Katherine Ellison, assistant professor of eighteenth-century literature and culture at Illinois State University, is the author of Fatal News: Reading and Information Overload in Early Eighteenth-Century Literature (2006).
Ariane Fennetaux is a tenured lecturer in British eighteenth-century studies at the University of Denis Diderot (Paris 7).
Paul J. Young is assistant professor of French at Georgetown University.
Meredith Martin, assistant professor of art history at Wellesley College, is writing a book entitled Dairy Queens: Pastoral Architecture and Patronage from Catherine de’ Medici to Marie-Antoinette.
Clara Tuite, senior lecturer in literary studies, University of Melbourne, is the author of Romantic Austen: Sexual Politics and the Literary Canon (2002).
Kathleen Lubey, assistant professor of English at St. John’s University, is completing a book on sexuality and aesthetics in eighteenth-century literature. She has published articles in Eighteenth-Century Studies and differences.
Maximillian E. Novak is distinguished professor emeritus, Department of English, University of California, Los Angeles.
Barrett Kalter is assistant professor of English, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. His current book is entitled Modern Antiques: Imagination, Scholarship, and the Material Past. [End Page iv]