From the Editors

Thank goodness for the vagaries of academic publishing, which often result in M/m ’s January issue coming out late enough in February to allow me to deliver one more barrage of news under the rubric of “2018.” (As if we hadn’t heard enough from that year—I know.)

Though some of you may have heard this news through other media, I thought it was important to acknowledge here on the Print Plus platform itself the honor that we...Read more

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Card catalog from the Sterling Memorial Library at Yale University, 2005. Photo by Henry Trotter. Image courtesy Wikimedia Commons.


We’re not arguing for a turn to scale in modernist studies. It’s too late for that. The turn to scale began geographically at least 15 years ago, with the new theories of world literature and with the call, within modernist studies, to recognize larger ambits for the sourcing, making, developing, and adapting of modernist art. What has been called “the transnational turn” and, later, “global modernism” is surely part of a first re-scaling in...

Feb 1, 2019



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What Are You Reading?

Modernist Baedekers

A forum for reviewing handbooks, companions, pedagogical volumes, introductions, etc.

Aug 14, 2018


Hurricane Over the Expanded Field

Three recent New York exhibitions highlight Latin American and Caribbean culture, crossing contemporary art and anthropology: Pacha, Llaqta, Wasichay: Indigenous Space, Modern Architecture, New Art (Whitney Museum of American Art, July 2018–September 2018); Taíno: Native Heritage...

Jan 23, 2019

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