<div dir="ltr">We can start a wish list for what we&#39;d like to see in a future open-access sourcebook: <div><br></div><div><a href="https://docs.google.com/document/d/1-Wibh_vEheI2A8LtpF22-qCrfjuDPWj_jvebPQ7eJOY/edit?usp=sharing">https://docs.google.com/document/d/1-Wibh_vEheI2A8LtpF22-qCrfjuDPWj_jvebPQ7eJOY/edit?usp=sharing</a><br></div><div><br></div><div>After figuring out what kinds of texts we&#39;d like to see open-access, proofread, etc, online, we could start a collaborative editing platform through GitHub. I&#39;d be interested in using GitHub as a quasi-CMS that could automatically convert documents to a very slim, small, mobile Markdown file that you could then access in .epub, .txt., or .pdf form. </div><div><br></div><div>It would take individual interventions to find a source for each file, and we would want people to volunteer to do proof-reading, but if it&#39;s a community effort, no one person would have to take on a major project.</div><div><br></div><div>Look how beautiful and simple a Markdown file can be in Github in this Mina Loy repository: <a href="http://oncomouse.github.io/loy/">http://oncomouse.github.io/loy/</a></div><div><br></div><div>Best,</div><div>Shawna</div><div class="gmail_extra"><br><div class="gmail_quote">On Mon, Sep 8, 2014 at 11:43 AM, Fisher, Jane E <span dir="ltr">&lt;<a href="mailto:fisher@canisius.edu" target="_blank">fisher@canisius.edu</a>&gt;</span> wrote:<br><blockquote class="gmail_quote" style="margin:0px 0px 0px 0.8ex;border-left-width:1px;border-left-color:rgb(204,204,204);border-left-style:solid;padding-left:1ex">




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<div style="direction:ltr;font-family:Tahoma;color:rgb(0,0,0);font-size:10pt">I agree that a common site where primary texts and links would be available would be very useful to many scholar/teachers. I know that I get weary of creating of my own course packets
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The Victorian Web provides one example of a hypermedia archive which has been operating successfully for many years. It&#39;s time for the modernists to advance beyond the Victorians!<br>
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Jane   <br>
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Associate Professor, Department of English<br></span>
Canisius College<br>
2001 Main St.<br>
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<a href="tel:716-888-2112" value="+17168882112" target="_blank">716-888-2112</a><br>
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<div style="direction:ltr"><font color="#000000" face="Tahoma"><b>From:</b> <a href="mailto:msa-discuss-bounces@muse.jhu.edu" target="_blank">msa-discuss-bounces@muse.jhu.edu</a> [<a href="mailto:msa-discuss-bounces@muse.jhu.edu" target="_blank">msa-discuss-bounces@muse.jhu.edu</a>] on behalf of Angeliki Spiropoulou [<a href="mailto:angelikispiropoulou@hotmail.com" target="_blank">angelikispiropoulou@hotmail.com</a>]<br>
<b>Sent:</b> Monday, September 08, 2014 2:28 PM<br>
<b>To:</b> Stephen Ross; <a href="mailto:msa-discuss@chaos.press.jhu.edu" target="_blank">msa-discuss@chaos.press.jhu.edu</a><div><div class="h5"><br>
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<div dir="ltr">Splendid idea, Stephen!<br>
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Angeliki Spiropoulou (MA, PhD Sussex University)<br>
Assistant Professor in Modern European Literature and Theory<br>
The University of the Peloponnese<br>
Department of Theatre Studies<br>
Vasileos Konstantinou 21, 2100 Nafplio, Greece<br>
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<div>e-mail: <a href="mailto:aspirop@uop.gr" target="_blank">aspirop@uop.gr</a></div>
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From: <a href="mailto:saross@uvic.ca" target="_blank">saross@uvic.ca</a><br>
To: <a href="mailto:msa-discuss@chaos.press.jhu.edu" target="_blank">msa-discuss@chaos.press.jhu.edu</a><br>
Date: Mon, 8 Sep 2014 17:25:52 +0000<br>
Subject: Re: [Msa-discuss] Modernism textbook needed<br>
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I love the idea of a creative commons site where you can essentially build-a-book from an existing library of materials in the public domain. Surely much of the material is now out of copyright, making such an endeavour relatively easy. 
