In January 2017, I participated in the inaugural episode of the Modernist Podcast and share some of my work on modernist women writers (including Virginia Woolf, Gertrude Stein, Nella Larsen, and Djuna Barnes). Public humanities projects like this podcast are an incredible resource for sharing, building, and learning from scholarly communities. As creator Séan Richardson explains, podcasts can transform the space and place of scholarly work by amplifying new or different voices and breaking down the physical and economic boundaries of academic institutions. Both endeavors, I would argue, are modernist in spirit.

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Form and Light, Motif in West New Jersey,” Oscar Florianus Bluemner [CC0], via Wikimedia Commons

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