From the Editors

What is a journal “issue”? Glancing over to my bookshelf with its arrayed white rows of M/m s past, I see what James Mussell has called the periodical’s “ dynamic of seriality ” made manifest: each issue is new, unique, yet advertises its newness within a framework of repetition . With this second “issue”—perhaps better termed “cycle”—of M/m ’s Print Plus platform, we begin to embrace the mode of seriality made possible by...Read more

Current Print Issue

Volume 23, Number 2, April 2016

Allied Antigone: Jean Anouilh in America and England
Keri Walsh

Seven Pillars of Wisdom , the Queer Times of...Read more


Portrait of Langston Hughes, 3/4 profile


Introducing a collection of pedagogy essays in 2008, Helen Sword noted an ironic discrepancy. As teachers of modernism, we spend much of our professional lives engaged in a common and challenging pursuit: guiding students through notoriously difficult texts. Nevertheless, teaching is often what we don’t talk about when we come together to talk about modernism. Listen for mention of the classroom in conference talks or read for it in the pages...

Mar 1, 2016



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


Teaching/Writing Correspondence, Part I

If I were Edna St. Vincent Millay, I might begin this letter by describing some bit of local foliage I’d enclosed, its leaves pressed among scrawled endearments. But by the time broadband has advanced enough to transmit an actual crape myrtle blossom, it would be very faded, I’m afraid. So a...

Sep 21, 2016

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