Mark M. Anderson is Professor of German at Columbia University, where he regularly teaches courses on the history of Jewish culture in modern Germany. The author of Kafka's Clothes: Ornament and Aestheticism in the Hapsburg Fin de Siècle (1992), he has written widely on modern and contemporary German literature.
Marc Caplan is the Tandetnik Assistant Professor of Yiddish Literature, Language, and Culture at the Johns Hopkins University. In 2003 he earned his Ph.D. in comparative literature from New York University; his dissertation examined the development of narrative form in nineteenth-century Yiddish and twentieth-century Anglophone and Francophone African literature.
Eran Kaplan teaches modern Jewish history in the Department of Judaic Studies at the University of Cincinnati. He is the author of The Jewish Radical Right: Revisionist Zionism and Its Ideological Legacy (2005).
Bat-Zion Eraqi Klorman is a member of the Department of History, Philosophy, and Jewish Studies at the Open University of Israel. She is the editor of Hamizrah hehadash and the author of, among other books, The Jews of Yemen in the Nineteenth Century: A Portrait of a Messianic Community (1993).
Daniel H. Magilow is Assistant Professor of German at the University of Tennessee. In 2005–06, he was the Pearl Resnick Postdoctoral Fellow at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C. His edition of In Her Father's Eyes: A Childhood Extinguished by the Holocaust will appear in 2008.
Mark A. Raider is Head of the Department of Judaic Studies, Professor of Modern Jewish History, and Co-Director of the Center for Studies in Jewish Education and Culture at the University of Cincinnati. He recently published a comprehensive study of American Jewish history for the new edition of the Encyclopaedia Judaica (vol. 20, 2006). He is currently working on a volume titled Free Associations: Selected and Annotated Essays of Hayim Greenberg and a biography of Rabbi Stephen S. Wise. [End Page 144]