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

Current Print Issue

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ARTICLES

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

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

FORUMS

Cluster

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

Discussion

Interventions

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

Nov 22, 2017

What Are You Reading?

Re/discoveries

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

Feb 9, 2016

Blog

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

Media Gallery