Published twice annually, the
Journal of Avant-Garde Studies is an interdisciplinary forum for critical discussion of the experimental, the outrageous, and the unclassifiable in the arts and literature, from the heyday of modernism to today. The perspective is global, the theoretical approaches are diverse, and the eligible subjects range from the famous to the forgotten.
JAGS seeks to broaden and enrich our history of the vanguard.
For any questions about your manuscript, please contact the Editor in Chief,
Tim Conley, Brock University, Canada
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Editor in Chief Tim Conley (Brock University, Canada)
Editorial board Éva Forgács (Art Center C of Design in Pasadena, USA) Bojan Jović (Inst. for Literature & Arts, Belgrade, Serbia) Béatrice Joyeux-Prunel (École normal supérieure, France)
Advisory board Mark Antliff (Duke University, USA) Paula Barreiro López (Université Grenoble-Alpes, France ) Stephen Cain (York University, Canada) Rubén Gallo (Princeton University, USA) Irene Gammel (Ryerson University, Canada) Andreas Kramer (Goldsmiths, UK) Christina Lodder (Kent University, UK) Gao Minglu (University of Pittsburgh, USA) Nancy Perloff (Getty Research Institute, USA) Jed Rasula (University of Georgia, USA) Yeon Shim Chung (Hongik University, South Korea) Przemysław Strozek (Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland) Julia Vaingurt (U of Illinois at Chicago, USA)
“Modernist studies has been a booming field for the past twenty-five years, but only now with the
Journal of Avant-Garde Studies will we finally benefit from a forum specifically designed to look into the core, the engine without which modernism would simply not exist. The closer we look, the more we'll see that the avant-garde is the seed from which the mighty oak of modernism grew.”
– Jed Rasula, Professor of English, University of Georgia, USA
All interested in 20th-century art, modernism and the avant-garde movements. Relevant also for advanced undergraduate and graduate courses in art history, cultural history, literary studies, and transnational studies as well as an international audience of scholars and museum experts.