PACE UNIVERSITY ANNOUNCES NEW EDITOR FOR WOOLF STUDIES ANNUAL
NEW YORK, NY – May 7, 2021, Pace University Press is excited to announce a new editor of the Woolf Studies Annual, Benjamin Hagen, as Mark Hussey retires.
Mark Hussey has been a staple for Woolf Studies Annual since its conception in 1995. Wanting to emulate academic journals like Signs: Journal of Women in Culture & Society, Hussey envisioned a community dedicated to the scholarship of Virginia Woolf. Covering everything from mysticism in “That Razor Edge of Balance” to a transcription of a 1917 dinner party, he dedicated an unparalleled passion to understanding Woolf’s literary work.
Benjamin Hagen has been chosen as the new editor. Having published about Woolf before, notably for tying a body of work with the innovative theory of “sensuous pedagogy”, he is thrilled to take on the role.
“I hope the far-flung community of Woolf scholars and readers will join me in welcoming Ben and wishing him the best,” said Hussey.
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