- Notes on Contributors
kristina bross, associate professor of English at Purdue University and author of Dry Bones and Indian Sermons, is currently editing the Eliot Tracts for the Massachusetts Historical Society.
chiara cillerai is a graduate student at Rutgers and recipient of a Mellon Foundation Fellowship at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania. She is finishing a dissertation on Cosmopolitanism and National Identity in Early American Writings.
elizabeth fenton is a graduate student in English at Rice University who works on religion and Anglophone literature in the early modern era.
sarah ford is assistant professor of English at Baylor, with dual interests in southern literature and colonial American studies. Her most recent articles are on Eudora Welty and Zora Neale Hurston.
laura h. korobkin, of the English Department of Boston University, is author of Criminal Conversations: Stories of Adultery and the Law in Late Nineteenth-Century America (1998) and is working on a study of murder and the American novel.
phillip round is associate professor of English and American Indian and Native Studies at the University of Iowa, where he coordinates Iowa’s American Indian and Native Studies Program.
jason shaffer is assistant professor of English at the U. S. Naval Academy. A scholar of early American theater, he has published an important article on Addison’s Cato and its influence on eighteenth-century American sensibility. [End Page 151]