In anticipation of the 2022 Modern Language Association Convention, we would like to invite you to save 40% on the recent books in literary studies featured here—including new entries from our series Page and Screen, Studies in Print Culture and the History of the Book, Veterans, African American Intellectual History, Childhoods: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Children and Youth, and more!
We are also excited to announce the launch of the series, Becoming Modern: Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century, edited by Elizabeth A. Fay. Locating modernity in unexpected times and places and amongst neglected constellations of people, institutions, and ideas across the Atlantic world, the projects in this series explore the rapid social, political, and technological changes that unfolded during this period.
If you have projects underway that seem like a good match for our list, we would encourage you to schedule a virtual meeting with Senior Editor, Brian Halley. Please visit his Calendly page to view available time slots.
Fine print: promo code MAS042 expires on February 28, 2022.
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Civic Entertainments and the Elizabethan Progress
Illustrated American Fiction and Poetry, 1785–1885
Materiality, Form, and Media History in Contemporary Literature
Veteran-Writers and the Politics of Memoir
An Archaeology of Born-Digital Materials
The Spiritual Teachings of Ralph Waldo Emerson
Maritime and Domestic Fictions in Nineteenth-Century American Women's Writing
Dangerous Childhoods in Antebellum U.S. Literature
Religious Affections and Christian Contact in Early North America
Penobscot Transformer Tales, Volume 1
American Women's Literary Autobiography of the 1930s
African American Periodical Cultures
New International Essays on America's Most Famous Nature Writer
Mediating Information in the Novel and the Book
Narrative Self-Invention from Bessie Smith to Jack White
The American Literary Archives Market
U.S. Print Culture and the Rise of Ethnic Literature, 1877-1920
Books, Organizing, and Global Activism
Amiri Baraka, Black Music, Black Modernity
Harvard and the Modern American Practice of Unbelief
Antebellum Print Culture and the Rise of the Critic
Emily Dickinson and Nineteenth-Century American Popular Culture
Young Poets and Questions of Agency
Free Soil in Antislavery Boston
Loyalist Women Writers of the American Revolution
Thoreau's Legacy in an Unsettled Land
Literary Translation in the Soviet Union, 1960-1991