Mgr. Veronika Krajíčková, PhD. is graduate of the Department of Anglophone Literatures and Cultures. Her dissertation, entitled “The Problem of the Fixity of Tables: Virginia Woolf as a Non-Dualist and Process-Oriented Thinker”, focused on Virginia Woolf’s fiction analysed by means of process philosophy. This link with process-oriented philosophy enables the analysis of Woolf’s rejection of dualisms, for example the subject and the object, or the human and the nonhuman. Veronika is mainly interested in English and American modernism, particularly in modernist women authors such as Woolf, Mansfield, Barnes, or Rhys, but also in contemporary British fiction. In the past, she spent a term at the University of Kent in Canterbury (2019/2020), as a part of her doctoral studies, and at Université Paris-Sorbonne (2015/2016), as a part of her MA studies in English and French literature. She is a member of the International Virginia Woolf Society and presented papers at various conferences both in the Czech Republic and abroad. She contributes regularly to the online literary magazine iLiteratura.cz.
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“Merged Consciousness in Virginia Woolf’s Works.” Hradec Králové Journal of Anglophone Studies, vol. 5, no. 2 (2018): pp. 58-66.
“Virginia Woolf’s ‘Ontoethics’ in her Late Oeuvre from the Perspective of Alfred North Whitehead’s Philosophy of Organism.” Process Studies, vol. 50, no. 2 (2021), forthcoming
Transdisciplinary PhD Conference at the University of Warsaw (2018, Warsaw): “Virginia Woolf and her Manifestations of Consciousness as the Integral Part of Material Reality.”
Hradec Králové Conference of Anglophone Studies (2018, Hradec Králové University): “Merged Consciousness in Virginia Woolf’s Works.”
5th European Summer School in Process Thought (2018, University of South Bohemia, České Budějovice): “Reading Virginia Woolf from the Perspective of Process Philosophy.”
29th Annual International Conference on Virginia Woolf (2019, Mount St. Joseph University, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA): “Unifying and Equalizing Tendencies in Woolf’s Fiction from the Perspective of Process Philosophy.”
New Work in Modernist Studies Conference (2020, organized by British Association of Modernist Studies, Edinburgh, online conference): “Virginia Woolf and Process-Oriented Ontology.”
“Anglo-American Modernist Women Authors” (Charles University, Winter Term 2020/2021)
“Virginia Woolf: Various Thematic and Critical Approaches” (Charles University, Summer Term 2020/2021)
Mathewson, R.L. Hra s Láskou, Mladá fronta 2015.
Woolf, Virginia. “Náčrt minulosti” (a part of “A Sketch of the Past”), Host, no. 6 (2015): pp. 62-67.