Jeffrey Blevins is a Ph.D. candidate at UC Berkeley. He works on American and British poetry of the 19th and 20th centuries. His dissertation investigates relations between modernist verse and philosophical logic at the turn of the century. He has published essays in ELH, Paideuma, and The Wallace Stevens Journal. He will guest-edit an issue of The Wallace Stevens Journal in 2015.
Elizabeth Erbeznik, lecturer of French at the University of Texas at Austin, is working on a manuscript exploring the invention of the working woman as an urban type in nineteenth-century literature. She is the author of articles on Eugène Sue, George Sand, and Émile Zola.
Claire Pascolini-Campbell is a Visiting Lecturer in English Literature at University College London. Her Ph.D. in Comparative Literature was awarded by the University of St. Andrews in 2014 and focused on the influence of François Villon on English poetic tradition in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
Gabriel Lovatt is a Marion L. Brittain Postdoctoral Fellow at The Georgia Institute of Technology. She specializes in the connections between the experiments of Victorian literature and the modernist Avant-garde. She has published in the Journal of Modern Literature and has a forthcoming article in Mosaic.
John MacNeill Miller is a Ph.D. candidate in English at Rutgers University. He is currently completing his dissertation, which argues that changes in the portrayal of animals in the Victorian realist novel track major shifts in the relationship between literary character and communal belonging. [End Page 699]