The Futurist art movement, founded by F.T. Marinetti in 1909, had a worldwide impact and made important contributions to avant-garde movements in many countries and artistic genres. This yearbook is designed to act as a medium of communication amongst a global community of Futurism scholars. It has an interdisciplinary orientation and presents new research on Futurism across national borders in fields such as literature, fine arts, music, theatre, design, etc. Apart from essays and country surveys it contains reports, reviews and an annual bibliography of recent Futurism studies.
Vol. 1 (2011): Special Issue, Futurism in Eastern and Central Europe
Vol. 2 (2012): Open Issue
Vol. 3 (2013): Special Issue, Iberian Futurism
Vol. 4 (2014): Open Issue
Vol. 5 (2015): Special Issue, Women Futurists
Vol. 6 (2016): Open Issue
For Vol. 1-3 please see also: http: //www.degruyter.com/view/j/futur