Nov 3 6PM | Global Modernism: State of the Field

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This roundtable brings together scholars from a variety of disciplines to offer their reflections on the changing nature of the study of modernist literature, poetry, art and cinema from across Europe, the Americas, Africa and the Middle East. The panel will address the question of what makes modernism global, and what the implications of this shift are for modernist scholarship and pedagogy. Each panelist will offer observations on the global turn in modernist studies from a disciplinary perspective, followed by a conversation among the panelists and with the audience.

The event marks the launch of the “Global Modernisms Group”, a research collaborative of the NYU Center for the Humanities. It will include a reading series, a work-in-progress program, and a database of lectures and events on modernism in the New York area, co-organized by Lori Cole and Kelly Sullivan.

Moderators:

Lori Cole, Assistant Professor/Faculty Fellow, Draper Program, New York University

Kelly Sullivan, Assistant Professor/Faculty Fellow, Ireland House, New York University

Panelists:

Robyn Creswell, Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature, Yale University

Matthew Eatough, Assistant Professor of English and Global Studies, Baruch College, City University of New York

Erica Moiah James, Assistant Professor, History of Art and African American Studies, Yale University

Effie Rentzou, Associate Professor of French, Princeton University

Robert Stam, University Professor, Cinema Studies New York University

PLEASE RSVP HERE. 

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