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CONTRIBUTORS Charles M. Anderson is Assistant Professor of English at the University of Arkansas at Litde Rock. As part of its Medical Humanities Series, Southern Illinois University Press will publish Anderson's book on Richard Selzer's early essays. Hans-Peter Breuer, Associate Professor of English at the University of Delaware, is the author of numerous articles, reviews, and translations, and editor of The Notebooks of Samuel Butler, Volume I. James C. Cowan teaches English at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He is the founding editor of The D. H. Lawrence Review, and author of D. H. ¡Mwrence's American Journey: A Study of Literature and Myth. He has published widely, including an essay in Healing Arts in Dialogue: Medicine and Literature. Roger L. Cox teaches English at the University of Delaware and is the author of many articles on Christian tragedy, Dostoevsky, and Shakespeare. He has just completed a book on Shakespeare and the transformation comic plot. Stephen L. Daniel, currently at Eastern Virginia Medical School, is the former director of continuing medical education at Morehouse School of Medicine, Atlanta. He has lectured and published widely on medical ethics and medicine and the humanities. Barbara T. Gates teaches English at the University of Delaware and has taught as an exchange professor at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia. She has published widely on diverse aspects of Romantic and Victorian literature, and has recently completed a book on suicide and the Victorians. Edward L. Gogel supervises residents in internal medicine at Long Island College Hospital in Brooklyn, New York. With James Terry, Gogel has co-authored an article on medicine as interpretation, forthcoming in the Journal of Medicine and Philosophy. Carole Fitzgerald Hayes teaches in the English Department and occasionally in the Niehoff School of Nursing at Loyola University of Chicago. She has published articles on twentieth-century American and British fiction and biography, and on academic publication. Her work has appeared in The Critic, Salt, and the ETC Writer's Manual. George Monteiro is Professor of English and of Portuguese and Brazilian Studies at Brown University and the author and editor of numerous books and articles. In addition, he has both translated and written poetry. David B. Morris, a writer living in Kalamazoo, Michigan, has written The Religious Sublime: Christian Poetry and Critical Tradition in Eighteenth-Century England and Alexander Pope: The Genius of Sense. Morris's essay on William Carlos Williams appeared in Volume Five of Literature and Medicine. Philip Mosley, who teaches at the Glasgow College of Technology, Scotland, is currendy a Fulbright visiting professor in the English Department at The PennsylLiterature and Medicine 6 (1987) 163-164 © 1987 by The Johns Hopkins University Press 164 CONTRIBUTORS vania State University, Berks Campus, and is an international advisor to the editors of Medical Humanities Review. Bruce M. Psaty is affiliated with the Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program at the University of Washington, Seattle. Dr. Psaty is currently with the Department of Medicine and Epidemiology, University of Washington, Seattle. Winfried Schleiner is Professor of English at the University of California, Davis. Author of a book on the imagery of John Donne's sermons, he has also published numerous essays on Shakespeare, the English Renaissance, and comparative literature. James S. Terry has published articles on diverse aspects of the medical humanities, on which he lectures at the School of Medicine, State University of New York at Stony Brook. With Edward Gogel, Terry has co-authored an article on medicine as interpretation, forthcoming in the Journal of Medicine and Philosophy. James M. Wekh, an associate professor in the English Department of Salisbury State College, Maryland, is founding co-editor of Literature /Film Quarterly, contributing editor of American Classic Screen, and Associate Editor of the Washington Review of Arts. He has published numerous essays, notes, and reviews on language and literature, and drama and cinema. Barbara Herb Wright is a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Colorado at Boulder and has served as an administrator for the Sandoz Pharmaceutical Company. Her dissertation is entitled The American Mining Frontier and the American Novel. ...


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