20th Century & Contemporary

Edited by Thomas Davis and Tory Young

Voluem 11 (2014)

Modernism and Sexology
Debra A. Moddelmog

Volume 10 (2013)

Ecocriticism
Pippa Marland

Gender and Narratology
Prof Dr Marion Gymnich

The Scholarly Monograph Unbound
Paul Fyfe

Black Atlantic Literature as Transnational Cultural Space
Shane Graham

Unnatural Narratology: The Systematic Study of Anti‐Mimeticism
Jan Alber

Modernism, Celebrity and the Public Personality
Rod Rosenquist

Narrative Theory and the Sciences of Mind
David Herman

Masculinity Studies and Literature
Alex Hobbs

Special Issue: The Future of Women In Modernism; Guest Editors: Tory Young and Jeff Wallace

Lessons Learned
Pamela L. Caughie

On Remaining Minor in Modernisms: The Future of Women’s Literature
Sonita Sarker

Modernist Women’s Writing: Beyond the Threshold of Obsolescence
Jane Garrity

Two Paths for Writing by Women in Modernist Studies
Elizabeth F. Evans

Gendered Transnationalism in “The New Modernist Studies”
Laura Winkiel

Absent Voices: Modern Women Writers in Celtic Countries
Nancy K. Gish

Recovering Feminist Criticism: Modern Women Writers and Feminist Periodical Studies
Barbara Green

“The Word is destroyed”? Women’s Studies, Modernist Studies, and the “New Normal” in Academe
Madelyn Detloff

Volume 9 (2012)

The Global Circulation Project’s Forum on Global Modernisms
Laura Doyle and Regenia Gagnier

Black Transnationalism: 20th-Century South African and African American Literatures (pages 80–94)
Stéphane Robolin

Volume 8 (2011)

G. Thomas Couser
Thomas R. Smith
Eva C. Karpinski
Kathleen A. Boardman
Micha Gerrit Philipp Edlich
Derek Neale
Rachel Morley
Philip Holden
Pauline Liu-Devereux

Late Modernism, 1928–1945: Criticism and Theory (pages 840–855)
Cheryl Hindrichs

At the Critical Stage: A Report on the State of Murakami Haruki Studies (pages 856–869)
Matthew Strecher

Teaching Guide for: ‘Writing Intimate Lives: Mediations in Biographical Praxis’
Rachel Morley

Irish Revivalism: Critical Trends and New Directions (pages 327–339)
Gregory Castle

The Rising Tide of the Transpacific (pages 130–141)
Steven G. Yao

Comics, Graphic Novels, Graphic Narrative: A Review (pages 28–46)
Ariela Freedman

The Crisis of Liberalism and the Politics of Modernism (pages 47–65)
Janice Ho

Literature and Governmentality (pages 66–79)
John Marx

Volume 7 (2010)

Transitions in Nabokov Studies (pages 965–976)
Will Norman

Global Joyce (pages 798–809)
Ariela Freedman

Touching Texts: The Haptic Sense in Modernist Literature (pages 810–823)
Abbie Garrington

Modernist Literature and the Everyday (pages 824–835)
Bryony Randall

Progressivism and Modernism in South Asian Fiction: 1930–1970 (pages 836–850)
Amardeep Singh

Literature and Posthumanism (pages 692–701)
Jeff Wallace

Cosmopolitanism and Literary Form (p 452-466)
Tanya Agathocleous

Sleep in Modern Fiction (p 467-476)
Michael Greaney

‘The Seim Anew’: Joyce Studies in the Twenty-First Century (p 477-483)
Vike Martina Plock

Twentieth-Century and Contemporary Welsh Gothic Fiction (p 281-289)
Jane Aaron

Notes Toward a Dialectical Method: Modernities, Modernisms, and the Crossings of Empire
Laura Doyle

Volume 6 (2009)

Autobiografiction: Experimental Life-Writing from the Turn of the Century to Modernism (p 1041-1059)
Max Saunders

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The Politics of the State in Contemporary Literary Studies (p 1060-1070)
Matthew Hart

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Mixing Media: Critical Approaches to Cinematic Modernism (p 957-967)
Heather Fielding

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A New Global Poetics? (p 758-784)
Romana Huk

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The Feminist Periodical Press: Women, Periodical Studies, and Modernity (p 191-205)
Barbara Green

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Volume 5 (2008)

The Static Clock and the Old Manchild: Temporality in Twentieth-Century African Literature (p 633-644)
Adam Barrows

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Cultural Wounds and Physical Scarring in Once Were Warriors (p 645-656)
Rachel Bryden

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The Question of Socialist Writing and Sylvia Townsend Warner in the Thirties (p 657-667)
Kristin Ewins

