Seminal Modernisms is an international partnership between Clemson University Press and the French Society for Modernist Studies. Drawing its name from the French acronym of the society (SEM), this collection seeks to publish innovative and original research in modernist studies and to amplify the voices of modernist scholars in Europe and worldwide. Through carefully peer-reviewed monographs and edited collections, Seminal Modernisms fosters a critical dialogue around the aesthetic forms and cultural experiences that shaped the modernist period. The series aims to interrogate the seminality of modernist experiments, but also to explore their margins, peripheries, and offshoots.
Series editors: Noëlle Cuny and Caroline Pollentier.
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