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
Student living outside college for the course: full price: £1280
Student 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 2018
• '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.’
Comments from 2017
'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.'