Welcome to the Routledge Encyclopedia of Modernism! The resource is an invaluable tool for students and researchers, and brings together a wealth of interdisciplinary content about the Modernist period.
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The Routledge Encyclopedia of Modernism was recognized as one of Choice Magazine’s Outstanding Academic Titles for 2017! REM was also rated as “Essential” by Choice in July 2017.
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From Literature to Music, and Architecture to Intellectual Currents, browse articles and critical commentaries across a range of disciplines.
All articles and commentaries have been edited and cross-referenced by a team of experts in Modernism, who are led by General Editor Stephen Ross.
Browse the many facets of the Modernist period by subject; including Literature, Theatre, Film, Architecture, and more
From pioneering Post-Impressionism to daring Dadaism, discover the influential movements that emerged during the Modernist period
From Paris to Pyongyang, and Moscow to Malawi, explore key cultural regions and discover the important locations that helped shape and develop the Modernist period
By Andrew, Nell; Jordan, Sharon; Głuchowska, Lidia; Poppelreuter, Tanja
- Modernism in the Middle East and Arab World
By Tagharobi, Kaveh; Zarei, Ali
- Modernism in Latin America
By Oliver, Amy A.
- Intellectual Currents Subject Overview
By Pecora, Vincent P.
- Literature Subject Overview
By Swift, Megan
- Churchill, Sir Winston Leonard Spencer (1874 –1965)
By Cubbon, Alexandra Gerena
- VanDerBeek, Stan (1927–1984)
By Levin, Erica
- Symbolism Overview
By de Rosnay, Emile Fromet; Ioffe, Dennis; Rowe, Samantha
- Scheler, Max (1874–1928)
By Peterson, Paul Silas
- Mercé y Luque, Antonia Rosa (Stage Name: La Argentina; b. 4 September 1888, Buenos Aires, Argentina; d. 18 July 1936, Bayonne, France)
By Bennahum, Ninotchka