- Contributors to this Issue
Mary A. Armstrong is Associate Professor of English and Women & Gender Studies and Women & Gender Studies Program Chair at Lafayette College. Her current work focuses on articulations of desire and pleasure in Victorian fiction. She has published in Victorian Literature and Culture, Nineteenth Century Studies, LIT: Literature, Interpretation, Theory and Studies in the Novel.
Adina Ciugureanu is Professor of English and American literature and culture at Ovidius University Constanta, Romania. Her recent publications include Victorian Selves (2008), Modernism and the Idea of Modernity (2004, 2008), High Poetic Modernist Discourse (1997) and articles on Dickens and Victorian culture. She is also author of the forthcoming study, The Reception of George Eliot in Europe.
Rodney Stenning Edgecombe lectures English literature at the University of Cape Town, and holds one of its Distinguished Teacher Awards. He has published widely on a variety of literary and musical topics. A Self-divided Poet : Form and Texture in the Verse of Thomas Hood (2006) is his most recent book.
William Long is Emeritus Professor in Biochemistry at the University of Aberdeen. He has published several articles for The Dickensian and Dickens Quarterly and contributed to The Oxford Readers’ Companion to Dickens.
Paul Schlicke was Senior Lecturer in English at the University of Aberdeen until retirement in 2010. His Clarendon edition of Sketches by Boz is preparing for publication. [End Page 99]