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During the 1920s, transnational avant-garde magazines witnessed how a new self-understanding of artists and intellectuals arose in Eastern and Western Europe. Their feuilletons and glosses, their intermedial arrangements emerging from the juxtaposition of visual arts reproductions, announcements, proclamations, literary texts, and news (including national and international politics), break up national frameworks of culture by interlinking discourses and artistic genealogies from different European countries. Often led by artists with transmigration experiences, they map a new transnational common ground for intellectual and artistic engagement. The contribution mainly discusses examples from Contimporanul and Integral and finally compares them with Klingsor, a journal which squandered the chances of a transnational avant-garde and developed into an antisemitic Nazi journal in Transylvania.

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In: Periodical Studies Today
In: Erschöpfungsgeschichten