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About Suzanne Raitt

Professor Raitt’s scholarship often involves historical and biographical research on early twentieth-century British women fiction writers, including Virginia Woolf and May Sinclair. She also writes more theoretical pieces engaged in psychoanalysis and the history and theory of sexuality. Raitt is the current chair of the English Department, and from 2004 to 2008, she served as program director of what was then called the Women’s Studies program. Teaching at W&M for eighteen years, she received the Plumeri Award for Faculty Excellence in 2008. From 2014 to 2016, she acted as the Board of Visitors Faculty Representative. Raitt values classroom instruction as an opportunity to give space and visibility to different kinds of experiences and forms of representation. Her most recent project is a co-edited Cambridge Edition of Virginia Woolf's Orlando.

Positions

Present Chair of the English Department, Chancellor Professor, William & Mary English Department
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Books (3)

Edited Volumes (6)

Book Contributions (14)

Articles (6)