Spis treści: The Oxford Handbook of Modernisms


  • List of Illustrations xiii List of Contributors, s. xv
  • Introduction, s. 1 PETER BROOKER, ANDRZEJ GASIOREK, DEBORAH LONGWORTH, AND ANDREW THACKER

PART I. FRAMEWORKS

  1. Periodizing Modernism, s. 17 MORAG SHIACH
  2. Modernism Before and After Theory, s. 31 SASCHA BRU
  3. The Modernist Archive, s. 45 FINN FORDHAM

PART II. PRACTICES AND PERSPECTIVES

  1. Innovations in Poetry, s. 63 ROBERT HAMPSON AND WILL MONTGOMERY
  2. Modernist Narratives: Revisions and Rereadings, s. 85 DAVID JAMES
  3. The Modernist Novel in Europe, s. 108 MICHAEL WOOD
  4. Staging Modernism: A New Drama, s. 122 KIRSTEN E. SHEPHERD-BARR
  5. Modernists as Critics, s. 139 MICHAEL VALDEZ MOSES
  6. Gendering the Modernist Text, s. 156 DEBORAH LONGWORTH
  7. Class Positions, s. 178 ANDRZEJ GASIOREK
  8. Queer Modernism, s. 199 ROBERT L. CASERIO
  9. Lesbian Sexuality in the Story of Modernism, s. 218 JOANNE WINNING
  10. Harlem Modernisms, s. 235 JONATHAN W. GRAY
  11. Colonial Encounters, s. 249 LAURA DOYLE
  12. Travelling Modernists, s. 267 TIM YOUNGS

PART III. CONTEXTS AND CONDITIONS

  1. The Machine Age, s. 283 NICHOLAS DALY
  2. Modernism in the Age of Mass Culture and Consumption, s. 300 JOHN XIROS COOPER
  3. Publication, Patronage, Censorship: Literary Production and the Fortunes of Modernist Value, s. 315  AARON JAFFE
  4. Modernism in Magazines, s. 335 SUZANNE W. CHURCHILL AND ADAM MCKIBLE
  5. Primitivism: Modernism as Anthropology MICHAEL BELL, s. 353
  6. Questions of History, s. 368 DANIEL MOORE
  7. Modernism and Philosophy, s. 388 PETER OSBORNE
  8. The Modernist Road to the Unconscious, s. 410 MATT FFYTCHE
  9. Religion, Psychical Research, Spiritualism, and the Occult, s. 429 ROGER LUCKHURST
  10. Science in the Age of Modernism, s. 445 MICHAEL H. WHITWORTH
  11. Violence, Art, and War, s. 461 MARINA MACKAY
  12. Modernist Politics: Socialism, Anarchism, Fascism, s. 477 ALAN MUNTON

PART IV. IMAGE, PERFORMANCE, AND THE NEW MEDIA

  1. Cinema, Modernism, and Modernity, s. 503 JAMES DONALD
  2. Photography and the Age of the Snapshot, s. 521 ELENA GUALTIERI
  3. odernism and the Visual Arts, s. 540 SARAH VICTORIA TURNER
  4. Dancing Bodies and Modernity, s. 562 RAMSAY BURT
  5. Modernism on Radio, s. 582 DEBRA RAE COHEN
  6. Modernist Music, s. 599 SIMON SHAW-MILLER
  7. Architecture, Design, and Modern Living, s. 618 CHRISTOPHER CROUCH

PART V. METROPOLITAN MOVEMENTS

  1. Imagining the Modernist City, s. 637 SCOTT MCCRACKEN
  2. Paris: Symbolism, Impressionism, Cubism, Surrealism, s. 655 ANDREW HUSSEY
  3. Berlin: Expressionism, Dada, Neue Sachlichkeit, s. 669 RICHARD J. MURPHY
  4. London: Rhymers, Imagists, and Vorticists, s. 687 ANDREW THACKER
  5. Futurism in Europe, s. 706 JOHN J. WHITE
  6. The Modernist Atlantic: New York, Chicago, and Europe, s. 725 MARTIN HALLIWELL
  7. Modernist Coteries and Communities, s. 740 NATHAN WADDELL

PART VI. NATIONAL AND TRANSNATIONAL MODERNISMS

  1. Scottish Modernism, s. 765 MARGERY PALMER MCCULLOCH
  2. Irish Modernism, s. 782 CAROL TAAFFE
  3. Welsh Modernism, s. 797 DANIEL G. WILLIAMS
  4. Central European Modernisms TIMOTHY O. BENSON, s. 817
  5. Russian Modernism, s. 837 EMILY FINER
  6. Nordic Modernisms, s. 851 ANKER GEMZOE
  7. Modernisms in English Canada, s. 873 DEAN IRVINE
  8. Hispanic Literature and Modernism, s. 89 DONALD L. SHAW
  9. Caribbean Modernism, s. 910 DAVE GUNNING
  10. Modernism and African Literature, s. 926 TIM WOODS
  11. Modernisms in India, s. 942 SUPRIYA CHAUDHURI
  12. Antipodean Modernisms: Australia and New Zealand, s. 961 PRUDENCE BLACK AND STEPHEN MUECKE
  13. Chinese Modernisms, s. 976 STEPHANIE HEMELRYK DONALD AND YI ZHENG
  14. Modernism and Colonial Modernity in Early Twentieth-Century Japan, s. 996 VERA MACKIE
  • Afterword: 'Newness' in Modernism, Early and Late, s. 1012 PETER BROOKER
  • Bibliography, s. 1037
  • Index, s. 1113
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