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Revising the spatial and temporal coordinates of modernist production has mostly been welcomed as a progressive and necessary manoeuvre. After a short survey of emerging scholarship on regional modernist culture, he will discuss the politics of recuperation at a time when a range of new writing from other times and other places is compelling us to question our very assumptions about where modernism happens and what modernism formally does.
James considers the advantages and consequences of rethinking the narrative modes of regional writers under the rubric of modernism ranging from late modernists like Sylvia Townsend Warner to more contemporary figures like John McGahern.
Although each of their authors has been incorporated into the modernist canon, I will suggest these volumes remain difficult to place in relation to literary modernism: Bates, the interrogation of belonging in Sheila Kaye-Smith, the slow embrace of mechanization in Adrian Bell, or the primitivism of Leo Walmsley.
With reference to one or more representative example sHead shows how some of the dominant themes of modernity were registered in the rural novel of the s and s.
The point here is not to contribute to the expansion of modernism, but rather to suggest how a shared cultural field brings together disparate forms of literary expression, or at least complicates how these disparate forms have been separated in literary history.
Central to the conception of Modernism adopted here is the idea that by the late nineteenth century, large numbers of artists, thinkers and cultural and political ideologues and activists had begun to experience the condition of Western modernity as a crisis: A Modernist, on this reading, is thus both on some level a theorist or thinker of cultural crisis, as well as a practitioner of experimental responses to that perceived crisis.
But the very idea of an epochal cultural transformation at this time would necessarily involve some confrontation with the still-dominant religion and cultural paradigm of the West.
How was the Christian past to be assessed? Was it worth preserving, or should it be overcome once and for all?
And did it have a future? The paper juxtaposes the idea of formative tensions between Modernism and Christianity, with more explicitly Christian modernisms, arguing that both are essential to a coherent account of Modernism as a movement.
This work builds on earlier work by Leon Surette and Timothy Materer on modernism and the occult and Helen Sword on modernism and spiritualism. This growing area of interest in modernist studies has a number of points of contact with current interests in theology and religious studies.
One fruitful, yet underexplored connection is how the turn towards phenomenology in theology and religious studies has brought an interest in materiality which resonates with the concern with materiality in everyday life studies, a significant area of modernist studies.
This paper explores the connections between current attention — within both modernist studies and theology and religious studies — to materiality, the everyday and spirituality, arguing that an everyday sacred emerges within modernist texts.
The paper then goes on to consider the work of two modernist women writers in this context. It argues that Mary Butts and H. Eliot as masterpieces of the twentieth century.
By locating Jones at the interstices of late modernist aesthetics, I suggest ways in which notions of modernism can be reoriented. For David Jones, the most significant interconnection is between space and the sacred, and the two are fused through a sacramental aesthetic.
Henry Mead, Edwardian Visions of Sin: Contemporary experimental performance methodologies e. This paper, then, explores modernism as a historical movement and a living artistic practice.
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INTRODUCTION. Purpose. This joint concept paper provides direction for the Department of Defense non-lethal weapons program.
It does so by establishing a set of guiding principles for the development of non-lethal weapons core capabilities for application across the spectrum of military operations. To understand the evolution of the Indian army’s CI doctrine, one has to go back to its experience in Nagaland and Mizoram in the s and s.
It is from here that the basics emerged based on actual operational experience. The doctrine, as it developed over a period of time, had four major components.