Category Archives: Guest Posts

2018 or 1918?

By | November 2, 2018

Guest post by Celia Marshik and Allison Pease A polarized environment in which women argue that their experiences are different from men’s, that men oppress them, and that women have a right to claim their own experience. A moment of crisis that threatens men’s world of privilege; men fight back with anger, dismissal, and belligerence that… Read More »

Modernism’s Print Cultures

By | November 1, 2018

Guest post by Faye Hammill and Mark Hussey Writing Modernism’s Print Cultures gave us an oddly divided perspective on modernism because our research soon made clear that what seems to recent scholars to be cutting edge work on periodicals and advertising, markets and commodities, networks and typography was in fact all invented a hundred years… Read More »

Modernism, Science, and Technology

By | October 31, 2018

Guest post by Mark Morrisson When I was asked by the New Modernisms series editors to consider contributing a volume on modernism, science, and technology, I jumped at the chance.  I had long been researching the mutually informing and generative inter-relationships among the sciences and the arts and humanities during the period—indeed, the rich and… Read More »

Collaborative Worldbuilding for Writers and Gamers

By | October 26, 2018

Guest post by Trent Hergenrader As a Ph.D. student in English-Creative Writing at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, I became interested in digital writing across composition, professional writing, and creative writing. I was surprised to find so little scholarship on digital creative writing, so one of my advisors suggested I look at work in the still-nascent field… Read More »

Feminist Theory: The Intellectual Traditions

By | October 23, 2018

Guest post by Josephine Donovan I have been exhilarated by the resurgence of feminism in the 21st century, in the #MeToo movement, in the million-woman protest marches of January 2017, in renewed efforts to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment, and in the record numbers of women running for office in the U. S. today. But… Read More »

Happy birthday, Katherine Mansfield!

By | October 14, 2018

Katherine Mansfield was born on October 14, 1888. To celebrate the 130th anniversary of her birth, Todd Martin explores Mansfield’s relationship to the Bloomsbury Group and her place in literary modernism. In one of the reviews of the first edition of Katherine Mansfield and the Bloomsbury Group, the reviewer – commenting that the book was… Read More »

Décor Nation

By | October 3, 2018

Guest post by Kati Stevens Holidays in the U.S. announce themselves through, among other things, domestic and commercial décor – Christmas being the most heavy-handed, with Halloween not far behind, and Valentine’s Day, St. Patrick’s Day, Easter, and the color-theme twins of Memorial Day and the 4th of July all putting in noble efforts. Traditionally,… Read More »