Dr Jane Goldman

  • Reader (English Literature)

telephone: 5163
email: Jane.Goldman@glasgow.ac.uk

Research interests

Research interests 

  • Modernism and the Avant-Garde
  • Virginia Woolf Studies
  • Poetry and Poetics
  • Creative Writing
  • Literary Theory
  • American Literature
  • Comparative Literature
  • Canine Aesthetics and Animality Studies
  • Joint General Editor of the Cambridge University Press Edition of the Writings of Virginia Woolf

Biography

Dr Jane Goldman is Reader in English Literature and convener of 1A Poetry and Poetics. She is a General Editor of the Cambridge University Press Edition of the Writings of Virginia Woolf. Prior to her appointment at Glasgow, she taught at the University of Dundee and at the University of Edinburgh.

 

She is author of The Feminist Aesthetics of Virginia Woolf: Modernism, Post-Impressionism and the Politics of the Visual  (Cambridge UP, 1998); The Cambridge Introduction to Virginia Woolf  (Cambridge UP, 2006); With you in the Hebrides: Virginia Woolf and Scotland (Cecil Woolf, 2013); Modernism, 1910-1945: Image to Apocalypse  (Palgrave, 2004); and co-editor of Modernism: An Anthology of Sources and Documents  (Edinburgh UP & Chicago UP, 1998). She is editor of Woolf’s To the Lighthouse, and co-editor of A Room of One’s Own for Cambridge, and is currently writing a book, Virginia Woolf and the Signifying Dog.

 

Jane Goldman is also a poet. Her work has been published in a number of magazines and journals. Border Thoughts  (Sufficient Place, 2014) is her first collection. 

 

Research, teaching and supervision interests include: Modernism and the Avant-Garde, Virginia Woolf Studies, Poetry and Poetics, Creative Writing, Literary Theory (including theories of gender, sexuality and feminism), American Literature, Comparative Literature, visual art and inter-artistic analogy, suffragist and suffragette aesthetics, canine aesthetics and animality studies. She is particularly interested in the work of Virginia Woolf, Gertrude Stein, Nathanael West, and Kurt Schwitters.

 

Member of the Modernist Studies Association (MSA), the Scottish Network of Modernist Scholars (SNOMS), the British Association of Modernist Studies (BAMS), the Virginia Woolf Society of Great Britain (VWSGB), the International Virginia Woolf Society (IVWS), the Société d’Etudes Woolfiennes (SEW), and the Société d’Etudes Modernistes (SEN).

Additional information

Surreal Jane Goldman © Anja Schiefler 

The Cambridge University Press Edition of the Works of Virginia Woolf
General Editors: Jane Goldman, University of Glasgow, Susan Sellers, University of St Andrews
Current list of published volumes:

http://www.cambridge.org/gb/academic/subjects/literature/series/cambridge-edition-works-virginia-woolf



BBC Radio 4 In Our Time

broadcast on Mrs Dalloway (Thu 3 Jul 2014):

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b048033q

 


Virginia Woolf in the 21st Century:  

The symposium launch of Cambridge Edition of Woolf at Senate House, London, (2011), with Dame Professor Gillian Beer, Professor Rachel Bowlby, and the author, Ali Smith:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hSYmCe3ic-k

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UC5d9dYykT8

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rx-jCBIcy4c

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m_GKl0edP0A

 

Publications

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Number of items: 61.

2015

Goldman, J., (Ed.) (2015) To the Lighthouse. Series: The Cambridge Edition of the Works of Virginia Woolf, Goldman J. and Sellers, S. (General Eds). Cambridge University Press: Cambridge. (In Press)

Goldman, J. (2015) The novel’s use of language and form. In: Pease, A. (ed.) The Cambridge Companion to To the Lighthouse. Series: Cambridge companions to literature. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9781107682313

2014

Goldman, J. (2014) Border Thoughts. Series: (Sufficient Place). Leamington Books. ISBN 9780955488573

Goldman, J., Simpson, K., Lee, H., and Bragg, M. (2014) In Our Time: Mrs. Dalloway. [Audio]

Goldman, J. (2014) 'Second Reading' and 'Much Rejoicing”' (poems from 'An Order of Service'). SCREE,

2013

Randall, B. and Goldman, J., (Eds.) (2013) Virginia Woolf in Context. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK. ISBN 9781107003613