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<div>On Sep 8, 2014, at 10:07 AM, Linett, Maren T &lt;<a href="mailto:mlinett@purdue.edu" target="_blank">mlinett@purdue.edu</a>&gt; wrote:</div>
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<div>I agree. Perhaps this thread could be shown to potential publishers. I teach a class called Modernist Women Writers, for which I would use an anthology of primary sources along with the novels I teach.</div>
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<div>Maren Linett</div>
<div>Associate Professor</div>
<div>Department of English</div>
<div>Purdue University </div>
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<span style="font-weight:bold">From: </span>Angeliki Spiropoulou &lt;<a href="mailto:angelikispiropoulou@hotmail.com" target="_blank">angelikispiropoulou@hotmail.com</a>&gt;<br>
<span style="font-weight:bold">Date: </span>Monday, September 8, 2014 at 12:46 PM<br>
<span style="font-weight:bold">To: </span>Jane Marie Garrity &lt;<a href="mailto:Jane.Garrity@Colorado.EDU" target="_blank">Jane.Garrity@Colorado.EDU</a>&gt;, &quot;<a href="mailto:msa-discuss@chaos.press.jhu.edu" target="_blank">msa-discuss@chaos.press.jhu.edu</a>&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:msa-discuss@chaos.press.jhu.edu" target="_blank">msa-discuss@chaos.press.jhu.edu</a>&gt;<br>
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<div dir="ltr">With reference to Jane&#39;s message. This conversation proves that there is great need for anthologies  indeed, and  it could be brought as evidence to publishers. The collection the three of you are preparing sounds absolutely fascinating and valuable
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Angeliki Spiropoulou (MA, PhD Sussex University)<br>
Assistant Professor in Modern European Literature and Theory<br>
The University of the Peloponnese<br>
Department of Theatre Studies<br>
Vasileos Konstantinou 21, 2100 Nafplio, Greece<br>
<div><span style="font-size:10pt">tel.: ++30 27520 96130 (Dept Secretariat)</span></div>
<div>e-mail: <a href="mailto:aspirop@uop.gr" target="_blank">aspirop@uop.gr</a></div>
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From: <a href="mailto:jane.garrity@colorado.edu" target="_blank">jane.garrity@colorado.edu</a><br>
To: <a href="mailto:msa-discuss@chaos.press.jhu.edu" target="_blank">msa-discuss@chaos.press.jhu.edu</a><br>
Date: Mon, 8 Sep 2014 09:28:19 -0600<br>
Subject: [Msa-discuss] Modernism textbook needed<br>
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<div>As a footnote to Georgia&#39;s message I wanted to say that Anne Fernald, Anna Snaith and I are working on an anthology on Transnational Women Modernists but have encountered some resistance from publishers who have told us that they are cautious about taking
 on teaching anthologies because they cannot make the finances work. Many of the primary sources that we are interested in bringing back into print are not readily available online or in second-hand collections. We have also been told that scholarly editions
 that bring individual writers further up the research ladder are more likely to be published than anthologies that gather writings from &#39;forgotten&#39; and &#39;noncanonical&#39; figures. In short, I think that publishers&#39; commissioning priorities will need to change
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Jane Garrity</div>
<div>Associate Professor of English</div>
<div>Associate Chair and Director of Undergraduate Studies<br>
University of Colorado at Boulder<br>
226 UCB<br>
Boulder, CO 80309-0226</div>
<div><a href="mailto:Jane.Garrity@Colorado.Edu" target="_blank">Jane.Garrity@Colorado.Edu</a></div>
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<div>On Sep 7, 2014, at 3:34 PM, Georgia Johnston wrote:</div>
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Gender of Modernism<br>
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Gender in Modernism,<br>
both edited by Bonnie Kime Scott<br>
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all the best,<br>
Georgia Johnston<br>
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Georgia Johnston<br>
Professor of English<br>
Saint Louis University<br>
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On 9/7/14, Gary Stonum &lt;<a href="mailto:gxs11@case.edu" target="_blank">gxs11@case.edu</a>&gt; wrote:<br>
<blockquote>Just to echo the laments, there has to my knowledge been nothing to replace<br>
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<blockquote>Ellmann  and Feidelson, which is weird considering how long ago they<br>
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<blockquote>compiled that book and how little it anticipates any flavor of new<br>
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<blockquote>modernist studies.   Why don&#39;t some of you young-&#39;uns try you hand at<br>
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<blockquote>revising and updating it?   You can likely leave out the<br>
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<blockquote>proto-existentialism stuff that then was all the rage, which would give<br>
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<blockquote>some room for including Mina Loy, DuBois, Stein, CLR James and more than a<br>
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<blockquote>Grampa Gary<br>
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<blockquote>On Sun, Sep 7, 2014 at 4:01 PM, Bahun, Sanja &lt;<a href="mailto:sbahun@essex.ac.uk" target="_blank">sbahun@essex.ac.uk</a>&gt; wrote:<br>
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<blockquote>I&#39;d second Dr Spiropoulou&#39;s suggestion: *Modernism: An Anthology of<br>
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<blockquote>Sources and Documents* (EUP), ed. V. Kolocotroni, J. Goldman and O.<br>
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<blockquote>Taxidou, is excellent and I hear a new, revised &amp; enlarged edition is on<br>
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<blockquote>Companion to Modernism* for postgraduate students. For modules with a<br>
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<blockquote>*Modernism and Melancholia: Writing as Countermourning<br>
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<blockquote>&lt;<a href="http://global.oup.com/academic/product/modernism-and-melancholia-9780199977956?lang=en&amp;cc=gb" target="_blank">http://global.oup.com/academic/product/modernism-and-melancholia-9780199977956?lang=en&amp;cc=gb</a>&gt;*<br>
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<blockquote>*From:* <a href="mailto:msa-discuss-bounces@muse.jhu.edu" target="_blank">
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<blockquote>On Sep 7, 2014, at 12:05, &quot;Gregory Castle&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:dedalus@asu.edu" target="_blank">dedalus@asu.edu</a>&gt; wrote:<br>
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<blockquote> Ellmann and Feidelson, ed. &quot;The Modern Tradition&quot; is useful.<br>
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