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Veronika Krajíčková

Mgr. Veronika Krajíčková, PhD is a postdoctoral researcher at the Faculty of Arts, University of South Bohemia. 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. It was awarded the Prof. Martin Hilský Prize for the Best Dissertation in 2021. Veronika’s first monograph, Virginia Woolf as a Process-Oriented Thinker, based on her dissertation, was published in 2023: 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. She is a member of the International Virginia Woolf Society and the European Society for Process Thought and she has presented papers at various conferences both in the Czech Republic and abroad. She is also a student and early career researcher representative of the International Process Network. She has published a couple of translations of Woolf’s essays in Host literary magazine. She contributes regularly to the online literary magazine