Caroline Maclean’s book The Vogue for Russia: Modernism and the Unseen in Britain, 1900-1930 (Edinburgh University Press, 2015) looks at the ways in which the early twentieth-century vogue for Russia intersected with a renewed interest in the unseen in modernist circles in Britain. She has published articles in Literature and History, Russia in Britain (Oxford University Press, 2013) and the London Review of Books. Her new research project looks at the intersections between verbal and visual arts in London in the 1930s.
The Vogue for Russia: Modernism and the Unseen in Britain, 1900-1930 (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2015)
‘Russian Aesthetics in Britain: Kandinsky, Sadleir and Rhythm’, in Russia in Britain, ed. by Rebecca Beasley and Philip Ross Bullock (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013)
‘”That Magic Force that is Montage”: Eisenstein’s Filmic Fourth Dimension and H. D.’, Literature and History (Spring, 2012)