6 edition of Race, American Literature and Transnational Modernisms (Cambridge Studies in American Literature and Culture) found in the catalog.
April 30, 2008
by Cambridge University Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||248|
About. Led by Dr Dorothy Price (formerly Rowe), the Transnational Modernisms Research Cluster has core research strengths in the study of British, German and Soviet art and visual culture across national and international boundaries.. Researchers within the group are concerned with the study of cultural dialogues and visual exchange within and across nation states and . The Cambridge companion to transnational American literature / "For two decades, the 'transnational turn' in literary studies has generated enormous comment and controversy. This Companion provides a comprehensive account of the scope, impact, and critical possibilities of the transnational turn in American literary studies.
This book examines literature by African, Native, and Jewish American novelists at the beginning of the twentieth century, a period of radical dislocation from homelands for these three ethnic. The Norton Anthology of American Literature Book Summary: The most-trusted anthology for complete works, balanced selections, and helpful editorial apparatus, The Norton Anthology of American Literature features a cover-to-cover revision. The Ninth Edition introduces new General Editor Robert Levine and three new-generation editors who have reenergized the volume .
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Anita Patterson's book is a welcome addition to the growing body of scholarship on transnational, transatlantic modernisms. Along with critics such as Jahan Ramazani, Matthew Hart, and the contributors to Laura Doyle and Laura Winkiel's anthology Geomodernisms, 1 Patterson is helping to shift the focal point of modernist studies away from national paradigms, seeking in this book.
Get this from a library. Race, American literature and transnational modernisms. [Anita Haya Patterson] -- "Modernist poetry crosses racial and national boundaries. The emergence of poetic modernism in the Americas was profoundly shaped by transatlantic contexts of empire-building and migration.
In this. Race, American Literature and Transnational Modernisms. By Anita Patterson. Cambridge University Press pp, £ ISBN Published 10 April RACE, AMERICAN LITERATURE AND TRANSNATIONAL MODERNISMS Modern poetry crossed racial and national boundaries.
The emer-gence of poetic modernism in the Americas was profoundly shaped by transatlantic contexts of empire-building and migration. In this ambitious book, Anita Patterson examines cross-currents of inﬂu.
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The emergence of poetic modernism in the Americas was profoundly shaped by. In Race, American Literature and Transnational Modernisms (Cambridge UP, ), I developed a more global and comparative perspective. Placing American literature in a New World context, I explored how the poetry of Whitman, Poe, Eliot, and Pound, along with their Francophone avant-garde contemporaries in the Caribbean and in Europe, influenced.
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Race, American Literature and Transnational Modernisms by Anita Patterson Race, American Literature and Transnational Modernisms by Anita Patterson ROGERS, GAYLE Cambridge University Press,vi+ pp., ISBN ‐0‐‐‐1 Anita Patterson's innovative study Race, American Literature and Transnational Modernisms.
Offering a new map of American literature in the global era, this volume provides a history of the field, key debates, and instances of literary readings that convey the way in which transnationalism may be seen as a method, not just a description of literary work that engages more than one nation.
The Americas of Asian American Literature Rachel C. Lee Drawing on a wide array of literary, historical, and theoretical sources, Rachel Lee addresses current debates on the relationship among Asian American ethnic identity, national belonging, globalization, and gender.
About Race and New Modernisms. From the Harlem and Southern Renaissances to postcolonial writing in the Caribbean, Race and New Modernisms introduces and critically explores key issues and debates on race and ethnicity in the study of transnational modernism today.
Topics covered include: Key terms and concepts in scholarly discussions of race and. Originally published inthis book presents a historical guide to American literature, from the colonial era through to the late nineteenth century.
The text is broad in scope, incorporating studies of philosophical, historical and political Author: Yogita Goyal.
Joining books like Laura Winkiel’s Modernism, Race, and Manifestos and Anita Patterson’s Race, American Literature, and Transnational Modernisms.
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A. Chancy View article.What should modernist studies do to adapt to the growing globalization of the field? This article reviews the new paradigms for studying world literature and the debates about comparativity that are most relevant to modernist studies, suggesting some different comparative strategies for reading modernism on a planetary scale.
To attain a fully planetary reach, however, modernist Cited by: 4.The Oxford Handbook of Global Modernisms expands the scope of modernism beyond its traditional focus to explore the contributions of artists from regions like Spain, the Balkans, China, Japan, India, Vietnam, and Nigeria.
Together, these essays present a fresh examination of modernist works from around the world.