NEW HISTORIES AND NEW METHODS IN ENGAGING THE EASTERN EUROPEAN AVANT-GARDES. INTRODUCTION
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The contributors to this volume (historians of art, of literature, of linguistics, and of architecture, as well as a practicing artist), acknowledging the tectonic shifts in academic practice and historical self-awareness prompted by post-Soviet and post-Yugoslav events, rethink the nature, subjects, and objectives of the avant-garde, both the historical ones of the early twentieth century and their more recent iterations. The present selection affords a rich introduction to some of the most imaginative thinking currently being focused on Eastern European modernism.
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