The Routledge Encyclopedia of Modernism is a multidisciplinary, multimedia-rich resource for both academics and students, offering a comprehensive and fully cross-referenced overview of the field of modernism. It combines 3 core principles:
- Interdisciplinarity, as the entries are categorised into the following eight key areas: Literature; Architecture; Dance; Music; Visual Arts; Film; Drama/Theatre and Intellectual Currents
- Integrated multimedia: meaningful images, video and audio excerpts are attached to the most important entries
- The detailed linking, referencing and searchability ensures the resource is useful at every level – for those new to the area as well as academics looking for more detailed information to further their research.