Robert_Scholes at brown.edu
Sun Mar 29 12:25:46 EDT 2009
The start date for The Little Review is the first issue-in 1914. Apologies
for the error, and for two mailings.
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From: msa-discuss-bounces at jhupress.jhu.edu
[mailto:msa-discuss-bounces at jhupress.jhu.edu] On Behalf Of Robert Scholes
Sent: Sunday, March 29, 2009 12:03 PM
To: MSA Discussion
Subject: [Msa-discuss] help for the MJP
Colleagues-The MJP is preparing a grant proposal to digitize four more
. The Little Review from 1914 through 1922
. The Freewoman/New Freewoman/Egoist complete
. Others complete
. The Crisis from 1910 through 1922
We think this is a really important set of modernist magazines. However,
because the committee reviewing such proposals may not include a specialist
in modern culture, we need to explain the importance of these journals to a
broad spectrum of reviewers, and we can use your help.
If you will send me any thoughts you have on the importance of one or more
of these journals for studies of modernism, I will make sure that your
comments are included in the proposal.
Thanks for whatever support you may be able to give us,
Research Professor of Modern Culture and Media
Co-Director, Modernist Journals Project
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