voice project: ‘Helen in Egypt’
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CFP: Pound’s Presence in H.D. and Bryher’s Writing The Ezra Pound Society and the H.D. Society invite abstracts for this non-guaranteed session at MLA 15. Pound’s direct impact upon H.D.’s writing is not limited to their early collaboration as Imagists; whether regarded as nurturing or negative, his presence reverberates. Consider how both H.D. and Bryher’s lives and… Continue reading MLA 15 Panel CFP: Pound’s Presence in H.D. and Bryher’s Writing
Women Modernists and Spirituality: a Symposium – University of Stirling, 22-23 May 2014 Recent criticism in modernist studies indicates a growing interest in the relationship between spirituality (broadly understood to include religious structures and practices as well as less traditional engagements with the sacred) and modernist discourse. This symposium aims to bring modernism and spirituality… Continue reading Conferences
Announcing H.D.: Trilogy, by Fiona McMahon (in the Les Clefs concours Anglais-Litterature series by Atlande, 2014). It’s a wonderful resource on Trilogy and on H.D., written in English. Congratulations to Fiona.–RW
Welcome to the new H.D International Society Web site. On this site, we will offer details about society membership, events, and calls for papers. We will also curate a number of online H.D. resources and offer tips for scholars who wish to study H.D. (Hilda Doolittle) in the archives of the Beinecke Special Collections Library… Continue reading Web Site Welcome