jeffrey drouin is Assistant Professor of English and Co-Director of the Modernist Journals Project at The University of Tulsa. His interests include modernism, periodical studies, digital humanities, and literature and science. He is the author of James Joyce, Science, and Modernist Print Culture: “The Einstein of English Fiction” and editor of the Ecclesiastical Proust Archive, http://proustarchive.org.
chatham ewing is the Digital Library Strategist for Cleveland Public Library. His background includes a PhD from the University of Missouri and an MLS from Rutgers. His experience includes a variety of adjunct positions in Archival Administration and English, curatorial work at the University of Illinois and Washington University in St. Louis, and digital library work at New York Public Library and the University of Mississippi. His interests in research and practice include metadata, archives, digital libraries and digitization, mid-twentieth century literature, little magazines, social networks, creative circles, and biography.
mark gaipa has a doctorate in English Literature from Brown University and has taught literature and writing at Brown, Harvard, and the Universities of Stuttgart and Freiburg in Germany. His publications include articles on Virginia Woolf, James Joyce, Martin Luther King, Samuel Roth, and Donald Davidson, as well as writing pedagogy and American magazines. With Sean Latham and Robert Scholes, Mark has edited a new edition of Joyce’s Ulysses based on the serialization of the novel in The Little Review from 1918 to 1920 (forthcoming from Yale UP, 2014). He has been involved with the Modernist Journals Project from its very beginnings, and since 2008 has worked at Brown as the project manager of the MJP, where he has introduced such features as the MJP Lab and instructional wiki. [End Page 136]
gabriel anderson hankins Gabriel Hankins is Assistant Professor in the Department of English at Clemson University. He is completing a monograph on modernism, liberal internationalism, and world governance between the wars, and is currently Project Director for the Twentieth Century Literary Letters project (http://www.modmaps.net/tcllp/).
j. stephen murphy is an independent scholar. He created the Magazine Modernisms website.
clifford wulfman holds a Ph.D. in English from Yale University and a Master of Science in computer science from the University of Pennsylvania. He has served as Editor for Texts in English at the Perseus Digital Library Project and Technical Director of the Modernist Journals Project at Brown University. In 2008 he became Coordinator of Library Digital Initiatives at Princeton University, where he is now Assistant Director of the Princeton Digital Humanities Center. He is the founder and director of Blue Mountain, a project to create avant-garde digital resources for the study of the avant-garde. He has written numerous articles on trauma in the work of William Faulkner and Virginia Woolf, on digital libraries, and on periodical studies. He is co-author, with Robert Scholes, of Modernism in the Magazines. [End Page 137]