Jesse Alemán Associate Professor of English at the University of New Mexico, he teaches nineteenth-century American and Chicano/a literatures. His articles appear in various journals and edited collections.
Jennifer Andrews Associate Professor in the Department of English at the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton, she is the coeditor of Studies in Canadian Literature and the author of numerous articles on North American literatures.
Kandice Chuh Associate Professor of English at the University of Maryland, where she is affiliated to the American Studies Department and the Asian American Studies Program, she is the author of Imagine Otherwise: on Asian Americanist Critique and an editor of Orientations: Mapping Studies in the Asian Diaspora.
Claire F. Fox Associate professor of English and International Studies at the University of Iowa, she is currently working on a book about hemispheric cultural policy during the Cold War period.
Paul Giles Director of the Rothermere American Institute at the University of Oxford and President of the International American Studies Association, his new book, Atlantic Republic: The American Tradition in English Literature, will be published in December.
Jennifer Rae Greeson Assistant Professor of English at Princeton University, she also spent two years in residence at the Columbia Society of Fellows in the Humanities. Her first book, Our South: Domestic Geography and United States Empire, from Independence to The Birth of a Nation, is forthcoming.
Kirsten Silva Gruesz The author of Ambassadors of Culture, she teaches at the University of California-Santa Cruz and is at work on a cultural history of Spanish in the US and a book on the Gulf system.
Matthew Pratt Guterl The author of The Color of Race in America, 1900–1940, he is the Director of the American Studies Program at Indiana University-Bloomington.
Vera M. Kutzinski The Martha Rivers Ingram Professor of English and the Director of the Center for the Americas at Vanderbilt, she is the author of Against the American Grain and Sugar's Secrets: Race and the Erotics of Cuban Nationalism.
Caroline F. Levander Professor of English and director of the Humanities Research Center at Rice University, she is the author of Cradle of Liberty: Race, the Child and National Belonging from Thomas Jefferson to WEB Du Bois and Voices of the Nation: Women and Public Speech in Nineteenth-Century American Literature and Culture.
Robert S. Levine Professor of English at the University of Maryland in College Park, he is the author of Conspiracy and Romance and Martin Delany, Frederick Douglass, and the Politics of Representative Identity and the successor-editor of the 7th edition of The Norton Anthology of American Literature, 1820–1865.
Timothy Marr Associate Professor in the Curriculum in American Studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, he is the author of The Cultural Roots of American Islamicism. [End Page 656]
Ifeoma C. K. Nwankwo Associate Professor of English at Vanderbilt University, she is the author of Black Cosmopolitanism: Racial Consciousness and Transnational Identity in the Nineteenth-Century Americas as well as articles on US and Caribbean writing.
John-Michael Rivera Assistant Professor of English at the University of Colorado-Boulder, he is the editor of Miguel Otero's The Real Billy Kid with New Light on the Lincoln Country War, and he is the author of two forthcoming books: The Emergence of Mexican America and The Space of Chicano Literary History.
Priscilla L. Walton Professor of English at Carleton University in Canada, she is the author of Our Cannibals, Ourselves: The Body Politic and, with Jennifer Andrews and Arnold E. Davidson, of Border Crossings: Thomas King's Cultural Inversions.