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237 Notes on Contributors José Miguel Alonso-Giráldez, Senior Lecturer of English Language and Literature and staff member of the Research Centre for Irish Studies ‘Amergin’ at the University of A Coruña, has published widely on his main interests, Irish and Scottish literature, especially Yeats, Joyce, Heaney and Bernard O’Donoghue. Writing for the regional press, he broadcasts a weekly one-hour radio programme on contemporary literature and literary criticism. Marion Amblard, a researcher in British studies, teaches at Grenoble Alpes University. Her research mainly focuses on Scottish painting from the eighteenth century onwards. Having published several articles on Scottish art, the representation of Scottish identity in the visual arts and Jacobite painters, she is a regular contributor to Scottish Art News. Jean Berton is Professor of Scottish Studies at Université Jean Jaures, Toulouse, and current President of the French Society for Scottish Studies. Extensively published on Scottish culture – particularly twentieth and twenty-first century literature and theatre of the Highlands – his research includes the indigenous languages of Scotland. Danièle Berton-Charrière, Professor Emerita, Université Blaise Pascal, Clermont-Ferrand II, France, has written on Cyril Tourneur and on computer assisted analysis, published on the Renaissance, drama and theatre of all periods, intersemioticity, and computer assisted lexicometry and stylostatistics . She has translated plays, including contemporary Scottish writing, for the stage. Ian Brown, Professor Emeritus at Kingston University, London, playwright and poet, has been ASLS President and Saltire Society Convener. Published widely on theatre history, cultural praxis and Scottish literature and culture, his most recent volume is History as Theatrical Metaphor: History, Myth 238 and National Identities in Modern Scottish Drama (2016) and poetry collection , Collyshangles in the Canopy (2015). David Clark is Head of English at the University of A Coruña. Published widely on Scottish and Irish Literature, he is a founding member of the ‘Amergin’ Research Institute for Irish Studies. He has translated poetry and prose from and into Spanish, Galician, English and Scots. He is a board member of the European Irish Studies Federation (EFACIS) and the International Committee of ASLS. Margarita Estévez Saá is Senior Lecturer in English and American Literature at the University of Santiago de Compostela. She has published essays on James Joyce, Muriel Spark, Doris Lessing, P. D. James, Janet Frame, Deirdre Madden, modern and post-colonial literature, contemporary Irish literature, and feminist criticism. Lesley Graham is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Bordeaux. Her research interests centre on nineteenth-century Scottish literature, her publications including several articles related to Robert Louis Stevenson, his entourage and legacy. She is currently editing a volume of Stevenson’s essays for the forthcoming New Edinburgh Edition of the Collected Works of Robert Louis Stevenson. Rubén Jarazo-Álvarez is Senior Lecturer at the University of the Balearic Islands. A board member of the Spanish Society for the Study of Popular Culture, his research focuses on Cultural Studies and Anglophone cultures’ influence in Spain. Recent co-edited volumes include In the Wake of the Tiger: Irish Studies in the Twenty-First Century (2010) and Press, Propaganda and Politics: Cultural Periodicals in Francoist Spain and Communist Romania (2013). Philippe Laplace lectures at the University of Franche-Comté, Besançon. Author of a monograph on Gunn, Les Hautes-Terres, l’histoire et la mémoire (2006) and publishing director of the online review e-crit3224 and deputy notes on contributors 239 notes on contributors director of the Annales Littéraires de Franche-Comté, he has edited or co-edited various books including Environmental & Ecological Readings. Nature, Human & Posthuman Dimensions in Scottish Literature & Arts (2015). María Jesús Lorenzo Modia is Professor of English Literature at Universidade da Coruña and Dean of the Faculty of Philology. Her main research interests are modern and contemporary literature by women, translation, reception and cultural studies. Published widely, she has edited several collections on language and literature, including Ex-sistere: Women’s Mobility in Contemporary Irish, Welsh and Galician Literatures (2016). Andrew Monnickendam is Professor of English at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Recent publications include, with Aránzazu Usandizaga (eds), Back to Peace: Reconciliation and Retribution in the Postwar Period (2007) and The Novels of Walter Scott (2013). Stéphanie Noirard is a Senior Lecturer in English literature at the University of Poitiers. Her research focuses on Scottish contemporary poetry. She has published articles on the subject in various journals including Études Anglaises and Civilisation as well as chapters in Mountains Figured and Disfigured in the...