Goldman, J. (2013) 1910-1920: suffragette century (threads and sparks). In: Minow-Pinkney, M. (ed.) Virginia Woolf and December 1910: Studies in Rhetoric and Context. Illuminati Books. ISBN 9780955591815

Goldman, J. (2013) Burns Night/Woolf Supper: Birthday Thoughts on Virginia Woolf and Scotland. Series: Annual Virginia Woolf birthday lecture, 14. The Virginia Woolf Society of Great Britain: Southport. ISBN 9780955571749

Goldman, J. (2013) Crusoe’s dog(s): Woolf and Derrida (between beast and sovereign). Tour Critique, 2,

Goldman, J. (2013) With you in the Hebrides: Virginia Woolf and Scotland. Series: Bloomsbury heritage, 70. Cecil Woolf: London. ISBN 9781907286339

Goldman, J. (2013) Woolf, Defoe, Derrida: interdisciplinary dogs — or the canine aesthetics and (gender) politics of creativity. In: Martin, A. and Holland, K. (eds.) Interdisciplinary/ Multidisciplinary Woolf: Selected Papers from the Twenty-First Annual International Conference on Virginia Woolf. Clemson University Digital Press: Clemson, SC. ISBN 9780989082624

Goldman, J. (2013) 'The hush of the Mediterranean lipping the sand': the libertarian and libidinal politics of Virginia Woolf's Mediterranean discourse. In: Viereck, W. (ed.) Proceedings of the IAUPE 2010 Triennial Conference. Peter Lang.

2012

Snaith, A., (Ed.) (2012) The Years. Series: The Cambridge Edition of the Works of Virginia Woolf, Goldman J. and Sellers, S. (General Eds). Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK. ISBN 9780521845977

Goldman, J. (2012) Virginia Woolf and the aesthetics of Modernism. In: Joannou, M. (ed.) The Palgrave History of British Women's Writing, 1920-1945. Series: The Palgrave History of British Women's Writing (8). Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke, pp. 57-77. ISBN 9780230200791

2011

Hussey, M., (Ed.) (2011) Between the Acts. Series: The Cambridge Edition of the Works of Virginia Woolf, Goldman J. and Sellers, S. (General Eds). Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK. ISBN 9780521847179

Herbert, M. and Sellers, S., (Eds.) (2011) The Waves. Series: The Cambridge Edition of the Works of Virginia Woolf, Goldman J. and Sellers, S. (General Eds). Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK. ISBN 9780521852517

Goldman, J. (2011) Sister Anguilla [poem]. In: Gunn, K. (ed.) New Writing Dundee. University of Dundee.

Goldman, J. (2011) The dogs that therefore Woolf follows: some canine sources for A Room of One's Own in nature and art. In: Czarnecki, K. and Rohman, C. (eds.) Virginia Woolf and the Natural World: Selected Papers from the Twentieth Annual International Conference on Virginia Woolf. Clemson University Digital Press: Clemson, S.C., pp. 125-132. ISBN 9780983533900

Goldman, J. (2011) "The rankness of English pavements": readings in virtual subjectivity and nation. In: Miralles Pérez, A.J. (ed.) Restless Travellers: Quests for Identity across European and American Time and Space. Cambridge Scholars: Newcastle, UK. ISBN 9781443833066

2010

Goldman, J. (2010) Who let the dogs out? Samuel Johnson, Thomas Carlyle, Virginia Woolf, and the Little Brown Dog. In: Shahriari, L. and Potts, G.V. (eds.) Virginia Woolf's Bloomsbury. Palgrave. ISBN 9780230517677

Goldman, J. (2010) 'Lady Lazarus has wheels', 'We wore (red)', 'Triptych', 'You would probably prefer Mahler or Gershwin', 'Too bad Aubade', 'In admiration of the Maître' [poems]. International Literary Quarterly. Special Issue: 40 Glasgow Voices(10),

Goldman, J. (2010) New elegy: Lyric experimentalism in the novel from Mrs Dalloway to The Waves. In: Sellers, S. (ed.) The Cambridge Companion to Virginia Woolf. Series: Cambridge companions to literature. Cambridge University Press, pp. 49-69. ISBN 9780521721677

Goldman, J. (2010) Virginia Woolf and modernist aesthetics. In: Humm, M. (ed.) The Edinburgh Companion to Virginia Woolf and the Arts. Edinburgh University Press. ISBN 9780748635528

