“A Stitch in Time: H.D.’s Craft Modernism as Transhistoric Repair” by Amy E. Elkins

My publication about H.D.’s needleworks in The Space Between: Literature and Culture 1914-1945. Abstract: H.D. (Hilda Doolittle, 1886-1961) maintained a longstanding interest in the material and artistic history of needlework, a practice that helped her conceptualize, theorize, and overcome traumatic wartime experiences. This essay presents, for the first time, an archive of H.D.’s needlework and demonstrates…

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About Me: “arrange whatever pieces come your way” ~V. Woolf

I’m a writer and assistant professor of English at Macalester College.  I teach courses on modern and contemporary British and Irish literature, visual culture, and modernism. I’m currently hard at work on my first book project, which looks at how women authors have taken up art-making as a way to creatively—and materially—oppose inequality and violence.…

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