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Dennis Desroches is assistant professor in literary theory at St. Thomas University. He is the author of Francis Bacon and the Limits of Scientific Knowledge, as well as book chapters and articles in the history and philosophy of science. He is currently working on the notion of archive and textbook from the fifteenth century to the present.

Marilyn Francus is an associate professor of English at West Virginia University, and the editor of The Burney Journal. She is the author of The Converting Imagination: Linguistic Theory and Swift's Satiric Prose; her current research focuses on maternity in eighteenth-century England.

Beccie Puneet Randhawa is a full-time lecturer at the University of British Columbia. Her areas of interest include the long eighteenth century, early American literature, postcolonial theory, transatlantic studies, settler studies, and world literature. Her current research project focuses on issues surrounding Creole identity formation, settlement, and the writing of Creole history in the transatlantic eighteenth-century literary imagination.

Chris Roulston is associate professor of French and women's studies at the University of Western Ontario, Canada. She has published articles on Rousseau, Graffigny, women's friendship, and representations of marriage in visual and literary eighteenth-century culture. She is currently completing a book, After the Wedding: Narrating Marriage in the Eighteenth Century.

Sean R. Silver is a doctoral candidate at the University of California, Los Angeles. His dissertation is on English popular collecting and the literature of the early eighteenth century. His work has appeared in Restoration and The Arizona Quarterly.

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ISSN
1935-0201
Print ISSN
0193-5380
Pages
p. 95
Launched on MUSE
2008-04-26
Open Access
No
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