- The Contributors
Adam Gordon is Assistant Professor of English at Whitman College, previously Hench Post-Dissertation Fellow at the American Antiquarian Society. His current work explores the relationship between critical culture and creative production in antebellum America.
Sarah Mahurin is Visiting Professor of English and African American Studies at Wesleyan University. She is at work on a book project on Southern expatriatism in American literature.
Brady Harrison is Professor of English at the University of Montana. He is the author of Agent of Empire and editor of All Our Stories Are Here. He has published articles, essays, and stories in the U.S. Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico, the E.U. and Australia.
Kristin L. Matthews is Associate Professor of English at Brigham Young University. Her articles have appeared in Modern Drama, Journal of American Culture and American Studies.
Andy Fitch teaches in the University of Wyoming’s MFA program and is an interviews editor for The Volta. His forthcoming books include: Pop Poetics: Reframing Joe Brainaird, Sixty Morning Walks, and Mirror Staged: Sixty Interviews with Contemporaty Poets.
Dustin Hannum is a postdoctoral fellow in the University of Rochester’s College Writing Program. His research focuses on intersections between legal and aesthetic theory during the antebellum period. [End Page 179]