[Msa-discuss] Απ: Open Modernisms

Angeliki Spiropoulou Angeliki.Spiropoulou at london.ac.uk
Fri Aug 25 05:25:56 EDT 2017


Many thanks, Stephen,


the site is fantastic! Congratulations to all for creating, maintaining, contributing, sharing.


best

Angeliki

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Dr Angeliki Spiropoulou (MA; PhD Sussex University)
Associate Professor of European Literature and Theory-
The University of the Peloponnese;
Research Fellow at the School of Advanced Study-
The University of London
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Virginia Woolf, Modernity and History: Constellations with Walter Benjamin
http://www.palgrave.com/us/book/9780230537583#aboutBook

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Στάλθηκε: Πέμπτη, 24 Αυγούστου 2017 7:25:54 μμ
Προς: msa-discuss at jhupress.jhu.edu
Θέμα: [Msa-discuss] Open Modernisms

Hi everyone,

This is just a quick note to remind you all that a huge amount of primary material is now freely available on Open Modernisms for you to mix-n-match to create custom course packs or anthologies. If you are teaching modernism, swing by and give it a look. The output is PDF format, separated by item so your students can print part or all of it if they want, or keep the whole thing digital. Oh, it's free. No charge, no subscription.

You just log in, create an empty course pack, and then browse or search for items to include. You can rearrange the order before finalizing it, and even upload your own notes or introductory material. And if you've done one before, or want to see what others have done, you can browse existing course packs. You can even clone them and alter them to suit your own purposes -- remove something here, add something there -- and make it your own. And it's free. Let your inner anarchist run wild.

Did I mention that it's free?

Check it out at http://openmods.uvic.ca

Stephen (a ghost of presidency past)
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