Note: These resources correspond to the six course components described in “Women Making Modernism.” They include recommended readings and digital resources.
The Modernist Journals Project
The Modernist Archives Publishing Project
The Reading Experience Database (RED)
Sample student project (Claire Battershill): https://boredommurder.tumblr.com/
Related reading: Kopley, Mendelman, Kane, Sorensen
Drouin, Jeffrey. “Close-and Distant-Reading Modernism: Network Analysis, Text Mining, Pedagogy, and The Little Review.” Journal of Modern Periodical Studies, vol. 5, no. 1, 2014, pp. 110–35.
Hammill, Faye and Mark Hussey. Modernist Print Culture. Bloomsbury Academic, 2015.
Brooker, Peter and Andrew Thacker, editors. The Oxford Critical and Cultural History of Modernist Magazines. Oxford UP, 2009.
Poetry magazine’s open-access archive with full-text versions from 1912 to the present. Link here
Ford, Hugh. Published in Paris. Norton, 1980.
Kennedy, Richard. A Boy at the Hogarth Press. Hesperus, 2011.
Cunard, Nancy. These Were the Hours. Southern Illinois UP, 1969.
Beach, Sylvia. Shakespeare and Company. U of Nebraska P, 1991.
Southworth, Helen. Leonard and Virginia Woolf, The Hogarth Press and the Networks of Modernism. Edinburgh UP, 2010.
Jaillant, Lise. Cheap Modernisms and Modernism, Middlebrow and the Literary Canon: The Modern Library Series, 1917–1955. Edinburgh UP, 2017
Willis, J.H. Leonard and Virginia Woolf as Publishers:The Hogarth Press 1917–1941. U of Virginia P, 1992.
Cunard, Nancy. Negro Anthology online version. Link here
On Robert Graves’s and Laura Riding’s Seizin Press. Link here
First edition of Ruth Manning Sanders’s Karn (Hogarth Press) at Hathi Trust. Link here
Light, Alison Mrs Woolf and the Servants. Penguin, 2008.
—–. Common People: The History of an English Family. Penguin, 2014.
Cuddy Keane, Melba. “From Fan-Mail to Readers’ Letters: Locating John Farrelly.” Woolf Studies Annual, vol. 11, 2005, pp. 3–32.
Southworth, Helen. Fresca, A Life In the Making: A Biographer’s Quest for A Forgotten Bloomsbury Polymath. Sussex Academic Press, 2017.
Reading Experience Database for readers of Woolf’s work. Link here
Open Modernisms for full text digital versions of modernist texts. Link here
Modernist Versions Project at the University of Victoria. Link here
Gillespie, Diane. The Sisters’ Arts: The Writing and Painting of Virginia Woolf and Vanessa Bell. Syracuse UP, 1988.
Staveley, Alice. “Name That Face.” Virginia Woolf Miscellany, vol. 51, 1998 (on the Three Guineas photographs).
Fry, Roger. “Book Illustration and a Modern Example,” Transformations: Critical and Speculative Essays on Art. 1926. Doubleday, 1956.
Lahiri, Jhumpa. The Clothing of Books. Penguin, 2016.
Willson Gordon, Elizabeth. The Woolf’s Head Publishing: The Highlights and the New Lights of the Hogarth Press. U of Alberta P, 2009.
Schaeffer, Talia. “Posing Orlando.” Genders vol. 19, 1994.
Southworth, Helen “Bloomsbury and the Book Art,” Cambridge Companion to the Bloomsbury Group. Cambridge UP, 2014.
Staveley, Alice on Hogarth Press manager Norah Nicholls. “Marketing Virginia Woolf: Women, War, and Public Relations in Three Guineas.” Book History, vol 12, 2009.
Wilson, Nicola. “‘So now tell me what you think!’: Sylvia Lynd’s Collaborative Reading and Reviewing the Work of an Interwar Middlewoman.” Literature & History (forthcoming). Osborne, Huw (ed). The Rise of the Modernist Bookshop: Books and the Commerce of Culture in the Twentieth Century. Ashgate, 2015.
Snaith Anna. “Wide Circles: The Three Guineas Letters”. Woolf Studies Annual, vol. 6, 2000.
Beth Daugherty (ed). Special Issue on Woolf’s Fan Mail. Woolf Studies Annual, vol. 12, 2006.
Alan Liu’s Toychest. Link here
Johanna Drucker’s course website. Link here
Modernist Archives Publishing Project (MAPP) order book scans. Link here
Tufte Edward. The Visual Display of Quantitative Information. Graphics Press, 2001
McLoughlin, Kate. The Modernist Party. Edinburgh UP, 2013
Stein, Gertrude. Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas. Vintage, 1990.
Churchill, Suzanne. Mina Loy: Navigating the Avant-Garde. Link here
McCracken, Scott. Dorothy Richardson. Link here (see also Cucullu)