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Andrew Sean Davidson is a doctoral student at McMaster University with a specialization in rhetoric and Renaissance literature. His dissertation is entitled “God and Self in the Tropiques of the Heart.”

Michael M. Kaylor teaches language and literature at the Department of British and American Studies, University of Pardubice, Czech Republic. He is presently writing a biography of Gerard Manley Hopkins.

Patricia Murphy is Assistant Professor of English at Missouri Southern State College. She has published several articles on Victorian literature and is author of Time Is of the Essence: Temporality, Gender, and the New Woman (State University of New York Press, 2001).

Jude V. Nixon is Associate Professor of English at Oakland University. He is the author of Gerard Manley Hopkins and His Contemporaries: Liddon, Newman, Darwin, and Pater, and his work has appeared in journals such as Renascence, HQ, The Carlyle Studies Annual, Modern Philology, and TSLL. He is also guest editor of a special double issue of Religion and the Arts on the topic Victorian religious discourse. He is currently at work on a book on Race and the Victorians: Representing Blackness.

Roger S. Platizky, Associate Professor of English and Chair at Austin College, has published a book of literary criticism, A Blueprint of his Dissent: Madness and Method in Tennyson's Poetry, and articles on Victorian poetry, feminist literature, and psychoanalytic subjects in VP, College English, Frontiers, Psychology and Literature, The Gaskell Society Journal, and Expl. In addition he has published privately a short collection of AIDS poems, Bearing Witness. His recent research concerns the social construction of epidemics in nineteenth- and twentieth-century British and American literature.

Elizabeth Villeponteaux is an editor for a drug development and medical information company in Durham, North Carolina. Her previous publications have been primarily in scientific fields.



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