The 1920s: Modernism at a Crossroads Exhibit
"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 in the Bentley Rare Book Museum. The modules demonstrate a wide array of literary and cultural trends that took place during the 1920s, including the Fugitive Movement, the Harlem Renaissance, modernism, wordless novels, and psuedo-science. Modules are accompanied by contextual panels, images, and artifacts of the time period.
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