This area of interest examines the literature and other artistic productions of the early twentieth-century revolution in cultural expression that we call Modernism. Transatlantic Modernisms considers the political and aesthetic implications of Modernist experimentation (in literature, film, the visual arts) and traces multiple Modernisms as they interact across the Atlantic. This area focuses largely on the twentieth century, but also looks back to consider earlier transatlantic formations and their influence on the Modernist moment. Recent graduate courses in the Transatlantic Modernisms area include “American Modernism,” “20th-century British Poetry,” “Triangulating Transatlanticism,” and “Modern Aesthetics.” Graduate students interested in this area also benefit from the Willson Center’s Interdisciplinary Modernism/s Workshop and from our department’s connections with the School of Art.