Alice Staveley is Lecturer and Director of Honors in the Department of English, Stanford University. She won Stanford’s 2017 Dean’s Award for Distinguished Teaching, and has published extensively in books and journals on Virginia Woolf’s role as self-publisher, including her relationships with women in the publishing industry, most notably her “lost” marketing agent, Norah Nicholls. Her book, Virginia Woolf and the Making of Modernism, is in progress. With her MAPP colleagues, she has published Scholarly Adventures in Digital Humanities (Palgrave, 2017). She is currently PI on “Buying and Selling Modernism,” a Roberta Bowman Denning Fund Initiative for Humanities and Technologies at Stanford, to transcribe all Hogarth Press financial and distribution records between 1917 and 1946.
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