Goldman, J. (2010) 'When dogs will become men': Melancholia, canine allegories, and Theriocephalous figures in Woolf's urban contact zones. In: Evans, E.F. and Cornish, S.E. (eds.) Woolf and the City : Selected Papers from the Nineteenth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf. Clemson University Digital Press. ISBN 9780984259830

2009

Goldman, J. (2009) Avant-garde. In: Ross, S. (ed.) Modernism and Theory: a Critical Debate. Routledge, pp. 225-236. ISBN 9780415461566

Goldman, J. (2009) Desmond MacCarthy, life and letters (1928-35), and Bloomsbury modernism. In: Brooker, P. and Thacker, A. (eds.) The Oxford Critical and Cultural History of Modernist Magazines. Vol. I: Britain and Ireland 1880-1955. Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK, pp. 428-451. ISBN 9780199211159

Goldman, J. (2009) Had there been an axe handy: Transatlantic modernism, Virgina Woolf and Jean Toomer. European Journal of American Culture. Special issue: New Perspectives on the Modernist Transatlantic, 28(2), pp. 109-123. (doi:10.1386/ejac.28.2.109_1)

Goldman, J. (2009) Simile, Archie Calling: Altaforte!, Watching Sharleen Play (Violin) [poems]. In: Renton, J. (ed.) Textualities. Textualities.

Goldman, J. (2009) Who is Mr Ramsay? Where is the lighthouse?: The politics of scholarly annotation. In: McNees, E. and Veglahn, S. (eds.) Woolf Editing/Editing Woolf : Selected Papers from the 18th Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf. Clemson University Digital Press, pp. 189-195. ISBN 9780979606694

Goldman, J. (2009) Who is Mr. Ramsay? Where is the lighthouse? The politics and pragmatics of scholarly annotation. In: McNees, E. and Veglahn, S. (eds.) Woolf Editing / Editing Woolf: Selected Papers from the Eighteenth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf. Clemson University Digital Press: Clemson, S.C., USA, pp. 189-195. ISBN 9780979606694

2007

Goldman, J. (2007) Ce chien est moi: Virginia Woolf and the signifying dog. Woolf Studies Annual, pp. 49-86.

Goldman, J. (2007) Modernist studies. In: Snaith, A. (ed.) Palgrave Advances in Virginia Woolf Studies. Series: Palgrave Advances. Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke, UK. ISBN 9781403904041

Goldman, J. (2007) 'Simile': English Association Fellows' poetry prize competition 2006 (second prize). English Association Newsletter, 184,

Goldman, J. (2007) The feminist criticism of Virginia Woolf. In: Plain, G. and Sellers, S. (eds.) A History of Feminist Literary Criticism. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK. ISBN 9780521852555

Swarbrick, K., and Goldman, J. (2007) Flowers of friendship: Gertrude Stein and Georges Hugnet. Papers of Surrealism, 6,

2006

Goldman, J. (2006) 1925, London, New York, Paris: metropolitan modernisms - parallax and palimpsest. In: The Edinburgh Companion to Twentieth-Century Literatures in English. Edinburgh University Press, pp. 31-42. ISBN 0748620117

Goldman, J. (2006) The Cambridge Introduction to Virginia Woolf. Series: Cambridge introductions to literature. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK. ISBN 9780521838832

Goldman, J. (2006) Forster and women. In: The Cambridge Companion to E.M. Forster. Cambridge University Press, pp. 120-137. ISBN 0521542529

Goldman, J. (2006) "Who let the dogs out?”: Statues, suffragettes, and dogs in Woolf’s London. In: Back to Bloomsbury, the 14th Annual International Virginia Woolf Conference Proceedings. Clemson.

2005

Childs, P., and Goldman, J. (2005) The First Year Experience of University English. CCUE News, 19,

2004

Goldman, J. (2004) Modernism, 1910-1945: image to apocalypse. Palgrave MacMillan. ISBN 0333696212

Goldman, J. (2004) West, Nathanael. In: Parini, J. (ed.) The Oxford Encyclopedia of American Literature. Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK. ISBN 9780195156539

2003

Goldman, J. (2003) Nathanael West. In: Parini, J. (ed.) American Writers: A Collection of Literary Biographies. Retrospective Supplement II. James Baldwin to Nathanael West. Charles Scribner's Sons: New York, USA. ISBN 9780684314464

2002

Goldman, J. (2002) The aesthetics of Virginia Woolf. In: Wolfreys, J. (ed.) The Edinburgh Encyclopaedia of Modern Criticism and Theory. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK, pp. 680-690. ISBN 9780748613014

