Following AMSN2, we are preparing a journal special issue on Transnational Modernisms (2015) and a book of essays on Asia-Pacific Modernisms (2016). Please submit 5000 word essays (Chicago style) to Mark Byron (email@example.com) by 30 June 2015.
The Call for Papers for MSA 17 Boston (Nov 19-22, 2015) on the theme of “Modernism and Revolution” is now available.
Please visit the conference website for the CFP and further details about the event: MSA 17
A recent exchange on the Modernist Studies Association listserv discussed the idea of developing a creative commons site where scholars and teachers working in the field could access primary texts and links (to materials that are not under copyright).
Shawna Ross has put up a wish-list on GoogleDocs, to which all Modernists are invited to contribute. Please add to the list any items you would like to see as part of an open-access sourcebook for modernism. The list focuses on primary materials, but there is a section at the end of the document for suggested secondary texts.
Aside from being an interesting exercise in spontaneous field-mapping, this will assist in making the repository a reality in the very short term.
Visit https://docs.google.com/document/d/1-Wibh_vEheI2A8LtpF22-qCrfjuDPWj_jvebPQ7eJOY/edit?usp=sharing to add your items.