Brian Lewis is Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of History at McGill University, Montreal. His first substantial book was The Middlemost and the Milltowns: Bourgeois Culture and Politics in Early Industrial England (Palo Alto, Calif., 2001). A second book, Soapboiler: The Life and Times of William Hesketh Lever, First Viscount Leverhulme, is due out in 2006.
Valeria Manzano is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of History, Indiana University at Bloomington, completing her dissertation, "The Making of Youth in Argentina: Culture, Politics, and Sexuality, 1958–1976." She has taught courses in social and political Argentine history at the University of Buenos Aires and the Torcuato Di Tella University in Buenos Aires.
Tamara Myers is Associate Professor of History at the University of Winnipeg and a member of the Montreal History Group, located at McGill University. Her forthcoming book, Caught: Montreal's Modern Girls and the Law, 1869–1945, examines female adolescence and the juvenile justice system in Quebec.
Richard Sonn teaches French history and European social, cultural, and intellectual history at the University of Arkansas. He has published two previous books on anarchism; the article in this issue is part of a book-length project on the cultural and sexual politics of French anarchism in the interwar era.