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Editorial: Modernism under Review

Editorial: Modernism under Review The editors of Modernist Cultures are pleased to reintroduce ‘Modernism under Review’. While recent critical works in modernist studies are routinely reviewed in the leading journals, rarely if ever do scholars in the field have an opportunity to reevaluate seminal works that helped to establish and shape our discipline. Peter Brooker’s wide-ranging reconsideration of Raymond Williiams’s posthumous publications, most particularly, The Politics of Modernism, some two decades after their first appearance, continues what we hope will become a distinctive and regular feature of Modernist Cultures. In the future, the editors aim to publish similar extended critical reflections upon major and influential works from the past, and in so doing provide both those who have long worked in the field and those new to the discipline an opportunity to reflect upon the critical history and intellectual development of both modernism and modernist studies. The editors welcome proposals and suggestions from readers and contributors for this exciting new venture. Modernist Cultures 6.2 (2011): v DOI: 10.3366/mod.2011.0012 © Edinburgh University Press www.eupjournals.com/mod http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Modernist Cultures Edinburgh University Press

Editorial: Modernism under Review

Modernist Cultures , Volume 6 (2): v – Oct 1, 2011

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Publisher
Edinburgh University Press
Copyright
© Edinburgh University Press 2011
Subject
Film, Media and Cultural Studies
ISSN
2041-1022
eISSN
1753-8629
DOI
10.3366/mod.2011.0012
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Abstract

The editors of Modernist Cultures are pleased to reintroduce ‘Modernism under Review’. While recent critical works in modernist studies are routinely reviewed in the leading journals, rarely if ever do scholars in the field have an opportunity to reevaluate seminal works that helped to establish and shape our discipline. Peter Brooker’s wide-ranging reconsideration of Raymond Williiams’s posthumous publications, most particularly, The Politics of Modernism, some two decades after their first appearance, continues what we hope will become a distinctive and regular feature of Modernist Cultures. In the future, the editors aim to publish similar extended critical reflections upon major and influential works from the past, and in so doing provide both those who have long worked in the field and those new to the discipline an opportunity to reflect upon the critical history and intellectual development of both modernism and modernist studies. The editors welcome proposals and suggestions from readers and contributors for this exciting new venture. Modernist Cultures 6.2 (2011): v DOI: 10.3366/mod.2011.0012 © Edinburgh University Press www.eupjournals.com/mod

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Modernist CulturesEdinburgh University Press

Published: Oct 1, 2011

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