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Contributors Lisa Botshon is an assistant professor of English at the University of Maine at Augusta. Karen Har-Yen Chow is an assistant professor jointly in English and Asian American Studies Institute at the University of Connecticut. Other articles are in Literary Studies East and West and forthcoming in Intersections and Divergences: Contemporary Asian Pacific American Communities (Temple University Press). She is finishing a book titled Re-Membering America : Asian American From Fiction to 'Zines. She is co-book reviews editor of MELUS, and guest editor of a special forthcoming issue of LIT: Literature, Interpretation, Theory on Asian American literature. Abigail Lynn Coykendall is a doctoral candidate in the English Department at the State University of New York at Buffalo. Her dissertation, "Conjuring Inherited Empire: Gothic Real Estate and the Late EighteenthCentury British Novel," is an exploration of the intertwined discourses of colonialism, historicism, and nationality in the works of Horace Walpole, Clara Reeve, and Ann Radcliffe. Dean DeFino is Assistant Professor of literature and film studies at lona College in New Rochelle, NY. He has published on a broad range of subjects , from director Todd Solondz to Shakespeare, and is currently working on a book-length study of the detective in American literature and film. Mary M. Gallucci is Adjunct Professor of Art History at the University of Connecticut. She has a Ph.D. in Italian Studies from the University of Connecticut, and she specializes in Renaissance Literature and Art. She 404 JNT has also taught courses on Women and Witchcraft, Women Artists, and Film. Tsung-yi Huang, currently a Ph. D. candidate in the Department of Comparative Literature at SUNY Stony Brook, is working on her dissertation entitled "Walking Amidst Slums and Skyscrapers: The Politics of Walking and the Myth of Freedom in Asian Global Cities." She received a yearlong fellowship from the Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation for International Scholarly Exchange. Some of her works on Asian global cities are forthcoming in Quarterly Review of Film and Video and Scope by August 2001. Ian Wojcik-Andrews is Professor of English at Eastern Michigan University . He has published reviews and articles in Children's Literature and The Lion and the Unicorn and presented papers at numerous national and international conferences. Book publications include Margaret Drabbles Female Bildungsromane: Theory, Genre, and Gender (Peter Lang 1995). His work on film includes Children s Films: History, Ideology, Pedagogy, and Theory (Garland 2000) and articles such as "The Politics of Children 's Films" (1993). ...


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