By Douglas Mao,Rebecca L. Walkowitz,Heather K. Love,Martin Puchner
Bad Modernisms therefore builds on and extends the “new modernist studies,” contemporary paintings marked by way of the applying of various equipment and a focus to texts and artists now not frequently categorised as modernist. during this assortment, those advancements are exemplified by means of essays starting from a studying of dandyism in Twenties Harlem as a functionality of a “bad” black modernist imaginary to a attention of Filipino American modernism within the context of anticolonialism. The participants re-examine regular figures—such as Virginia Woolf, D. H. Lawrence, Josef von Sternberg, Ludwig Wittgenstein, W. H. Auden, and Wyndham Lewis—and convey to gentle the paintings of lesser-known artists, together with the author Carlos Bulosan and the experimental filmmaker Len Lye. interpreting cultural artifacts starting from novels to manifestos, from philosophical treatises to motion picture musicals, and from anthropological essays to ads campaigns, those essays sign the capaciousness and effort galvanizing the hot modernist studies.
Contributors. Lisa Fluet, Laura Frost, Michael LeMahieu, Heather ok. Love, Douglas Mao, Jesse Matz, Joshua L. Miller, Monica L. Miller, Sianne Ngai, Martin Puchner, Rebecca L. Walkowitz
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Bad Modernisms by Douglas Mao,Rebecca L. Walkowitz,Heather K. Love,Martin Puchner