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wiki site map

Page history last edited by Mark Gaipa 13 years, 7 months ago

A Site Map for the MJP Instructional Wiki

 

Introduction (MJP wesbite)

What makes the MJP a unique resource

Challenges posed by the MJP archive—and some solutions

How to read a magazine

 

Projects 

Lesson plans and talking points

Ideas and Lesson Plans for:

courses about modernism

courses about periodicals

courses about poetry

single-author courses

surveys of modern literature

writing courses

Special Teaching Issues:

collaborative projects

evaluation & grading

General classroom & research projects using MJP resources 

1. Projects involving different kinds of things 

Advertisements (2)

Anthologies

Art work

Audience (magazine readership)

Bibliographic code

Book reviews

Cartoons

Editors/publishers

Illustrations

Juxtaposed items in a magazine

Layout (2)

Letters to the editor

Lifespan of the magazine (5)

Manifestos (1)

Pseudonymous & unsigned contributions 

Serialized fiction (1)

2. Projects defined by activity or skill-set

Surveying, describing, reporting

Comparative studies #1: involving authors  (involving the author/text tool)

Comparative studies #2: involving topics

Testing a claim

Inferring context #1: involving the topics tool?

Inferring context #2: text in context

History 1: latitudinal (or synchronic) projects

History 2: longitudinal (or diachronic) projects

Understanding controversies and debates: involving the debates tool?

Group work

3. Projects involving various MJP teaching tools

Ideas for working with the Notable Authors & Texts tool

Ideas for working with the Topics & Keywords tools

Ideas for working with the Debates & Controversies tool

Projects involving specific MJP journals 

Blast

The Blue Review

Coterie

The Crisis

Dana

The Egoist (Including The Freewoman and The New Freewoman)

The English Review

The Little Review

The New Age

Others

The Owl

Le Petit Journal des Réfusées

Poetry: A Magazine of Verse (21 ideas)

Rhythm

Scribner's Magazine

The Tyro

Wheels

The 1910 Collection

 

Tools

Contextual tools

Notable Authors and Texts in MJP Periodicals     

Twenty-six alphabetized pages of MJP authors

Anthologies surveyed

Volumes of the Dictionary of Literary Biography surveyed

Individual Author Pages

Eliot, T. S.

Ford, Ford Madox

James, Henry

Mansfield, Katherine

Pound, Ezra

Modernist Topics and Keywords

Social & historical topics

Advertising (see Consumerism)

Automobile

Aviation

Birth Control

Consumerism

Degeneration (related topic: Primitivism)

Efficiency (related topics: Eugenics, Modernization, Social Darwinism)

Egoism

Empire (see Imperialism)

Eugenics (related topics: Efficiency, Social Darwinism)

Evolution (related topic: Social Darwinism)

Fabianism (or Fabian Society)

Fashion

Freud & Psychoanalysis

Great War (see World War I)

Imperialism

Labor

Mass Media

Modernization (related topic: Efficiency)

Mysticism (see Spiritualism)

New Woman  (related topics: Women's Suffrage)

The Occult (see Spiritualism)

Political Movements

Pragmatism

Primitivism (related topic: Degeneration)

Psychoanalysis (see Freud)

Race & Racism

Relativity & Relativism

Saussure

Sexology (related topic: Birth Control)

Skyscraper

Social Darwinism (related topics: Efficiency, Evolution)

Spiritualism (or Mysticism, the Occult)

Women's Suffrage (related topic: New Woman)

World War I (or The Great War)

Cultural & literary topics

Avant-garde

Bergson

Censorship

Classicism

Cosmopolitanism

Cultural stratification

Experimentation (see avant-garde)

Formalism

Little magazines

Manifestos

Nietzsche

Primitivism

Representation

Russian Literature

Saussure

Notable art movements & cultural groups

Abbey Theater (National Theater of Ireland)

Aesthetic Movement

Art Nouveau

Arts and Crafts Movement

Bauhaus

Der Blaue Reiter ("The Blue Horesman")

Bloomsbury Group

Die Brücke ("The Bridge")

Cubism

Dada

Expressionism

Fauvism

Futurism

Georgian Poetry

Harlem Renaissance

Imagism

Impressionism

Modernismo

Naturalism

Die Neue Sachlichkeit ("The New Objectivity")

Orientalism

Parnassians

Post-Impressionism

Russian Formalism

De Stijl

Suprematism

Surrealism

Symbolism

Unanimism

Vienna Secession

Vorticism

War Poets 

Notable cultural events

Key terms and values from modern art and literature

Individual Topic Pages

Eugenics

Cinema

Great War

Imagism

Modernization

Race and Racism

Spiritualism

War Poets

Women's Suffrage

Debates and Controversies

Periodicals in Literature

Serialized Novels in the MJP Archives

Digital tools

Pseudonyms, pen names, and name variants in The New Age  (MJP wesbite)

Links to other modern magazine web projects (MJP wesbite)

 

Classroom Materials (MJP wesbite)

Sample course syllabi and assignments using MJP materials

Student essays

 

Forum

 Towards a theory for periodical studies

authorial and editorial intention

juxtaposition of magazine items

magazine periodicity

magazine typology

pseudonyms and unsigned items

 

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