Goldman, J. (2002) Virginia Woolf. In: Parini, J. (ed.) British Writers. Retrospective Supplement 1. Charles Scribner's Sons: New York, USA. ISBN 9780684312279

2001

Goldman, J., and Wolfreys, J. (2001) Gay studies / queer theory. In: Wolfreys, J. (ed.) Introducing Literary Theories: A Guide and Glossary. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK. ISBN 9780748614837

Berman, J.S. and Goldman, J., (Eds.) (2001) Virginia Woolf Out of Bounds”: Selected Papers from the Tenth Annual International Conference on Virginia Woolf, University of Maryland Baltimore County, June 7-10, 2000. Pace University Press. ISBN 9780944473559

1999

Goldman, J. (1999) Artist and feminist communities of 1910 : post-impressionism, suffrage aesthetics, and intersubjectivity in To the lighthouse. In: McVicker, J. and Davis, L. (eds.) Virginia Woolf & Communities : selected papers from the Eighth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, Saint Louis University, Saint Louis, Missouri, June 4-7, 1998. Pace University Press. ISBN 9780944473474

Goldman, J. (1999) Introduction, Works on the Wild(e) side-- performing, transgressing, queering. In: Wolfreys, J. (ed.) Literary Theories: a Reader and Guide. Edinburgh University Press, pp. 525-590. ISBN 9780814793602

Goldman, J. (1999) Virginia Woolf and post-impressionism: French art, English theory and feminist practice. Miscelanea: A Journal of English and American Studies, 20,

1998

Kolocotroni, V., Goldman, J. and Taxidou, O., (Eds.) (1998) Modernism: An Anthology of Sources and Documents. University of Chicago Press: Chicago, USA. ISBN 9780226450735

Goldman, J. (1998) The Feminist Aesthetics of Virginia Woolf: Modernism, Post-Impressionism, and the Politics of the Visual. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK. ISBN 9780521590969

1997

Goldman, J., (Ed.) (1997) Virginia Woolf - To the Lighthouse, The Waves. Series: Icon Critical Guides. Icon Books: Duxford. ISBN 1857890000

Kolocotroni, V., Mills, S., Brimstone, L., Polkey, P., Wallace, D., Sandhu, A., and Goldman, J. (1997) Feminism. In: McGowan, K. (ed.) The Year's Work in Critical and Cultural Theory, vol. 3, 1993. Blackwell: Oxford, UK, pp. 87-130. ISBN 9780631188612

1996

Goldman, J. (1996) Dada goes west: re-reading revolution in The Day of the Locust. Imprimatur: A Journal of Criticism and Theory, 2(1-2), pp. 20-36.

Goldman, J. (1996) 'Purple buttons on her bodice': feminist history and iconography in The Waves. Woolf Studies Annual, 2, pp. 3-25.

Goldman, J. (1996) Virginia Woolf's three Marys: a collective model for creative women. In: Modeen, M. (ed.) Graces, Fates and Furies. Peacock Printmakers in association with Evergreen State College: Aberdeen. ISBN 9780952360810

Stevenson, R., and Goldman, J. (1996) 'But what? Elegy?': Modernist reading and the death of Mrs Ramsay. Yearbook of English Studies, 26, pp. 173-186.

1994

Goldman, J., and Tate, T. (1994) Women's Fiction: 1915-1940 [Broadcast]. [Audio]

1993

Goldman, J. (1993) 'Miss Lonelyhearts and the party dress': cross-dressing and collage in the satires of Nathanael West. Glasgow Review, 2, pp. 40-54.

1992

Goldman, J. (1992) Metaphor and place in To the Lighthouse: some Hebridean connections. In: Gonda, C. (ed.) Tea and Leg-Irons: New Feminist Readings from Scotland. Open Letters: London, UK, pp. 137-155. ISBN 9781857890006

This list was generated on Thu Dec 8 17:27:45 2016 GMT.
Number of items: 61.

