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Ardis, Ann

Transatlantic Print Culture, 1880–1940

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Ann Ardis, Patrick Collier

Part I. History, Culture, and the Public Sphere: Discipline, Theory, Methodology

2. Representing the Public Sphere: The New Journalism and Its Historians
Mark Hampton

3. Staging the Public Sphere: Magazine Dialogism and the Prosthetics of Authorship at the Turn of the Twentieth Century
Ann Ardis

4. Transatlantic Print Culture: The Anglo-American Feminist Press and Emerging “Modernities”
Lucy Delap, Maria DiCenzo

5. Feminist Things
Barbara Green

Part II. The Cultural Work of Print Media: Markets, Institutions, and Audiences

6. Philanthropy and Transatlantic Print Culture
Francesca Sawaya

7. John O’London’s Weekly and the Modern Author
Patrick Collier

8. “Women are News”: British Women’s Magazines 1919–1939
Fiona Hackney

9. Christopher Morley’s Kitty Foyle: (Em)Bedded in Print
Margaret D. Stetz

Part III. Modernism on/in Print Media, Print Media in/on Modernism

10. Journalism and Modernism, Continued: The Case of W.T. Stead
Laurel Brake

11. Journalism, Modernity, and the Globe-Trotting Girl Reporter
Jean Marie Lutes

12. The Fine Art of Cheap Print: Turn-of-the-Century American Little Magazines
Kirsten MacLeod

13. The Newspaper Response to Tender Buttons, and What It Might Mean
Leonard Diepeveen

Part IV. An Experiment in Pedagogy

14. Modernist Periodicals and Pedagogy: An Experiment in Collaboration
Suzanne W. Churchill, Drew Brookie, Elizabeth Burkhead, Jamie Butler, Hall Carey, Cameron Hardesty, Joel Hewett, Ruthie Hill, Nakia Long, Kristen Psaki, Kat Schulmann, Amy Trainor, Ruchi Turakhia, Christian Williams, Lauren Yero

Keywords: Literature, North American Literature, Eighteenth-Century Literature, British and Irish Literature, English, Cultural Studies, Nineteenth-Century Literature

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2008
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
270 pages
Category
Litterary Studies
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230228450
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-36387-2

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