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Ignacio Javier López is Professor of Romance Languages at the University of Pennsylvania. He has written three books on the Modern Spanish novel, Caballero de novela (1986), Realismo y ficción (1989), and Galdós y el arte de la prosa (1993), and is the author of numerous articles on Modern Spanish literature and culture.

Iain Morland is writing his doctoral thesis on narrative ethics at Royal Holloway, University of London. His publications include articles about intersexuality and rhetoric in Textual Practice and Feminist Theory, and a forthcoming coedited issue of Transformations on "regions of sexuality."

Jean-Luc Nancy is a French philosopher who has held faculty positions in Strasbourg, San Diego, Berkeley, and Berlin. His most recent books are Hegel, the Restlessness of the Negative (Minneapolis), The Speculative Remark (Stanford), A l'écoute (Galilée), and Au fond des images (Galilée). The most recent issue of the New Centennial Review is devoted to his work.

Amit Pinchevski is a PhD candidate in the Graduate Program in Communications at McGill University, Montreal.

Thomas C. Platt is a PhD candidate in the Department of Romance Studies at Cornell University. His research interests are nineteenth- and twentieth-century Spanish peninsular literature and film.

Joseph Suglia received his PhD in Comparative Literary Studies and German at Northwestern University. He is currently a lecturer in the Department of English and Program of Interdisciplinary Studies at DePaul University.

Mikko Tuhkanen, a graduate student of Comparative Literature at the State University of New York at Buffalo, has published essays in African American Review, GLQ, and Modern Fiction Studies. He is also the editor of Umbr(a): A Journal of the Unconscious.



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