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Modernism, Race and Manifestos
1. Introduction: manifestos, race, and modernity Part I. Cosmopolitan London, 1906-14: 2. Women's suffrage melodrama and burlesque 3. Futurism's music hall and India docks 4. Vorticism's cabaretExpand
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Geomodernisms : race, modernism, modernity
Modernism as a global phenomenon is the focus of the essays gathered in this book. The term 'geomodernisms' indicates their subjects' continuity with and divergence from commonly understood notionsExpand
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Suffrage Burlesque: Modernist Performance in Elizabeth Robins's The Convert
This essay examines how Elizabeth Robins borrowed from the theater to fashion new forms of modern identities for women. Robins combines melodramatic and burlesque performance genres in ways thatExpand
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Nancy Cunard's Negro and the Transnational Politics of Race
There is no living library that does not harbor a number of booklike creations from fringe areas. They need not be stick-in albums or family albums, autograph books or portfolios containing pamphletsExpand
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Gendered Transnationalism in “The New Modernist Studies”
This essay discusses the development of transnational scholarship in modernist studies and asks whether this development can amplify and enliven the sub-field of women’s literature within modernistExpand
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