- Notes on Contributors
Todd K. Bender is Professor of English Literature at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He is the General Editor of the multi-volume series of Concordances to the Complete Works of Conrad and author of Literary Impressionism in Jean Rhys, Ford Madox Ford, Joseph Conrad, and Charlotte Bronte (1997) and Gerard Manley Hopkins: The Critical Reception and Classical Background of His Work (1966).
G. W. Stephen Brodsky, Royal Roads Military College (retired), has specialized in Renaissance Drama, Literature of War, and elements of Conrad's szlachta tradition in the canon. His articles have appeared in Conradiana, The Conradian, and Conrad: Eastern and Western Perspectives. He has recently turned his hand to novel fiction with publication of The Faust Legacy Quartet.
Scott A. Cohen is an Assistant Professor of English at Stonehill College, Massachusetts, where he teaches twentieth-century British and postcolonial literatures. A specialist in literary modernism, he has published articles in Modern Fiction Studies and NOVEL: A Forum on Fiction. He is currently completing a book to be titled In the Crosscurrents of Empire: A Moving Geography of Global Modernism, 1890-1947.
Laurence Davies is Professor and Senior Research Fellow at the University of Glasgow. With Cedric Watts, he is the author of Cunninghame Graham: A Critical Biography (Cambridge UP). Working with a roster of collaborators, he is general editor of The Collected Letters of Joseph Conrad, also for Cambridge; Volumes Eight and Nine, the last in the series, appeared in 2007. Davies also works on literature and science; short fiction; Scottish, Welsh, and Irish literatures; and the intersection of oral and literary cultures. He has held fellowships from the National Endowment for the Humanities, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Woodrow Wilson Endowment, and is President of the UK Joseph Conrad Society. [End Page 103]
Stephen Donovan is Senior Lecturer in English at Uppsala University, Sweden. His publications include Joseph Conrad and Popular Culture (Palgrave, 2005), and he has edited Under Western Eyes (2007) for Penguin. He is the creator of Conrad First (www.conradfirst.net), an online database of Conrad's work as originally serialized.
Linda Dryden is Professor of English Literature at Napier University, Edinburgh. She has published various articles on Conrad and is the author of Joseph Conrad and the Imperial Romance (Macmillan, 2000) and of The Modern Gothic and Literary Doubles: Stevenson, Wilde and Wells (Palgrave, 2003). A coeditor of the Journal of Stevenson Studies, Dryden is coeditor of a volume of essays entitled Stevenson and Conrad: Writers of Transition, forthcoming with Texas Tech UP.
David Finkelstein is Research Professor of Media and Print Culture at Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh. He is the author of The House of Blackwood: Author-Publisher Relations in the Victorian Era (Pennsylvania State UP, 2002), and a coauthor of An Introduction to Book History (Routledge, 2005).
Robert Hampson is Professor of Modern Literature at Royal Hol-loway College, University of London. He is the author of Joseph Conrad: Betrayal and Identity (Macmillan, 1993) and Cross-Cultural Encounters in Joseph Conrad's Malay Fiction (Palgrave, 2000), and a coeditor of Conrad and Theory (Rodopi, 1998). A Contributing Editor to the Cambridge Edition of the Works of Joseph Conrad, he has also edited Lord Jim (1986), Victory (1989), and Heart of Darkness (1995) for Penguin, as well as Nostromo (2001) for Wordsworth Classics. From 1989 to 1996 he was editor of The Conradian, and currently sits on the editorial board of Conradiana. [End Page 104]