[Msa-discuss] Modernist Journals Project
adam.mckible at verizon.net
Fri Mar 30 17:31:21 EDT 2012
This is wonderful news indeed!
On Mar 30, 2012, at 4:45 PM, Mark Morrisson wrote:
> That's terrific! Congratulations, MJP. What a wonderful resource
> these magazines will be.
> At 04:08 PM 3/30/2012, Scholes, Robert wrote:
>> FYI, MSA members:The Modernist Journals Project has been awarded a
>> two-year grant of $270,000 from the National Endowment for the
>> Humanities to digitize substantial runs of five American journals:
>> McClure's (1901-1910), The Smart Set (1913-1922), The Masses
>> (1911-1917), Camera Work (1903-1917), and The Seven Arts
>> (1916-1917). The grant will be administered by the University of
>> Tulsa, and the work will be done at both Brown and Tulsa.
>> Best wishes,
>> Robert Scholes
>> Research Professor of Modern Culture and Media
>> Co-Director, Modernist Journals Project
>> RS: < http://www.brown.edu/academics/modern-culture-and-media/home-page-robert-scholes
>> MJP: <http://www.modjourn.org>
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