Bookings for summer 2020 are open.
Fee includes six nights' accommodation (ensuite room), course materials, lectures, supervisions, excursions, talks, some evening meals, and a traditional Cambridge afternoon tea.
Full price: £1650
Early bird price: book by 15 November 2019: £1480
Student or CAMcard holder: £1550
Member of recognised Woolf Society: £1550
Member of other relevant literary society: £1550 (Katherine Mansfield Society, Elizabeth von Arnim Society, Dickens Fellowship, etc. Please write to us to about eligibility of other societies: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Participants attending both courses: £1480 per course
Participant living outside college for the course: full price: £1280
Participant living outside college for the course: discount price (student, CAMcard, etc.): £1180
Payment can be made by bank transfer, UK cheque, or by PayPal.
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Comments from previous courses
• 'The week I spent in your Women Writers course at Cambridge was the ultimate reward to myself for years of self-study. The immersion with like-minded literature-lovers was bliss. The mix of lectures and trips was the perfect blend. I loved sitting outside under the trees and reading aloud from the works.'
• ‘… the amazing sensation of being with a group of people who needed absolutely no explanation of why I love Woolf and would want to spend my holidays with her (and them!). I think this really hit me when we were all huddled in a white room in the basement of the Fitzwilliam Museum, poring over the original manuscript of A Room of One’s Own with magnifying glasses and feeling SO happy!’
• ‘The generosity and enthusiasm of the lecturers and supervisors made it a special week.’
• 'I could not be happier with my Literature Cambridge week. Getting to experience the ‘Cambridge way’ of supervisions in such an engaging and stimulating course and group of people is a gift I’ll not soon forget.'
• 'What a wonderful experience. Great to share with so many vibrant people from around the world.'
• ‘I would recommend this course. As a PhD student, this really brought me into Woolf’s universe, which I am very thankful for. I loved the mix of lectures, supervisions and excursions. … It is great to hear Woolf experts together.'