restricted access   Volume 23, Number 3, September 2016

Table of Contents

Special Issue: Modernist Inhumanisms

Aaron Jaffe, guest editor


Introduction: Who’s Afraid of the Inhuman Woolf?

pp. 491-513

Baddest Modernism: The Scales and Lines of Inhuman Time

pp. 515-538

The Extinction Romance

pp. 539-553

Inhuman Words: Philology, Modernism, Poetry

pp. 555-571

What Meaning Follows Form?: Miss Lonelyhearts’s Inhuman Aesthetics

pp. 573-592

The Promethean Gap: Modernism, Machines, and the Obsolescence of Man

pp. 593-609

Atomic Screen Test

pp. 611-630

The Old Weird

pp. 631-649

A Modest Proposal for the Inhuman

pp. 651-670

Review Essay

Violent Times

pp. 671-676

Gallery Review

Picasso: The Great War, Experimentation, and Change, and: Picasso: The Great War, Experimentation, and Change by Pablo Picasso, Mariah Keller (review)

pp. 677-681

Book Reviews

Other Things by Bill Brown (review)

pp. 683-685

Planetary Modernisms: Provocations on Modernity across Time by Susan Stanford Friedman (review)

pp. 686-688

Spirals: The Whirled Image in Twentieth-Century Literature and Art by Nico Israel (review)

pp. 688-691

The Wallflower Avant-Garde: Modernism, Sexuality, and Queer Ekphrasis by Brian Glavey (review)

pp. 691-693

Deafening Modernism: Embodied Language and Visual Poetics in American Literature by Rebecca Sanchez (review)

pp. 693-695

Birth of an Industry: Blackface Minstrelsy and the Rise of American Animation by Nicholas Sammond (review)

pp. 695-697

James Joyce, Science, and Modernist Print Culture: “The Einstein of English Fiction.” by Jeffrey S. Drouin (review)

pp. 698-699

Modernist Informatics: Literature, Information, and the State by James Purdon (review)

pp. 699-702

Modernism and Mobility: The Passport and Cosmopolitan Experience by Bridget T. Chalk, and: Nation and Citizenship in the Twentieth-Century British Novel by Janice Ho (review)

pp. 702-706

Reckoning with the Imagination: Wittgenstein and the Aesthetics of Literary Experience by Charles Altieri (review)

pp. 706-708

Recent Books of Interest

pp. 709-710


p. 710