Centre for Modernist Cultures

The Centre for Modernist Cultures is a hub for world-leading research on literary and artistic modernism. Its members work at the forefront of the discipline, opening up modernist scholarship to innovative lines of inquiry and to new interdisciplinary and international contexts for the study of cultural modernity.

 

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12 January 2021

A Clergyman's Daughter (1935)

Centre for Modernist Cultures co-director Nathan Waddell published a new edition of George Orwell's least-familiar novel, A Clergyman's Daughter (1935) in the Oxford World's Classics series.

19 June 2020

Learning from home

Within the College of Arts and Law, staff and students have adapted to a new way of working, with teaching and studying taking place at home through a variety of virtual platforms.

27 May 2020

The View from My Window | Alexandra Harris

Alexandra Harris writes for FaberBooks on the view from her window. "Occasionally there's a delivery and I resist looking out, but then again . . . An impressive consignment of compost at 19, wine at 34."

11 February 2020

Modernist Profiles: Hannah Comer

Modernist Profiles meets doctoral researcher, Hannah Comer, to explore their research interests, the work they are doing, and exciting developments in the field of modernist studies.

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[Image above: Returning to the Trenches, Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson, © The Henry Barber Trust, The Barber Institute of Fine Arts]