Articles

Goldman, J. (2014) 'Second Reading' and 'Much Rejoicing”' (poems from 'An Order of Service'). SCREE,

Goldman, J. (2013) Crusoe’s dog(s): Woolf and Derrida (between beast and sovereign). Tour Critique, 2,

Goldman, J. (2010) 'Lady Lazarus has wheels', 'We wore (red)', 'Triptych', 'You would probably prefer Mahler or Gershwin', 'Too bad Aubade', 'In admiration of the Maître' [poems]. International Literary Quarterly. Special Issue: 40 Glasgow Voices(10),

Goldman, J. (2009) Had there been an axe handy: Transatlantic modernism, Virgina Woolf and Jean Toomer. European Journal of American Culture. Special issue: New Perspectives on the Modernist Transatlantic, 28(2), pp. 109-123. (doi:10.1386/ejac.28.2.109_1)

Goldman, J. (2007) Ce chien est moi: Virginia Woolf and the signifying dog. Woolf Studies Annual, pp. 49-86.

Goldman, J. (2007) 'Simile': English Association Fellows' poetry prize competition 2006 (second prize). English Association Newsletter, 184,

Swarbrick, K., and Goldman, J. (2007) Flowers of friendship: Gertrude Stein and Georges Hugnet. Papers of Surrealism, 6,

Childs, P., and Goldman, J. (2005) The First Year Experience of University English. CCUE News, 19,

Goldman, J. (1999) Virginia Woolf and post-impressionism: French art, English theory and feminist practice. Miscelanea: A Journal of English and American Studies, 20,

Goldman, J. (1996) Dada goes west: re-reading revolution in The Day of the Locust. Imprimatur: A Journal of Criticism and Theory, 2(1-2), pp. 20-36.

Goldman, J. (1996) 'Purple buttons on her bodice': feminist history and iconography in The Waves. Woolf Studies Annual, 2, pp. 3-25.

Stevenson, R., and Goldman, J. (1996) 'But what? Elegy?': Modernist reading and the death of Mrs Ramsay. Yearbook of English Studies, 26, pp. 173-186.

Goldman, J. (1993) 'Miss Lonelyhearts and the party dress': cross-dressing and collage in the satires of Nathanael West. Glasgow Review, 2, pp. 40-54.

Books

Goldman, J. (2014) Border Thoughts. Series: (Sufficient Place). Leamington Books. ISBN 9780955488573

Goldman, J. (2013) Burns Night/Woolf Supper: Birthday Thoughts on Virginia Woolf and Scotland. Series: Annual Virginia Woolf birthday lecture, 14. The Virginia Woolf Society of Great Britain: Southport. ISBN 9780955571749

Goldman, J. (2013) With you in the Hebrides: Virginia Woolf and Scotland. Series: Bloomsbury heritage, 70. Cecil Woolf: London. ISBN 9781907286339

Goldman, J. (2006) The Cambridge Introduction to Virginia Woolf. Series: Cambridge introductions to literature. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK. ISBN 9780521838832

Goldman, J. (2004) Modernism, 1910-1945: image to apocalypse. Palgrave MacMillan. ISBN 0333696212

Goldman, J. (1998) The Feminist Aesthetics of Virginia Woolf: Modernism, Post-Impressionism, and the Politics of the Visual. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK. ISBN 9780521590969

Book Sections

Goldman, J. (2015) The novel’s use of language and form. In: Pease, A. (ed.) The Cambridge Companion to To the Lighthouse. Series: Cambridge companions to literature. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9781107682313

Goldman, J. (2013) 1910-1920: suffragette century (threads and sparks). In: Minow-Pinkney, M. (ed.) Virginia Woolf and December 1910: Studies in Rhetoric and Context. Illuminati Books. ISBN 9780955591815

Goldman, J. (2013) Woolf, Defoe, Derrida: interdisciplinary dogs — or the canine aesthetics and (gender) politics of creativity. In: Martin, A. and Holland, K. (eds.) Interdisciplinary/ Multidisciplinary Woolf: Selected Papers from the Twenty-First Annual International Conference on Virginia Woolf. Clemson University Digital Press: Clemson, SC. ISBN 9780989082624

Goldman, J. (2013) 'The hush of the Mediterranean lipping the sand': the libertarian and libidinal politics of Virginia Woolf's Mediterranean discourse. In: Viereck, W. (ed.) Proceedings of the IAUPE 2010 Triennial Conference. Peter Lang.

Goldman, J. (2012) Virginia Woolf and the aesthetics of Modernism. In: Joannou, M. (ed.) The Palgrave History of British Women's Writing, 1920-1945. Series: The Palgrave History of British Women's Writing (8). Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke, pp. 57-77. ISBN 9780230200791

Goldman, J. (2011) Sister Anguilla [poem]. In: Gunn, K. (ed.) New Writing Dundee. University of Dundee.

