Virginia WoolfThis is another installment in the lecture series that is being presented by the Humanities Research Institute, the Faculties of Arts and Fine Arts, the Department of History and the Dr. John Archer Library at the University of Regina to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the start of World War I.

Tonight, the focus is on literary legacies of the Great War. Speakers are English professors┬áKathleen Wall and Alex MacDonald, and the topics of their talks are: “Torn to Ribbons”: Virginia Woolf’s Experimental Novels and the Great War and Imagist Poetry: Fragmentation and the Wish for Wholeness. That’s Woolf pictured at left by the way.

The talks go tonight at the John Archer Library at 7 p.m. For more information call 306-585-4213.