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Contributors Lisa Brocklebank is a PhD candidate in the Department of EngUsh at Brown University. Her dissertation research focuses on reading and consciousness in the Victorian novel. She earned her B.A. and M.A. at U.B.C., where she pursued her interest in chüdren's Uterature, completing an honour's thesis on fairy-tales and a master's thesis on Victorian chüdren's Uterature. Andrew Burke is an Assistant Professor in the Department of EngUsh at the University of Winnipeg. He has articles forthcoming in English Studies in Canada and Historical MateriaUsm and is currendy completing a manuscript on the representation of riots in nineteenth-century British fiction. Lauren GiUingham is an Assistant Professor of EngUsh at the University of Ottawa. She recendy pubUshed an article on Mary SheUey, and is currendy working on a study of the development of the British novel of fashion across the nineteenth century. Mary Patricia Kane is a lecturer in EngUsh language and translation at the Università degU Studi GabrieUe d'Annunzio in Pescara, Italy. She is the author of Spurious Ghost: The Fantastic Tales of Vernon Ue (Carocci, 2004) and co-editor of the volume of short stories Katherine Mansfield: The Voyage Out (Loffredo, 2000). She has pubUshed numerous articles on nineteenth- and early-twentieth-century Uterature and is currendy working on a critical study of the role of women in the Victorian criminal justice system. Jannie Uhre Mogensen is a Ph.D.-student at the University of Southern Denmark in Esbjerg. Her main field of research is postmortem photography and the Danish visual aesthetics of death, but she is also involved in the fields of Victorian studies and medico-social poUtics. Sally B. Palmer is an associate professor of EngUsh at the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology, where she endeavors to interest engineering students in nineteenth-century British women writers. 92volume 32 number 1 ...


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