The Origins of Atlantic Modernism

A.J Ginger

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Abstract

The origins of modernism are often situated in the mid-nineteenth-century in Paris. This essay examines parallel developments over a larger geographical area, with particular attention to the Ibero-American Atlantic. The essay argues that the apparent parallels paradoxically undermine the coherence of some of the most fundamental theorisations of cultural modernity. However, it goes on to suggest a way of reformulating the explanation for the similarity between developments across the Atlantic.
Translated title of the contributionThe Origins of Atlantic Modernism
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationTheorizing the Ibero-American Atlantic
EditorsLisa Vollendorf, Harald Braun
PublisherBrill Academic Publishers
ISBN (Print)9789004216105
Publication statusPublished - 2013

Bibliographical note

Other: According to editor (October 2012) now on schedule for 2013.

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