The Routledge Encyclopedia of Modernism was recongnized as one of Choice's Outstanding Academic Titles for 2017.
"International in scope, the work effortlessly captures the global nature of modernism’s growth in a range of disciplines. The interface layout is organized, simple, and attractive. Content, search capabilities, and navigation are outstanding. Images are beautiful and articles clear; both are effortlessly retrievable with either a basic or advanced search by full-text, contributor, title, and subject." - Library Journal (August 2018)
"The interface to this online encyclopedia—not merely an ebook replicating a printed set, but an evolving digital resource—is cleanly designed, with beautiful images reflecting the many themes of its more than 1,000 entries... The initiative provides academic libraries with an essential resource to support relevant programs in multiple fields of study; there is currently no scholarly online encyclopedia with such an expansive focus. The format makes for an appropriate introductory tool for all academic audiences seeking to gain a foothold within modernism's global context." - L. J. Sherlock, Victoria University, Choice Reviews (July 2017 Vol. 54 No. 11) **Rated Essential**
“The Routledge Encyclopedia of Modernism is valuable for its breadth and diversity, particularly its geographical diversity, which genuinely reflect expanded definitions of "modernism" that have recently changed the field. This collection moves between large-scale discussions of concepts, institutions, and genres (alienation, little magazines, butoh, social realism) and more detailed discussions of figures and works (Susanne Wenger, The Waste Land, Agnes de Mille, Rubén Darío). Each entry is signed by the author and has suggested further reading and links to related articles. This would be a good place to focus research or to expand it, and it will be useful for both beginning students and advanced researchers.” - Siobhan Phillips, Associate Professor of English, Dickinson College