Limitless Museum: P. M. Bardi’s Aesthetic Reeducation
Character Defects: The Racialized Addict and Nella Larsen’s Passing
“The Congo is flooding the Acropolis”: Art, “Exhibits,” and the Intercultural in the New Negro Renaissance
Anachronistic Life: Racial Vitalism and ‘Unhistorical’ Temporality in Claude McKay’s Home to Harlem
Jennifer F. Wang
Vegetating Life and the Spirit of Modernism in Kafka and Beckett
Reading Gestures: Body Schema Disorder and Schizophrenia in Kafka’s Modernist Prose
Paper Bombs: The Blitz and the Aesthetics of Salvage
Joseph Elkanah Rosenberg
Another Nature Speaks to the Camera: Natural History and Film Theory
A forum for reviewing handbooks, companions, pedagogical volumes, introductions, etc.
A venue for brief articles that intervene in debates in modernist studies.
Is the Trans in Transnational the Trans in Transgender?
Volume Twenty Four / Number One, January 2017
SPECIAL SECTION: JOYCE/WORLD/JOYCE
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
Charles M. Tung
The Extinction Romance
Keith Leslie Johnson
Allied Antigone: Jean Anouilh in America and England
Seven Pillars of Wisdom, the Queer Times of Revolt, and Modernist Form
Sean Francis Ward
Re-Reading the Arab Darwin: The Lewis Affair and Naguib Mafouz’s Palace of Desire
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Older books, new again—or encountered for the first time.
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