Introduction, The Case for Cultural/Gender/Modernist Studies, Lisa Rado * Modernism's [EM] Space
The [em] Space of Modernism and the Possibility of Flaneuserie : The Case of Vina Delmar and Her Bad Girls, Kakie Urch * The Art (ifice) of Striptease: Gypsy Rose Lee and the Masquerade of Nudity, Jennifer Blessing * Modernist Literature and Popular Spiritualism, Helen Sword * The 'Wife' and the 'Genius': Domesticating Modern Art in Stein's Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas, Margot Norris * You Must Go Home Again: Duty, Love, and Work as Presented in Popular Magazines During World War II, Susan Alexander and Allison Greenberg * Gendered Modernism From The Margins
Madge Tennent: Contested Images from Paradise, Bonnie Kelm * Modernism or Modernismo? Delmira Agustini and the Gendering of Turn-of-the-Century Spanish American Poetry, Patricia Varas * The Face and Voice of Blackness, Henry Louis Gates, Jr.
Gender and Modernist Arts
Engendering a Scandal: The Cubist House and the Private space of Modernity, Elizabeth Kahn * Whitewash, Ripolin, Shop-Girls, and Matiere: Modernist Design and Gender, Nigel Whitely * Gender Still Life: Paintings of Still Life in the Machine Age, Barbara Zabel * Dancing Free: Women's Movements in Early Modern Dance, Dee A. Reynolds
Modernism, Primitivism, and Matriarchy, Lisa Rado * "Civilization is Based upon the Stability of Molars": Dorothy Richardson and Imperialist Dentistry, Kristen Bluemel * "Dance Little Lady": Poets, Flappers, and The Gendering of Jazz, David Chinitz * The Room as Laboratory: The Gender of Science and Literature in Modernist Polemics, Caroline Webb * Gendered Restraints: Heart of Darkness and the Anorexic Logic of Literary Modernism, Leslie Heywood * Name and Subject Indexshow more