From the Editors

As Lesley Wheeler—and others—reminded us in last cycle’s Process blog , the model of the solitary academic has always been an inadequate and misleading one. All editors know this: collaboration is built into every stage of our process. We rely, for peer review, on the good will and shared standards of the community; we navigate, with authors, the sometimes rocky waters of line editing; we develop, increasingly, and by design, editorial...Read more

Current Print Issue

SPECIAL ISSUE: MODERNIST INHUMANISMS

Introduction: Who’s Afraid of the Inhuman Woolf?
Aaron Jaffe, guest editor

Baddest Modernism: The Scales and Lines of Inhuman Time
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FORUMS

Cluster

While Michel Foucault’s History of Sexuality (1976) is known primarily for its pathbreaking description of the emergence of sexuality, it offers an equally important account of modernity. In his history of modernity, Foucault describes a shift from the sovereign’s “right to take life or let live” to the state’s biopolitical concern with “the right to make live and to let die.”

Oct 25, 2016

Discussion

Responses

A venue for responses to articles and other content in Modernism/modernity .

Mar 2, 2016

What Are You Reading?

Recent Scholarship

A What Are You Reading? forum on recent publications in the field.

Feb 9, 2016

Blog

Football University

As we completed our book on the US research university amidst the political tumult of the last several months, we resisted the urge to add laments, policy recommendations, or vision statements to the growing pile. Instead, we sought to reframe familiar arguments about the university by calling...

Dec 1, 2016

Media Gallery