Edinburgh Critical Studies in Modernist Culture

Series Editor(s): Tim Armstrong, Rebecca Beasley

This series of monographs on selected topics in modernism is designed to reflect and extend the range of new work in modernist studies. The studies in the series aim for a breadth of scope and for an expanded sense of the canon of modernism, rather than focusing on individual authors. Literary texts will be considered in terms of contexts including recent cultural histories (modernism and magic; sonic modernity; media studies) and topics of theoretical interest (the everyday; postmodernism; the Frankfurt School); but the series will also re-consider more familiar routes into modernism (modernism and gender; sexuality; politics). The works published will be attentive to the various cultural, intellectual and historical contexts of British, American and European modernisms, and to inter-disciplinary possibilities within modernism, including performance and the visual and plastic arts.

If you have a proposal suitable for this series we’d love to hear from you. Find out how to submit your proposal

Please use the MHRA style guide when preparing your proposal and typescript for this series. The MHRA style guide can be accessed here.

9 Item(s)

per page

9 Item(s)

per page