- The Contributors
susan m. griffin is Professor of English and Distinguished University Scholar at the University of Louisville. She is editor of the Henry James Review and, most recently, of The Europeans in the Cambridge Edition of the Compete Fiction of Henry James.
lisa mendelman is a lecturer in the English department at UCLA. She specializes in American literature since 1865, transnational modernisms, and affect and science studies. Her current book project, Modern Sentimentalism, chronicles the reinvention of nineteenth-century aesthetics of gender, race, and emotion in inter-war fiction by American women writers.
maria almanza is a Visiting Assistant Professor at Randolph College, where she teaches courses in disability studies and twentieth-century literature. She is a Ford Foundation fellow who is currently working on a manuscript titled “The Inconstant Body: Corporeality in the Twentieth-Century. Her research focuses on twentieth-century Anglophone literature, disability studies, animal studies, and changing notions of animate life.
suzanne roszak is a PhD candidate in Comparative Literature at Yale University. Her articles have appeared or are forthcoming in Comparative Literature, ARIEL: A Review of International English Literature, Studies in the Novel, and Children’s Literature.
raymond malewitz is Assistant Professor of English in the School of Writing, Literature, and Film at Oregon State University. He is the author of The Practice of Misuse: Rugged Consumerism in Contemporary American Culture (Stanford UP, 2014). [End Page 130]