- Notes on Contributors
NEIL CURTIS is Head of Museums in the University of Aberdeen, and is also responsible for the MLitt Museum Studies programme. His research has included the history of museums and archaeology in Scotland, and current museum issues such as repatriation, the treatment of human remains and museum education. He is an Associate of the Museums Association and Secretary of the North-East Section of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland.
JONATHAN HENDERSON is a PhD student at the University of Glasgow.
CAROLE JONES is Lecturer in the English Literature Department at the University of Edinburgh. Her research focuses on gender and sexuality in contemporary Scottish fiction and she is author of numerous articles, chapters, and a monograph, Disappearing Men: Gender Disorientation in Scottish Fiction 1979–1999 (2009).
SANDRO JUNG is Research Professor of Early Modern British Literature and Director of the Centre for the Study of Text and Print Culture at Ghent University, as well as Visiting Professor of English at the University of Gothenburg. He is the author of David Mallet, Anglo-Scot: Poetry, Politics, and Patronage in the Age of Union (2008); The Fragmentary Poetic: Eighteenth-Century Uses of an Experimental Mode (2009), and James Thomson’s ‘The Seasons’, Print Culture, and Visual Interpretation, 1730–1842 (2015). He edited the English Association’s 2013 Essays and Studies volume on ‘British Literature and Print Culture’ and co-edited the 2015 number of Yearbook of English Studies on ‘Book History and Literature’. He is at work on a new book project, entitled ‘Visual Burns’, which will focus on book illustrations of Burns’s poetry.
FIONA McCULLOCH is currently an independent scholar and was Lynn Wood Neag Distinguished Visiting Professor at the University of [End Page 157] Connecticut in 2015. Her books include Cosmopolitanism in Contemporary British Fiction: Imagined Identities (2012), Children’s Literature in Context (2011), and The Fictional Role of Childhood in Victorian and Early Twentieth-Century Children’s Literature (2004). She is currently preparing a monograph for Routledge entitled Contemporary British Children’s Literature and Cosmopolitanism. She has also written several peer-reviewed articles.
CHRISTOPHER McMILLAN is a PhD student at the University of Glasgow.
ANDREW NASH is an Associate Professor in the Department of English Literature at the University of Reading. His books include Kailyard and Scottish Literature (2007) and William Clark Russell and the Victorian Nautical Novel: Gender, Genre and the Marketplace (2014). His most recent work on Scottish literary topics include an essay on Janice Galloway in the volume New Directions in the History of the Novel (2014) and a collection of essays on J. M. Barrie: Gateway to the Modern: Resituating J. M. Barrie (2014), co-edited with Valentina Bold. He is an editor of The Review of English Studies.
JON SANDERS graduated from the University of Cambridge in 2014. His first published poems appeared in PN Review 217 (May–June 2014).
STEWART ALEXANDER SANDERSON is a PhD student at the University of Glasgow.
PATRICK SCOTT is Distinguished Professor of English, Emeritus, at the University of South Carolina, joint-editor of Studies in Scottish Literature, and honorary research fellow in Scottish Literature at the University of Glasgow. Recent publications include the co-edited collection Robert Burns and Friends (2012), and contributions about Burns in Burns Chronicle, SSL, and Robert Burns Lives! [End Page 158]