Frequently Asked Questions and Further Information
When did The Routledge Encyclopedia of Modernism launch?
The platform has been developed over a number of years, and officially launched on May 9th 2016. It has been devloped by Routledge (Taylor and Francis/ Informa) and Propagator.
Can I access a list of contributors to the platform?
The Routledge Encyclopedia of Modernism is led by Dr. Stephen Ross, our General Editor. Dr. Ross is a Professor at the University of Victoria (Canada), and Past-President of the Modernist Studies Association.
Over 1,500 academic specialists have contributed articles and research to The Routledge Encylopedia of Modernism, a full list of contributers is forthcoming.
If you are interested in contributing an article, please contact us.
What content is available on the Routledge Encyclopedia of Modernism?
A wealth of content relating to the modernist period is available, and every article is edited for consistency and cross-referenced to encourage discoverability. The site is easy to use, articles are available to browse across eight subject fields, and can be searched by place and movement. Where possible, articles are supported by relevant images. Currently, we have over 1,700 articles and 100 images available on the platform, and will be updating and revising content every year.
Each article summary is available free-to-view, however, a subscription is required in order to access the full length articles.
I cannot find what I’m looking for, what should I do?
As an expanding resource, it is possible we have not yet published an article on your search term – if this is the case, please let us know and we can look to add it in the future. However, the inclusion or exclusion of special characters may affect your results so be aware of this when searching. You can use the filters on the left of your screen to filter your results by subject, places, movement or types, as well as A-Z. For extra discoverability you can follow the related searches at the bottom of some entries – to give you a selection of related articles to choose from - or the related articles will take you directly to another article.
Do you have permission for all images?
Every image should include the title along with a copyright © line, acknowledging permission to reproduce the image.
Every effort has been made to trace and contact copyright holders for the images and text reproduced in the Routledge Encyclopedia of Modernism. This has not been possible in every case, however, and the publishers would welcome correspondence from any rights holders who we have been unable to trace. Any omissions bought to our attention will be remedied in future updates.
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Free trials are available to institutions, if you are an academic or student, please recommend REM to your librarian and we can help to set up a trial for you from there.
Librarians may request a 30-day free trial for their institution by completing our simple online form. At the end of the trial we will be able to provide usage information to help you evaluate the trial. We can also provide you with tools to help you increase awareness of the resource to your users during the trial and throughout your subscription, please contact us for further information about this.
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How do I obtain usage report information?
The Routledge Encyclopedia of Modernism provides COUNTER4-compliant usage reports for registered library account administrators.
The benefits of usage reports include:
- Track usage at your institution over a monthly or annual basis
- Find out how much content is being used in your institution
- Identify key trends in user behaviour
What are COUNTER reports?
COUNTER (Counting Online Usage of Networked Electronic Resources) is an international initiative serving librarians, publishers, and intermediaries by setting standards that facilitate the recording and reporting of online usage statistics in a consistent, credible, and compatible way.
Usage reports available:
- Book Report 2 (Number of Successful Article Requests by Month and Title)
- Platform Report 1 (Total Searches, Result clicks and Record Views)
How do I run usage reports through my institution's account?
First, you'll need to register with us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Next, sign in to our subscriber services database with your username and password and go to My Account. If you have been allocated administrative rights for your institution you will now see Institutional Account options as well as My Account options. If you do not see this option please contact us. Click on Manage Usage Data where you will find all the options for downloading usage data for your institution.
Can I access MARC records?
We are not currently able to offer MARC-21 records from the site directly, but we can supply a file on request. Please contact us for details.