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Introduction

This is the open-source bibliography project of EAM - European Network of Avant-Garde and Modernism Studies. The bibliography is the online part of EAM's Book series, published with Walter de Gruyter (Berlin/New York).

The aim of the online bibliography is to provide a communal and collaborative bibliographical tool for ongoing research. The bibliography takes the format of a freely editable Wiki. Its aim is to cover high-standard scholarly research from the past or to attract attention to ongoing research in the field. The communal Wiki is hosted and maintained by EAM, the European Network of Avant-Garde and Modernism Studies. Currently, the bibliography is to include references to book-length publications (monographs, collections of essays) only. Inclusion of articles and/or full text may be considered at a later stage, but is not accepted at the moment.

The bibliography was initially developed at Ghent University, under the coordination of Sascha Bru, with the assistance of VML-trainees Bart De Ruyck, Sophie Vanmaele, Thomas Werbrouck. The online Wiki version of the bibliography is coordinated by Gunther Martens.

How to add your publications

  • Please stick to the existing categories and maintain the alphabetical ordering.
  • Individual members are only entitled to add content. It is strictly forbidden to remove existing content. If you wish to see content removed from this Wiki, please contact the editorial board.
  • Insert the titles into existing pages only.
  • Any item can only be added in one place.
  • The final selection remains at the discretion of the editorial board, which is entitled to remove without notice items considered to be outside the Network's scope or other unwanted materials.

Formatting guidelines

Basic text formatting:

  • title in italics
  • New item bullet = a single * (asterisk sign) preceded by two spaces
  • Items should remain in alphabetical order.

Sample entry with Dokuwiki text formatting

  * Somigli, Luca: //Legitimizing the artist: manifesto writing and European modernism, 1885-1915.// Toronto: Toronto UP, 2003.

This yields the following entry:

  • Somigli, Luca: Legitimizing the artist: manifesto writing and European modernism, 1885-1915. Toronto: Toronto UP, 2003.Italic Text

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