Poetics Today 22.4 (2001) 869
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Notes on Contributors
Mark J. Bruhn is an associate professor of English at Regis University in Denver, Colorado, where he teaches courses in British literature, linguistics, and stylistics. He has published essays and reviews in the Chaucer Review, Studies in Philology, the CEA Critic, the Dalhousie Review, and elsewhere. He is currently working on a book about style in English romantic poetry.
Andrew Cowell is an assistant professor in the Department of French and Italian at the University of Colorado at Boulder. His work focuses on the Middle Ages but more generally addresses questions related to literature, economics, and social theory. He is the author of At Play in the Tavern (1999) and is currently working on a book tentatively entitled The Gift, Performance, and Alterity, which seeks to examine the intersection of history, anthropology, literary theory, and medievel studies in an effort to better understand our relation to the past as "other."
David Darby is an associate professor of German and comparative literature at the University of Western Ontario. He is the author of Structures of Disintegration: Narrative Strategies in Elias Canetti's "Die Blendung" (1992) and of various essays on twentieth-century German and Austrian narrative literature. He recently edited the volume Critical Essays on Elias Canetti (2000).
Andrew Franta is an assistant professor of English at the University of Utah. He is currently working on a study of romantic poetics and the emergence of the mass public.
David Gorman is an associate professor of English at Northern Illinois University and is the book review editor for Style. He has published essays on the history and theory of literary criticism and is currently preparing a monograph on the work of Gérard Genette.