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dc.contributor.authorKSU Department of Museums, Archives and Rare Books
dc.description"The 1920s: Modernism at a Crossroads" was curated by JoyEllen Williams, Curator of the Bentley Rare Book Museum. This exhibition explores the cultural and literary tension of the 1920s through a series of modules, contextual panels, and artifacts. The exhibit catalog includes panels, labels, and images featured in the exhibition along with invited faculty essays by Dr. David Parker, Dr. Tom Okie, and Dr. Randall Patton. The catalog also includes words from the curator.en_US
dc.description.abstractDigital catalog for "The 1920s: Modernism at a Crossroads"en_US
dc.publisherKSU Department of Museums, Archives and Rare Booksen_US
dc.subjectRoaring twentiesen_US
dc.subjectHarlem Renaissance.en_US
dc.subjectModernism (Literature) United Statesen_US
dc.subjectFugitive (Nashville, Tenn.)en_US
dc.subjectModernist-fundamentalist controversy.en_US
dc.subjectWordless novelsen_US
dc.title"The 1920s: Modernism at a Crossroads" Digital Catalogen_US

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