“Modernism & the Avant-Garde” approaches the new modernist studies broadly and asks what modernism means in relation to the unstable contingencies of race, class, culture, community, capital, nationality, and so forth. The series welcomes cross-disciplinary projects in which modernism & the avant-garde are important, including but not limited to literature, the visual & plastic arts, drama, and music. The series also considers the different timelines, locations, and cultural sites of modernist production.
Stephen Ross (Professor of English, University of Victoria)
James Gifford (Associate Professor, School of the Humanities,
Fairleigh Dickinson University)
Send queries and proposals to [email protected] or to both series editors, [email protected] and [email protected]. All submissions will undergo rigorous peer review.
Established in 1967 in Madison, NJ, with editorial offices now in Vancouver, BC, Fairleigh Dickinson University Press publishes scholarly books for the academic community through a co-publishing partnership with Rowman & Littlefield, Lanham, MD.