A year ago, Modernism/modernity, amid excitement and trepidation, launched this platform with the aim of renewing and enlivening the journal and extending its reach—making it possible to include a range of media as integral parts of articles, to introduce innovative new formats for publication and new modes of collaboration, to respond in real time to compelling events, to continue conversations (and take issue) across platforms, to grow and change in response to the needs of our scholarly community.
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
Older books, new again—or encountered for the first time.
A What Are You Reading? forum on recent publications in the field.