Goldman, J. (2011) The dogs that therefore Woolf follows: some canine sources for A Room of One's Own in nature and art. In: Czarnecki, K. and Rohman, C. (eds.) Virginia Woolf and the Natural World: Selected Papers from the Twentieth Annual International Conference on Virginia Woolf. Clemson University Digital Press: Clemson, S.C., pp. 125-132. ISBN 9780983533900

Goldman, J. (2011) "The rankness of English pavements": readings in virtual subjectivity and nation. In: Miralles Pérez, A.J. (ed.) Restless Travellers: Quests for Identity across European and American Time and Space. Cambridge Scholars: Newcastle, UK. ISBN 9781443833066

Goldman, J. (2010) Who let the dogs out? Samuel Johnson, Thomas Carlyle, Virginia Woolf, and the Little Brown Dog. In: Shahriari, L. and Potts, G.V. (eds.) Virginia Woolf's Bloomsbury. Palgrave. ISBN 9780230517677

Goldman, J. (2010) New elegy: Lyric experimentalism in the novel from Mrs Dalloway to The Waves. In: Sellers, S. (ed.) The Cambridge Companion to Virginia Woolf. Series: Cambridge companions to literature. Cambridge University Press, pp. 49-69. ISBN 9780521721677

Goldman, J. (2010) Virginia Woolf and modernist aesthetics. In: Humm, M. (ed.) The Edinburgh Companion to Virginia Woolf and the Arts. Edinburgh University Press. ISBN 9780748635528

Goldman, J. (2010) 'When dogs will become men': Melancholia, canine allegories, and Theriocephalous figures in Woolf's urban contact zones. In: Evans, E.F. and Cornish, S.E. (eds.) Woolf and the City : Selected Papers from the Nineteenth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf. Clemson University Digital Press. ISBN 9780984259830

Goldman, J. (2009) Avant-garde. In: Ross, S. (ed.) Modernism and Theory: a Critical Debate. Routledge, pp. 225-236. ISBN 9780415461566

Goldman, J. (2009) Desmond MacCarthy, life and letters (1928-35), and Bloomsbury modernism. In: Brooker, P. and Thacker, A. (eds.) The Oxford Critical and Cultural History of Modernist Magazines. Vol. I: Britain and Ireland 1880-1955. Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK, pp. 428-451. ISBN 9780199211159

Goldman, J. (2009) Simile, Archie Calling: Altaforte!, Watching Sharleen Play (Violin) [poems]. In: Renton, J. (ed.) Textualities. Textualities.

Goldman, J. (2009) Who is Mr Ramsay? Where is the lighthouse?: The politics of scholarly annotation. In: McNees, E. and Veglahn, S. (eds.) Woolf Editing/Editing Woolf : Selected Papers from the 18th Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf. Clemson University Digital Press, pp. 189-195. ISBN 9780979606694

Goldman, J. (2009) Who is Mr. Ramsay? Where is the lighthouse? The politics and pragmatics of scholarly annotation. In: McNees, E. and Veglahn, S. (eds.) Woolf Editing / Editing Woolf: Selected Papers from the Eighteenth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf. Clemson University Digital Press: Clemson, S.C., USA, pp. 189-195. ISBN 9780979606694

Goldman, J. (2007) Modernist studies. In: Snaith, A. (ed.) Palgrave Advances in Virginia Woolf Studies. Series: Palgrave Advances. Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke, UK. ISBN 9781403904041

Goldman, J. (2007) The feminist criticism of Virginia Woolf. In: Plain, G. and Sellers, S. (eds.) A History of Feminist Literary Criticism. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK. ISBN 9780521852555

Goldman, J. (2006) 1925, London, New York, Paris: metropolitan modernisms - parallax and palimpsest. In: The Edinburgh Companion to Twentieth-Century Literatures in English. Edinburgh University Press, pp. 31-42. ISBN 0748620117

Goldman, J. (2006) Forster and women. In: The Cambridge Companion to E.M. Forster. Cambridge University Press, pp. 120-137. ISBN 0521542529

Goldman, J. (2006) "Who let the dogs out?”: Statues, suffragettes, and dogs in Woolf’s London. In: Back to Bloomsbury, the 14th Annual International Virginia Woolf Conference Proceedings. Clemson.

