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Notes on Contributors

Richard Bucci is an editor with the University of California's Mark Twain Project. He has edited volumes in the Project's Works of Mark Twain and Mark Twain Papers series.

G. Thomas Tanselle, Vice President of the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation and Adjunct Professor of English at Columbia University, is currently president of the Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia, which in 2005 published his Textual Criticism since Greg: A Chronicle, 1950-2000 and his edition of Gordon N. Ray's The Art Deco Book in France.

Michael F. Suarez, S.J. teaches English literature, bibliography, and book history at Fordham University in New York and at Oxford University. A Jesuit priest with degrees in biology, theology, English, and sociology, he is especially interested in the ways that book history can interact with and enrich other disciplines. In addition to co-editing both D. F. McKenzie's Making Meaning: Printers of the Mind and other Essays (with Peter D. McDonald) and the Cambridge History of the Book in Britain, Volume 5, 1695-1830 (with Michael Turner), he is co-general editor (with Henry Woudhuysen) of The Oxford Companion to the Book (2009) and (with Lesley Higgins) of The Collected Works of Gerard Manley Hopkins (OUP, 2005-11).

David L. Vander Meulen is Professor of English at the University of Virginia. He currently is preparing a publishing history and descriptive bibliography of the writings of Alexander Pope and an account of the work of the book designer and illustrator Warren Chappell.

Stanley Boorman is Professor of Music at New York University and a bibliographer of early music printing. A selection of his articles has recently been published, and he is the author of Ottaviano Petrucci: catalogue raisonné, a study of the first publisher of polyphonic music.

Conor Fahy is Emeritus Professor of Italian in the University of London. He has published widely on Italian printing, mainly of the Renaissance. He is currently interested in paper production in Italy, and the use of paper evidence in bibliographical research.

Don-John Dugas is Assistant Professor of English Literature and Fellow of the Institute for Bibliography and Editing, Kent State University. He has published articles on the Shakespeare Third Folio, the London book trade, and various sixteenth- and seventeenth-century authors.

Robert D. Hume is Evan Pugh Professor of English Literature at Penn State University. He is author or co-author of numerous books and articles, [End Page 339] most recently Reconstructing Contexts: The Aims and Principles of Archaeo-Historicism (Oxford, 1999) and Italian Opera in Late Eighteenth-Century London, 2 vols. (Oxford, 1995, 2001). With Harold Love he is co-editor of the forthcoming Oxford edition of Plays, Poems. and Miscellaneous Writings associated with George Villiers, Second Duke of Buckingham.

H. Diack Johnstone, formerly a Reader in Music at the University of Oxford, is now an Emeritus Fellow of St Anne's College, Oxford, and General Editor of the series Musica Britannica.

B. J. McMullin is an honorary research associate in the Centre for the Book, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia.

Lance Schachterle has co-edited the CSE-approved scholarly texts of The Pioneers (1980), The Deerslayer (1987), and The Spy (2002), as well as written several articles on textual issues in all three books. In 2002, Schachterle succeeded Kay Seymour House as Editor-in-Chief of "The Writings of James Fenimore Cooper," in which role he created a Web site (www.wjfc.org) and is arranging for publication of several more volumes. He is currently working with James Sappenfield and Lorna Hughes on a digital edition of The Bravo. Schachterle is Professor of English and Associate Provost at Worcester Polytechnic Institute.