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The History of Futurism

The Precursors, Protagonists, and Legacies

Geert Buelens(ed.) ; Harald Hendrix(ed.) ; Monica Jansen(ed.) ; Walter L. Adamson(contrib.) ; Günter Berghaus(contrib.) ; Monica Biasiolo(contrib.) ; Francesca Bravi(contrib.) ; Sascha Bru (contrib.) ; Silvia Contarini(contrib.) ; Eleonora Conti(contrib.) ; Patricia Gaborik(contrib.) ; Laura Greco(contrib.) ; Kyle Hall(contrib.) ; Federico Luisetti(contrib.) ; Stefano Magni(contrib.) ; Florian Mussgnug(contrib.) ; Marjorie Perloff(contrib.) ; Davide Podavini(contrib.) ; Jeffrey T. Schnapp(contrib.) ; Beatrice Sica(contrib.) ; Teresa Spignoli (contrib.) ; Dirk Vanden Berghe (contrib.)
The History of Futurism
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Futurism began as an artistic and social movement in early twentieth-century Italy. Until now, much of the scholarship available in English has focused only on a single individual or art form. This volume seeks to present a more complete picture of the movement by exploring the history of the movement, the events leading up to the movement, and the lasting impact it has had as well as the individuals involved in it.
The History of Futurism: The Precursors, Protagonists, and Legacies addresses the history and legacy of what is generally seen as the founding avante-garde movement of the twentieth century. Geert Buelens, Harald Hendrix, and Monica Jansen have brought together scholarship from an international team of specialists to explore the Futurism movement as a multidisciplinary movement mixing aesthetics, politics, and science with a particular focus on the literature of the movement.
Lexington Books; August 2012
444 pages; ISBN 9780739173879
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