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The MSA issue of _Modernism/Modernity_ 10:3 is in the mail.

This issue features a section entitled "Eliot and Anti-semitism: the Ongoing Debate II," a second installment of the debate in M/M 10:1 comprised of four short essay/responses examining the implications of the debate for the relation of Semitism to modernism:

Jonathan Freedman, "Lessons Out of School: T.S. Eliot's Jewish Problem and the Making of Modernism"

Bryan Cheyette, "Neither Excuse nor Accuse: T.S. Eliot's Semitic Discourse"

Ranen Omer-Sherman, "Rethinking Eliot, Jewish Identity and Cultural Pluralism"

Jeffrey M. Perl, "The Idea of a Jewish Society"

Other essays include the following:

Simon Gikandi, "Picasso, Africa, and the Schemata of Difference"

W.J.T. Mitchell, "The Work of Art in the Age of Biocybernetic Reproduction"

Rita Felski, "Modernist Studies and Cultural Studies: Reflections on Method"

Donna K. Hollenberg, "'History as I desired it': Ekphrasis as Postmodern Witness in Denise Levertov's Late Poetry"

Melba Cuddy-Keane, "Modernism, Geopolitics, Globalization"


Professor Cassandra Laity
Co-Editor, _Modernism/Modernity_
English Department
Drew University
Madison, NJ 07940
Phone: 973-408-3141
Fax: 973-408-3040





Professor Cassandra Laity
Co-Editor, _Modernism/Modernity_
English Department
Drew University
Madison, NJ 07940
Phone: 973-408-3141
Fax: 973-408-3040