BIROn - Birkbeck Institutional Research Online

    Lesbian sexuality in the story of modernism

    Winning, Joanne (2010) Lesbian sexuality in the story of modernism. In: Brooker, P. and Gasiorek, A. and Longworth, D. and Thacker, A. (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Modernisms. Oxford Handbooks of Literature. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 218-234. ISBN 9780199545445.

    [img] Text
    Lesbian_Sexuality_in_the_Story_of_Modernism.pdf - Published Version of Record
    Restricted to Repository staff only

    Download (2MB) | Request a copy

    Abstract

    Book synopsis: The Oxford Handbook of Modernisms situates literary modernisms and the modernist arts in a series of unfolding relations with mass society and popular culture in both national and transnational settings. An unparalleled resource containing over fifty specially commissioned essays, the Handbook updates and extends the scope and depth of previous synoptic guides, bringing together new approaches to the more obvious themes of modernist studies as well as new research on the variety of cultural, aesthetic, and geographical factors that were intrinsic to the creation of modernism. The contributors draw upon a variety of interdisciplinary approaches and new methodologies in order to take account of the development of revisionist modernist studies over the past three decades. Two particularly innovative features of the Handbook are its focus upon the cross media and international character of modernism. A number of the essays examine visual culture and other media in order to delineate the aesthetic, intellectual, and cultural formations linking the innovations and experiments of literary modernism with work in other arts and media. Others seek to analyse how Anglo-American and European models were inflected in a different temporal frame and in quite distinct geographical contexts. The Handbook is divided into six sections in order to reflect changed critical perspectives upon modernism's formal innovation and experiment, to foreground the relation of literature and the other arts, and to understand these in appropriate intellectual, social, and geocultural settings. The received canon is therefore revisited and 'made new' as the varying aspects of metropolitan, regional, national, and transnational modernisms come into view.

    Metadata

    Item Type: Book Section
    School: School of Arts > English, Theatre and Creative Writing
    Depositing User: Jo Winning
    Date Deposited: 03 Jan 2013 12:17
    Last Modified: 20 Jul 2020 23:58
    URI: http://eprints.bbk.ac.uk/id/eprint/5513

    Statistics

    Downloads
    Activity Overview
    1Download
    171Hits

    Additional statistics are available via IRStats2.

    Archive Staff Only (login required)

    Edit/View Item Edit/View Item