A Companion to Modernist Poetry
David E. Chinitz is Professor of English at Loyola University Chicago and President of the Modernist Studies Association. His publications include A Companion to T.S. Eliot (2009), T. S. Eliot and the Cultural Divide (2003), and Which Sin To Bear? Authenticity and Compromise in Langston Hughes (2013), as well as a range of articles in such journals as Callaloo, American Literary History , Modernism/Modernity, and PMLA . Gail McDonald teaches at Goldsmiths College, University of London. She is the author of Learning to be Modern: Pound, Eliot, and the American University , American Literature and Culture, 1900-1960 , and articles on American progressivism, modernist poetry, and pedagogy. A founder and past president of the Modernist Studies Association, she is Director of the T.S. Eliot International Summer School.
A Companion to Modernist Poetry
Notes on Contributors
Tim Armstrong is Professor of Modern English and American Literature at Royal Holloway, University of London. He is the author of Modernism, Technology, and the Body (1998), Haunted Hardy: Poetry, History, Memory (2000), Modernism: A Cultural History (2005), and The Logic of Slavery: Debt, Technology, and Pain in American Literature (2012). His Thomas Hardy: Selected Poems (Longman Annotated Texts) was reissued in 2009.
Chris Baldick is Professor of English at Goldsmiths, University of London. His publications include Literature of the 1920s (2012), Decadence: An Annotated Anthology (coedited with Jane Desmarais, 2012), The Modern Movement (Oxford English Literary History, Volume 10) (2004), and The Oxford Dictionary of Literary Terms (2008).
Rebecca Beasley is University Lecturer in Twentieth and Twenty-First Century Literature in the Faculty of English at the University of Oxford, and a Fellow of The Queen's College. She is the author of Ezra Pound and the Visual Culture of Modernism (2007), and Theorists of Modernist Poetry: Ezra Pound, T. S. Eliot and T. E. Hulme (2007). She is currently writing a book on the impact of Russian culture on British modernism.
Melissa Bradshaw teaches in the English Department at Loyola University Chicago. She is the author of Amy Lowell, Diva Poet , which won the 2011 MLA Book Prize for Independent Scholars and has published articles on divas in American culture and on Greenwich Village bohemianism. She is the coeditor of Selected Poems of Amy Lowell (2002) and Amy Lowell, American Modern (2004), a volume of critical essays.
Sascha Bru (Leuven University) is the author of numerous essays on modernist and avant-garde writers. His most recent book is entitled Democracy, Law and the Modernist Avant-Gardes: Writing in the State of Exception (2009). He is the coeditor of various volumes, including The Oxford Cultural and Critical History of Modernist Magazines , vol. 3, and Regarding the Popular: Modernism, the Avant-Garde, and High and Low Culture . He is currently co-directing the large-scale research project MDRN ( www.mdrn.be ).
Brad Bucknell is Associate Professor of English in the Department of English and Film Studies at the University of Alberta. He has published on the figure of Salome, on Pater and time, on African-American literary theory, on The Matrix , on T. S. Eliot, and on Gertrude Stein. His book Literary Modernism and Musical Aesthetics appeared in 2002.
David E. Chinitz is Professor of English at Loyola University Chicago. He is the author of T. S. Eliot and the Cultural Divide (2003) and Which Sin to Bear? Authenticity and Compromise in Langston Hughes (2013), the editor of A Companion to T. S. Eliot (2009), and coeditor of the forthcoming Complete Prose of T. S. Eliot, Vol. 6: 1940–1946 . He is currently president of the Modernist Studies Association.
Suzanne W. Churchill is Professor of English at Davidson College. She is the author of The Little Magazine Others and the Renovation of Modern American Poetry and coeditor, with Adam McKible, of Little Magazines and Modernism: New Approaches . She has published on modernist and Harlem Renaissance magazines, poetry, and pedagogy in various journals and collections. She is also founder and editor of the website "Index of Modernist Magazines."
John Xiros Cooper is Professor Emeritus in English at the University of British Columbia. He has co