Art and Literature We'll Hear About (updated May 9, 2022)
- Celia Fremlin, The Seven Chars of Chelsea (1940)
- Henry Green, Living (1929)
- Walter Greenwood, Love on the Dole (1933)
- C. L. R. James, Minty Alley (1936)
- Dorothea Lange's page at the Museum of Modern Art
- Lost Labor: Images of Vanished American Workers 1900-1980)
- Sutzkever, Abraham, biography and selections of poetry from The Poetry Foundation and selections from Poems from My Diary published in 2014 by The Brooklyn Rail
- "Women and Work," collection guide for a the 2019 London School of Economics and Political Science Exhibit, "The Sacred Year 1919: Women and the Professions"
Books of General Interest
- Attridge, John, and Helen Rydstrand, editors. Modernist Work: Labor, Aesthetics, and the Work of Art (Bloomsbury Academic, 2019)
- Collump, Catherine. Rescue, Relief, and Resistance: The Jewish Labor Committee's Anti-Nazi Operations, 1934–1945 (Wayne State UP, 2021)
- Hinntershitz, Stephanie. Japanese American Incarceration: The Camps and Coerced Labor during World War II ( U of Pennsylvania Press, 2021)
- Klein, Shana. The Fruits of Empire: Art, Food, and the Politics of Race in the Age of American Expansion (UCLA, 2021)
- Mattis, Ann. Dirty Work: Domestic Service in Progressive-Era Women’s Fiction (University of Michigan Press, 2019). See a review by Kelley Wagers in Volume 16 (2020) of the journal.
- Patton, Elizabeth A. Easy Living: The Rise of the Home Office (Rutgers University Press, 2020)
- Quirke, Carol. Dorothea Lange, Documentary Photography, and Twentieth-Century America: Reinventing Self and Nation (Routledge, 2019)
- Wientzen, Timothy. Automatic: Literary Modernism and the Politics of Reflex (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2021)
From the Archives of The Space Between: Literature and Culture, 1914-1945
- Elkins, Amy E. "A Stitch in Time: H.D.'s Craft Modernism as Transhistoric Repair" (Volume 12, 2016)
- Farager, Megan. "Snoop-Women with Notebooks: Naomi Mitchison, Mass Observation, and the Gender of Domestic Intelligence" (Volume 13, 2017)
- Holman, Valerie. "A Fruitful Symbiosis: Sculptors and Publishers in Britain between the Wars" (Volume 15, 2019: republished from Volume 7, Issue 1, 2011)
- Marshall, Jennifer Jane. "Casting Doubts: Cultural Overproduction at the National Sculpture Society Exhibition, San Francisco, 1929" (Volume 11, 2015)
- McKay, Claude. Workers’ Dreadnought Poetry (1919–1920), introduced by Amardeep Singh (Volume 16, 2020)
- Potter, Berit. "Gathered Another Way": Early Surrealist Exhibitions at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art" (Volume 14, 2018)
- There's more in the archives of the print edition of the journal (volumes 1-9), hosted by Monmouth University.
We've offered the presenters whose abstracts we are highlighting the opportunity to suggest a reading, and you will find those recommendations on their abstract pages.
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