Sarah Latham Phillips

MA English Literature 1848 – 1930, University of Wales, Newport, 2007 – 2010

PTLLS Qualification: ‘Preparing to teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector, 2010

Diploma in the History of the Fine & Decorative Arts, London University 1989 – 1990

BSc Hons. History, Philosophy & Social Sciences, University of Bath 1982 – 1985

Career at Courtauld Institute of Art 1990 – 1996

Published Monograph on Virginia Woolf as a Cubist Writer by Cecil Woolf Publishing Bloomsbury Heritage July 2012.

Speaker at the National Portrait Gallery, September 2014 on Virginia Woolf as a Cubist Writer, as part of the Educational Programme for the Virginia Woolf Exhibition on Art & Vision, curated by Frances Spalding.

Speaker Virginia Woolf Society Annual Conference, April 5th 2014 on Virginia Woolf as a Cubist Writer, at Senate House, University of London

Speaker at Monk’s House, Rodmell, National Trust, East Sussex, July 2014

Speaker At Bath Spa University Conference: ‘Bloomsbury Adaptations’ May 2011.

Member of the Virginia Woolf Society & the Charleston Trust.

Freelance Lecturer, WEA Tutor and Events Organiser.

Attended many WEA & Adult Education courses.

Further dayschools for Cornwall : Virginia Woolf’s To The Lighthouse, Mrs Dalloway, Jacob’s Room & her Short Stories.

Sarah lives in Bath with her husband and two daughters but is from North East Cornwall, between Launceston and Liskeard and spends a lot of her time in Cornwall.