JAN BAETENS <firstname.lastname@example.org> teaches literary and cultural studies at the University of Leuven in Belgium. His most recent book is Pour en finir avec la poésie dite minimaliste (Enough of This So-called Minimalist Poetry) (Les Impressions Nouvelles, 2014). He co-edited, with Éric trudel, a special issue of the journal L’Esprit Créateur (Fall 2013), devoted to the avant-garde and the “Arrièregarde” in modernist literature.
BENJAMIN BATEMAN <email@example.com> has published articles on Henry James, E. M. Forster, and Virginia Woolf. He is currently completing an interdisciplinary book manuscript entitled A Modernist Guide to Queer Survival. He is Associate Professor of English and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at Cal State Los Angeles, where he also serves as Director of the Center for the Study of Genders and Sexualities.
MATTHEW CALARCO <firstname.lastname@example.org> is Associate Professor of Philosophy at California State University, Fullerton. He is the author of Zoographies: The Question of the Animal from Heidegger to Derrida (2008). His published work focuses primarily on the intersection of animal studies, environmental studies, and Continental thought. He is currently completing a project on more-than-human mobility studies.
MARCO CARACCIOLO <email@example.com> is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Groningen in the Netherlands. He is the author of an introduction to cognitive literary studies in Italian (with Marco Bernini; Carocci, 2013) and of The Experientiality of Narrative: An Enactivist Approach (De Gruyter, 2014). He is currently working on a book project on defamiliarization and empathy in readers’ engagement with the character narrators of contemporary fiction.
DAVID HERMAN <firstname.lastname@example.org> is Professor of the Engaged Humanities in the Department of English Studies at Durham University, UK. The author of Storytelling and the Sciences of Mind (2013) and other books, he is currently exploring areas of intersection among narrative studies, the cognitive and life sciences, and critical animal studies.
KARALYN KENDALL-MORWICK <email@example.com> is Assistant Professor of English at Washburn University, where she teaches modern British and American literature. Her published work includes articles in the Journal of Modern Literature and The [End Page 645] Evolutionary Review and a chapter in the edited collection Queering the Non/Human (Ashgate, 2008). She is currently at work on a book manuscript entitled Mongrelized Subjects: Modernism and Human/Dog Coevolution.
RAYMOND MALEWITZ <firstname.lastname@example.org> is assistant Professor of English at oregon state University. He has published essays in journals such as PMLA, Contemporary Literature, Configurations, and Callaloo. His current book project, The Practice of Misuse, is forthcoming at stanford University Press.
ROBERT MCKAY <email@example.com> teaches English at the University of Sheffield. His writing has focused on the politics of species in the work of James Agee, Margaret Atwood, Angela Carter, J. M. Coetzee, Deborah Levy, John Huston, and Alice Walker, and he wrote Killing Animals with the Animal studies Group. He co-organized Reading Animals, the first major conference on literary animal studies from the middle ages to the present, held at Sheffield in July 2014.
MARGOT NORRIS <firstname.lastname@example.org> is a retired Chancellor’s Professor at the University of California, Irvine. she is the author of The Decentered Universe of Finnegans Wake (1976), Beasts of the Modern Imagination: Darwin, Nietzsche, Kafka, Ernst, and Lawrence (1985), and Writing War in the Twentieth Century (2000). she has written three additional books on the work of Joyce, the most recent titled Virgin and Veteran Readings of Ulysses (2011).
CARRIE ROHMAN <email@example.com> is Assistant Professor of English at Lafayette College. she is the author of Stalking the Subject: Modernism and the Animal (Columbia UP, 2009). she has published essays in journals such as Deleuze Studies, American Literature, Hypatia, Criticism, and Mosaic. she is currently working on a study of animality and aesthetics in twentieth-century literature, dance, and performance art.
AARON SANTESSO <firstname.lastname@example.org> is Associate Professor of Literature at Georgia Tech. With David Rosen, he is author of The Watchman in Pieces: Surveillance, Literature, and Liberal Personhood (Yale UP, 2013). He is author or editor of several other books, and has authored essays on...