The British Association for Modernist Studies is a scholarly society devoted to the study of modernist cultures. The organization publishes a peer-reviewed journal, Modernist Cultures, as well as a monthly digest of trends and currents in the field, The Modernist Review. It also hosts an annual conference.
The Feminist inter/Modernist Association is the supporting professional organization for the peer-reviewed journal Feminist Modernist Studies. FiMA offers support to scholars working on women writers, feminists, and culture-makers of the late 19th through the mid-20th century (1870-1970). The association provides a network for scholars who seek to recognize and remedy the gaps in literary and historical scholarship that leave out women writers and culture-makers who have fallen out of print or who tend to be overshadowed by their contemporaries. By opening up space for discussions about the limitations of period and genre on women’s literary and cultural history, FiMA members actively rethink categories and definitions of modernism, modernity, and cultural studies from a feminist perspective. FiMA is non-exclusionary and open to researchers, teachers, common readers who are committed to feminist work pertaining to the long 20th century’s culture. The organization hosts a biannual conference.
The Modernist Studies Association is a scholarly society devoted to the study of modernist cultures. The organization publishes a peer-reviewed journal, Modernism/modernity, which also encompasses a digital platform PrintPlus, and runs an annual conference.
The Space Between is a scholarly society devoted to the interdisciplinary study of literature and culture between the two world wars. The society hosts an annual conference, and publishes an open-access peer-reviewed journal, The Space Between: Literature and Culture 1914-1945.