From the Editors

Two years into this Print Plus project, the platform is both an established, integral part of Modernism/modernity and an ongoing experiment. On one hand, the platform is properly indexed by the MLA as part of the journal; readers have learned to visit the platform, to use its links to engage with both arms of the journal; scholars propose Print Plus-specific pieces that take advantage of our ability to embed media , or forums...Read more

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Modern Art in Late Colonial Korea: A Research Experiment
Joan Kee

“Literary, But Not Too Literary; Joyous, But Not Jazzy...Read more



What does it mean to for a work to be “set” in this place or at that time? This cluster—the first investigation of its kind—explores setting as a primary shaping force of modernist form.

Mar 5, 2018



A venue for brief articles that intervene in debates in modernist studies.

Nov 22, 2017

What Are You Reading?


Older books, new again—or encountered for the first time.

Feb 9, 2016


Samuel R. Delany’s Atlantis: Model 1924 and the Origins of Blackness

The epigraph implies origin. As a literary device it often announces source material for a text, and it is a place where, presumably, the reading experience begins. The epigraphs I have placed above are modeled after the form that Samuel R. Delany uses for his 1995 novella “Atlantis: Model 1924...

Jul 4, 2018

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