Goldman, J. (2004) West, Nathanael. In: Parini, J. (ed.) The Oxford Encyclopedia of American Literature. Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK. ISBN 9780195156539

Goldman, J. (2003) Nathanael West. In: Parini, J. (ed.) American Writers: A Collection of Literary Biographies. Retrospective Supplement II. James Baldwin to Nathanael West. Charles Scribner's Sons: New York, USA. ISBN 9780684314464

Goldman, J. (2002) The aesthetics of Virginia Woolf. In: Wolfreys, J. (ed.) The Edinburgh Encyclopaedia of Modern Criticism and Theory. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK, pp. 680-690. ISBN 9780748613014

Goldman, J. (2002) Virginia Woolf. In: Parini, J. (ed.) British Writers. Retrospective Supplement 1. Charles Scribner's Sons: New York, USA. ISBN 9780684312279

Goldman, J., and Wolfreys, J. (2001) Gay studies / queer theory. In: Wolfreys, J. (ed.) Introducing Literary Theories: A Guide and Glossary. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK. ISBN 9780748614837

Goldman, J. (1999) Artist and feminist communities of 1910 : post-impressionism, suffrage aesthetics, and intersubjectivity in To the lighthouse. In: McVicker, J. and Davis, L. (eds.) Virginia Woolf & Communities : selected papers from the Eighth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, Saint Louis University, Saint Louis, Missouri, June 4-7, 1998. Pace University Press. ISBN 9780944473474

Goldman, J. (1999) Introduction, Works on the Wild(e) side-- performing, transgressing, queering. In: Wolfreys, J. (ed.) Literary Theories: a Reader and Guide. Edinburgh University Press, pp. 525-590. ISBN 9780814793602

Kolocotroni, V., Mills, S., Brimstone, L., Polkey, P., Wallace, D., Sandhu, A., and Goldman, J. (1997) Feminism. In: McGowan, K. (ed.) The Year's Work in Critical and Cultural Theory, vol. 3, 1993. Blackwell: Oxford, UK, pp. 87-130. ISBN 9780631188612

Goldman, J. (1996) Virginia Woolf's three Marys: a collective model for creative women. In: Modeen, M. (ed.) Graces, Fates and Furies. Peacock Printmakers in association with Evergreen State College: Aberdeen. ISBN 9780952360810

Goldman, J. (1992) Metaphor and place in To the Lighthouse: some Hebridean connections. In: Gonda, C. (ed.) Tea and Leg-Irons: New Feminist Readings from Scotland. Open Letters: London, UK, pp. 137-155. ISBN 9781857890006

Edited Books

Goldman, J., (Ed.) (2015) To the Lighthouse. Series: The Cambridge Edition of the Works of Virginia Woolf, Goldman J. and Sellers, S. (General Eds). Cambridge University Press: Cambridge. (In Press)

Randall, B. and Goldman, J., (Eds.) (2013) Virginia Woolf in Context. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK. ISBN 9781107003613

Snaith, A., (Ed.) (2012) The Years. Series: The Cambridge Edition of the Works of Virginia Woolf, Goldman J. and Sellers, S. (General Eds). Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK. ISBN 9780521845977

Hussey, M., (Ed.) (2011) Between the Acts. Series: The Cambridge Edition of the Works of Virginia Woolf, Goldman J. and Sellers, S. (General Eds). Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK. ISBN 9780521847179

Herbert, M. and Sellers, S., (Eds.) (2011) The Waves. Series: The Cambridge Edition of the Works of Virginia Woolf, Goldman J. and Sellers, S. (General Eds). Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK. ISBN 9780521852517

Berman, J.S. and Goldman, J., (Eds.) (2001) Virginia Woolf Out of Bounds”: Selected Papers from the Tenth Annual International Conference on Virginia Woolf, University of Maryland Baltimore County, June 7-10, 2000. Pace University Press. ISBN 9780944473559

Kolocotroni, V., Goldman, J. and Taxidou, O., (Eds.) (1998) Modernism: An Anthology of Sources and Documents. University of Chicago Press: Chicago, USA. ISBN 9780226450735

Goldman, J., (Ed.) (1997) Virginia Woolf - To the Lighthouse, The Waves. Series: Icon Critical Guides. Icon Books: Duxford. ISBN 1857890000

Audio

Goldman, J., Simpson, K., Lee, H., and Bragg, M. (2014) In Our Time: Mrs. Dalloway. [Audio]

Goldman, J., and Tate, T. (1994) Women's Fiction: 1915-1940 [Broadcast]. [Audio]

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