Jennifer Keith is an associate professor of English at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Her publications include Poetry and the Feminine from Behn to Cowper (Delaware, 2005) and essays on eighteenth-century poetry. She is completing a critical edition of Anne Finch’s poems.
Robert Mitchell is an assistant professor at Duke University, and his research focuses on eighteenth-century and British Romantic literature. He is author of Sympathy and the State in the Romantic Era: Systems, State Finance, and the Shadows of Futurity (Routledge, 2007), as well as articles on sympathy and systems in the eighteenth century and Romantic era.
Melissa Mowry is an associate professor of English at St. John’s University. She is the author of The Bawdy Politic in Stuart England, 1660–1714: Political Pornography and Prostitution (Ashgate, 2004) and coeditor of Genders.
Allison Muri is an assistant professor at the University of Saskatchewan’s Department of English. Her research focuses on digital culture and its history in eighteenth-century English literature and science. Her book, The Enlightenment Cyborg: A History of Communications and Control in the Human Machine, 1660–1830, was published in 2007 by University of Toronto Press. Her current research project investigates using digital technologies for visualizing the communications networks of eighteenth-century London and its surrounds.
Bridget Orr teaches at Vanderbilt University. She has published on Pacific voyage literature and imperial theatricality. [End Page 188]