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Contributors Elicia Clements is in her final year of her doctoral degree at York University, Toronto, where she is soon to complete her dissertation on Virginia Woolf, Gertrude Stein, and Ethel Smyth. Her work explores notions of female subjectivity and interdisciplinary connections between literature and music. Colette Colligan is Assistant Professor at Simon Fraser University. She is currendy working on a book about nineteenth-century English obscenity. Her shorter pieces on England's obscene print culture are forthcoming in Nineteenth-Century Contexts and European Pornography. With Vanessa K. Warne, she has also co-written an essay on Grant Allen for Victorian Literature and Culture. John Considine is an assistant professor in the department of English at the University of Alberta, and was previously an assistant editor of the OxfordEnglish Dictionary, for which he continues to work as a consultant. He is writing a book about dictionaries and the making of heritage in post-medieval Europe. Andrea Hibbard teaches English and Women's Studies at the University of Pittsburgh. She has published articles on the silver-fork novel, the Great Exhibition, and the Albert Memorial. She is currendy writing a book about the relationship between social class and exhibition culture in nineteenthcentury England. Cynthia Huffis a Professor of English at Illinois State University, where she teaches autobiography, feminist theories, women's literature, and Victorian literature. She has published numerous articles and chapters on autobiography and women's literature as well as British Women's Diaries: A Descriptive Bibliography (AMS 1985), and co-edited Inscribing the Daily: Critical Essays on Women's Diaries (Massachusetts UP 1996). Kathryn Ledbetter is Assistant Professor of English at Southwest Texas State University in San Marcos. Her articles on The Keepsake and other literary annuals appear in various scholarly journals, including Studies in theUteraryImagination, Victorian Poetry, Papers of the BibliographicalSociety of America, and Victorian Newsletter. She and Terence Hoagwood produced a Victorian Review (2002)125 Contributors facsimile reproduction and introduction of the 1829 Keepsake (Scholars Facsimiles & Reprints, 1999). They also edited, with Martin Matthew Jacobsen, "L. E. L.'s Verses' and The Keepsake of 1829," a hypertext edition of three Keepsake poems (and commentary), published on the Romantic Circles scholarly website. Krista Lysack is Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Department of English at Queen's University, where she recendy completed her doctorate. She has published articles in Victorian Poetry and The Victorian Newsletter, and is currendy working on a book-length study of gender and consumer culture in Victorian literature. Shannon L. Rogers is Visiting Assistant Professor of History at Saint Joseph's University. She has also written articles on the historicism of Thomas Hardy and William Morris and on Welsh history. She is currendy completing a full-length study of the interrelation between historical fiction and historical writing in 19th century Britain. Roger Sales is a Professor of English Literature at the University of East Anglia. He is the author of books on Jane Austen (1996) andJohn Clare (2000), as well as essays on Pierce Egan and Henry Mayhew. Janice Schroeder is a SSHRC doctoral candidate in the Department of English at the University of Alberta. Her dissertation, "The Public Voice in Victorian Feminist Speech and Writing," explores public speech and the periodical press as platforms for mid-Victorian feminism. She has published and presented on women's travel writing and the Victorian feminist press. Errata: Our apologies on an error in Volume 28 No. 1. The spelling of contributor Sailaja Krishnamurti's name was incorrect. 126volume 28 number 1 ...


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