Last year, the MJP was hard at work creating digital editions of six journals—an effort funded by a generous grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. That work is now complete and includes the following:

  • The Crisis (1910-1922): the first thirteen years (and 146 issues) of the house journal of the N.A.A.C.P., edited by W. E. B. Du Bois.
  • The Freewoman (1911-1912), The New Freewoman (1913), and The Egoist (1914-1919): all 134 issues of this famously evolving triad of journals, edited first by Dora Marsden and later by Harriet Shaw Weaver.
  • The Little Review (1914-1922): the first 9 volumes (and 74 issues), edited by Margaret Anderson and Jane Heap.
  • Others (1915-1919): all 26 issues of this little magazine devoted to modern poetry, edited by Alfred Kreymborg.
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