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American Literary History 15.2 (2003) 441
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Notes on Contributors
Bluford Adams He teaches in the English Department at the University of Iowa and is currently working on a book titled Yankees and Irish: Region and Ethnicity in Gilded Age New England.
Martin T. Buinicki He earned his Ph.D. in English from the University of Iowa in May 2003. He is currently working on a book manuscript, "Negotiating Copyright: Authorship and the Discourse of Literary Property Rights in Nineteenth-Century America."
Bonnie Costello She teaches English at Boston University. Her new book is Shifting Ground: Reinventing Landscape in Modern American Poetry (Harvard UP, 2003).
Jennifer Delton She is Assistant Professor of History at Skidmore College and author of Making Minnesota Liberal: Civil Rights and the Transformation of the Democratic Party.
Susan Edmunds Associate Professor of English at Syracuse University, she is the author of Out of Line: History, Psychoanalysis and Montage in H.D. Long Poems (1994). Essays, drawn from her current work on modern American domestic fiction, have appeared in Contemporary Literature,Novel,Modern Fiction Studies, and American Literature.
Gregory S. Jackson An assistant professor of English and American Studies at the University of Arizona, he is currently completing a book that revises conventional understandings of nineteenth-century literary realism to account for the way in which affective narratives transformed modes of religious fellowship into new forms of civic attachment.
Melani McAlister She is Associate Professor of American Studies at George Washington University, and the author of Epic Encounters: Culture, Media, and US Interests in the Middle East, 1945-2000 (2001).
Dana D. Nelson She is Professor of English and Social Theory at the University of Kentucky. Her recent projects include Materializing Democracy (2002), co-edited with Russ Castronovo; a project on effective mentoring; and a book-length project tentatively titled "Representative/Democracy."
Bryan Waterman He is an Assistant Professor of English at New York University and is at work on a study of New York City's intellectual and literary cultures in the 1790s.