- The Contributors
Tova Cooper is Assistant Professor of American Literature at the University of South Florida in Tampa and has published in Modern Fiction Studies and Paradoxa. Her current work focuses on Americanization Programs and citizenship autobiographies.
Benjamin Kahan is Assistant Professor of English and Women's Gender Studies at Louisiana State University. His current book project, "Modern American Celibacies, 1886–1969," charts a history and theory of celibacy.
Scott Hicks is Assistant Professor of English at the University of North Carolina, Pembroke, where he teaches African American and environmental literatures. His current research explores American literature, globalization, and ecocriticism.
Sasha Colby is Assistant Professor in World Literature and Explorations in Arts and Social Sciences at Simon Fraser University in British Columbia, Canada. Her recent book, Stratified Modernism, explores the role of archaeology in the modernist poetic imagination.
Brian Locke teaches comparative race studies and cultural studies for the Union Institute & University.
David Wyatt is a professor of English at the University of Maryland, College Park. His memoir about living through the fall of 2001, And the War Came, was published in 2004.