[Msa-discuss] New journal Feminist Modernist Studies (Routledge): Entire First Issue Now Free Access For Limited Time
claity at utk.edu
Sun Jan 7 10:42:45 EST 2018
Dear MSA Members,
Due to the level of interest, Routledge has made the entire first double- issue of Feminist Modernist Studies free-access to anyone until the end of January, 2018. Click on the top link to go to the Routledge page, or stay here and click on a specific link below the essay of interest.
Our "submit" button for our electronic system should be live on our website next week; however if you have an essay ready for submission and the button is not yet active, you can send submissions directly to me at <claity at utk.edu>
Next issue appears in October, 2018.
Reminder: FMS is available at a discounted price for MSA members.
Happy New Year,
Feminist Modernist Studies (Routledge) Vol 1 Numbers 1-2 (March-July 2018)
Special Issue: Toward feminist modernisms
Table of Contents
“Editor's Introduction: toward feminist Modernisms,” Cassandra Laity
FREE ACCESS: http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/aecNJCVHMHgbSydPRr2r/full
On the State of/Future of Feminist Modernist Studies
“Practicing transnational feminist recovery today,” Jessica Berman
“Feminist inter/modernist studies,” Kristin Bluemel and Phyllis Lassner
“Strong-armed Sisyphe: feminist queer modernism again . . . again,” Madelyn Detloff
FREE ACCESS: http://tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/24692921.2017.1387412?scroll=top&needAccess=true
“Black modernist feminism and this contemporary moment: Evie Shockley's the new black,” Miriam Thaggert
Modern Women and Crossings
“Katherine Dunham's Chicago stage: crossings to Caribbean negritude,” Rishona Zimring
FREE ACCESS: http://tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/24692921.2017.1370263
“Fashion is Spinach, but style is politics: Elizabeth Hawes's functionalist feminism,” Sarah Cornish
“Transferred debts: Marion Milner's A Life of One's Own and the limits of anlaysis,” Vanessa Smith
The Body and Embodiment
“Gallantry and its discontents: Joan of Arc and virtuous transmasculinity in Radclyffe Hall and Vita Sackville-West,” Jaime Hovey
“’In the centre of a circle’: Olive Moore's Spleen and gestational immigration,” Erin M. Kingsley
“The corset, the bicycle and the Hottentot: Alexandre Falguière’s The Dancer and Cléo de Mérode’s modern feminine body,” Susan Waller
Out of the Archives
“There is no glass woman: Muriel Rukeyser's lost feminist essay ‘Many Keys’”
Prof. Cassandra Laity
Editor, Feminist Modernist Studies (FMS; Routledge; 2017--)
Former Co-Editor, Modernism/Modernity (JHUP; 2000-2010)
Currently, Visiting Scholar
University of Tennessee-Knoxville
e-mail claity at utk.edu
most recent essay, "Eco-Geologies of Queer Desire"
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