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Contemporary British-Jewish Writing: From Apology to Attitude (p 394-406)
Ruth Gilbert

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Contemporary Literature, Post-Industrial Capital, and the UK Creative Industries (p 122-133)
Sarah Brouillette

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Twentieth-Century Re-Workings of the Victorian Novel (p 134-144)
Grace Moore

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Volume 4 (2007)

Between Then and Now: Modern Book History (p 1428-1443)
Kate Longworth

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‘The Making of the Book’: Roy Fisher, the Circle Press and the Poetics of Book Art (p 1444-1459)
Matthew Sperling

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Bakhtinian ‘Journalization’ and the Mid-Victorian Literary Marketplace (p 1460-1474)
Dallas Liddle

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Difficulty and Modern Poetry (p 1133-1157)
Steven Monte

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Ezra Pound’s Cantos: A Compact History of Twentieth-Century Authorship, Publishing and Editing (p 1158-1168)
Mark Byron

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Manuscript in Print: The Materiality of Alternative Comics (p 1169-1182)
Emma Tinker

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Lost in a World of Books: Reading and Identity in Pre-War Japan (p 1183-1207)
Susan C. Townsend

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The Anxiety of Daughterhood, or Using Bloom to Read Women Writers: The Cases of Louisa May Alcott and Virginia Woolf (p 1208-1226)
Meg Jensen

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Immigrant Motherhood and Transnationality in Jhumpa Lahiri’s Fiction (p 851-861)
Ann Marie Alfonso-Forero

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Economic Ideas and British Literature, 1900–1930: The Fabian Society, Bloomsbury, and The New Age (p 862-887)
Adam Trexler

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Introduction: Virginia Woolf and The Art of Exploration (p 470-472)
Urmila Seshagiri, Rishona Zimring

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Early Twentieth-Century British Women Travellers to Greece: Contextualizing the Example of Virginia Woolf (p 473-485)
Martha Klironomos

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‘Others Wanted to Travel’: Woolf and ‘America Herself’ (p 486-493)
Thaine Stearns

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A New Angelology: Mapping the Angel through Twentieth-Century Literature (p 494-507)
Suzanne Hobson

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Virginia Woolf’s Sense of Adventure (p 203-217)
Maria DiBattista

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The Twentieth Part: Virginia Woolf in the British Museum Reading Room (p 218-234)
Benjamin Harvey

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“Street Haunting”: Phantasmagorias of the Modern Imperial Metropolis (p 235-242)
Sara Gerend

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Hyde Park Gate News (p 243-251)
Gill Lowe

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The Art of “Scene-Making” in the Charleston Bulletin Supplements (p 252-262)
Claudia Olk

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A Camera of Her Own: Woolf and the Legacy of the Indomitable Mrs. Cameron (p 263-270)
Emily Setina

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Woolfian Resonances (p 271-283)
Anne Fernald

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Volume 3 (2006)

A “Messy” History and its Many “Messy” Texts: An Essay on Partition (India, 1947) and its Narratives (p 1160-1185)
Sukeshi Kamra

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Contemporary Approaches to the Literature of the First World War: A Critical Survey (p 914-923)
Joanna Scutts

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In Conrad’s Footsteps: Critical Approaches to Africanist Travel Writing (p 924-939)
Robert Burroughs

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Joseph Conrad Criticism (p 588-602)
John G. Peters

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Making Time: Narrative Temporality in Twentieth-Century Literature and Theory (p 603-612)
Brian Richardson

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The Plasticity of Poetry (p 613-624)
Jessica Smith

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Women Writers in World War II (p 625-635)
Elizabeth Maslen

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Modernist Studies and the Bildungsroman: A Historical Survey of Critical Trends (p 230-243)
Tobias Boes

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E. M. Forster as Public Intellectual (p 43-52)
Stuart Christie

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Volume 2 (2005)

Post-Apartheid Disgrace: Guilty Masculinities in White South African Writing (p **-**)
Georgie Horrell

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Naturalizing the Supernatural: Faith, Irreverence and Magical Realism (p **-**)
Christopher Warnes

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Talking Back at the Centre: Demotic Language in Contemporary Scottish Fiction (p **-**)
Jeremy Scott

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Volume 1 (2004)

Globalization and Contemporary Literature (p **-**)
Nico Israel

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“A Way to Cross Over”: Caribbean Literary Criticism (p **-**)
Seanna Oakley

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Trends in the Contemporary Irish Novel: Sex, Lies, and Gender (p **-**)
Jennifer M. Jeffers

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Devolving Black British (p **-**)
James Procter

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Cultivating Peripheral Vision: Ralph Ellison, James Joyce and the Fight of the Century (p **-**)
Kasia Boddy

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