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Caryl Clark Associate Professor of Music, University of Toronto Editor, with Jonathan Cross, The Cambridge Companion to Haydn (2005)

Alan Bewell Professor of English, University of Toronto Wordsworth and the Enlightenment: Nature, Man, and Society in the Experimental Poetry (1989); Romanticism and Colonial Disease (1999); editor, Medicine and the West Indian Slave Trade (1999)

Allan Hepburn Assistant Professor of English, McGill University Intrigue: Espionage and Culture (2005)

Paul Kildea Artistic Director, Wigmore Hall Selling Britten: Music and the Marketplace (2002); Britten on Music (2003)

Roberta Frank Douglas Tracy Smith Professor of English, Yale University; University Professor Emeritus, University of Toronto Old Norse Court Poetry (1978)

Barry Millington Music critic for The Evening Standard; Founder and Artistic Director of The Hampstead and Highgate Festival Selected Letters of Richard Wagner (1987); The Wagner Companion (1992); Wagner in Performance (1992); Wagner’s Ring of the Nibelung: A Companion (1993); Wagner, revised edition (1998); The New Grove Haydn (2002)

David J. Levin Associate Professor of Germanic Studies, University of Chicago Opera through Other Eyes (1994); Richard Wagner, Fritz Lang, and the Nibelungen: The Dramaturgy of Disavowal (1998/2000); Unsettling Opera: Staging Mozart, Verdi, and Wagner (forthcoming in 2005)

Michael P. Steinberg Professorof History, Cornell University The Meaning of the Salzburg Festival: Austria as Theater and Ideology, 1890–1938 (1990; 2nd edition 2000); editor, with Scott Burnham, Beethoven and His World (2000); Listening to Reason: Culture, Subjectivity, and Nineteenth-Century Music (2004); editor, with Monica Bohm-Duchen, Reading Charlotte Salomon (2005)

Alexander Leggatt Professor of English, University College, University of Toronto Citizen Comedy in the Age of Shakespeare (1973); Shakespeare’s Comedy of Love (1974); Ben Jonson: His Vision and His Art (1980); English Drama: Shakespeare to the Restoration (1988); Shakepeare’s Political Drama (1988); Harvester/Twayne New Critical Introductions to Shakespeare: King Lear (1988); Shakespeare in Performance: King Lear (1991; 2nd edition 2004); Jacobean Public Theatre (1992); English Stage Comedy 1490–1990: Five Centuries of a Genre (1998); Introduction to English Renaissance Comedy (1999); editor, The Cambridge Companion to Shakespearean Comedy (2002)

Jill L. Levenson Professor of English, University of Toronto Shakespeare in Performance: Romeo and Juliet (1987); editor, with Jonathan Bate and Dieter Mehl, Shakespeare and the Twentieth Century (1998); The Oxford Shakespeare: Romeo and Juliet (2000); editor, with Barry Gaines, Romeo and Juliet 1597 (2000)

J. Drew Stephen Senior Lecturer of Music, University of Texas at San Antonio

Laura Basini Mellon Post-Doctoral Teaching Fellow in Music, University of Pennsylvania translator, Michele Girardi, Puccini: His International Art (2000)

Linda Hutcheon University Professor, University of Toronto Narcissistic Narrative (1980); Formalism and the Freudian Aesthetic (1984); A Theory of Parody (1985); Poetics of Postmodernism (1988); Politics of Postmodernism (1989); The Canadian Postmodern (1988); Splitting Images (1992); Irony’s Edge (1994); with Michael Hutcheon, Opera: Desire, Disease, Death (1996); Bodily Charm: Living Opera (2000); Opera: The Art of Dying (2004)

Michael Hutcheon Professor of Medicine, University of Toronto With Linda Hutcheon, Opera: Desire, Disease, Death (1996); Bodily Charm: Living Opera (2000); Opera: The Art of Dying (2004)

Sander L. Gilman Distinguished Professor of the Liberal Arts and Sciences, Emory University With Zhou Xun, Smoke: A Global History of Smoking (2004)



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