Boriana Alexandrova is a doctoral candidate at the University of York and the reviews editor of Modernism/Modernity. Her research seeks to develop new methods of stylistic, theoretical, and ethical engagement with the multilingualism of Finnegans Wake, while exploring the poetic materiality of Joyce’s language and his strategic use of polylingual phonologies and onomatopoeic gestures. Her work seeks to cultivate the multilingual imagination into a critical methodology that addresses the cultural, linguistic, and bodily diversity of Joyce’s global readership. Some of her theoretical work on the Wake’s phonological system and multilingual ethics will appear in the 2016 issue of European Joyce Studies.
Frank Callanan is a barrister practicing in Dublin and a historian. He is the author of The Parnell Split (1992) and T. M. Healy (1996). He has written the entries on Charles Stewart Parnell and other ﬁgures of the Irish party, and more recently that of Conor Cruise O’Brien for the Dictionary of Irish Biography. His article ‘‘James Joyce and the United Irishman, Paris 1902–3’’ appeared in the Dublin James Joyce Journal. He is currently working on a book entitled The Shade of Parnell. It concerns the course of the Parnell myth, the treatment of the myth by Joyce and Yeats, and the formative inﬂuence of Parnell and the Parnell split on Joyce’s nationalism.
Richard J. Gerber has published work regularly in James Joyce Quarterly since 1983, as well as in Joyce Studies Annual, the James Joyce Literary Supplement, and elsewhere. He and his wife operate an online book business, rmgerberbooks.com, buying and selling material by Joyce and other modernist writers. [End Page 195]
John Gordon is a professor of English at Connecticut College. He is the author of James Joyce’s Metamorphosis; Finnegans Wake: A Plot Summary; Physiology and the Literary Imagination; Joyce and Reality: The Empirical Strikes Back; Sensation and Sublimation in Charles Dickens; two monographs; and many articles and notes on nineteenth-century, modern, and contemporary literature. He is currently engaged in scouring Finnegans Wake for allusions not yet recorded.
Colleen Jaurretche is a lecturer in the Writing Programs at UCLA and the author of Sensual Philosophy: Joyce and the Aesthetics of Mysticism (1997).
Ethan King is a doctoral student in English at Boston University. His research interests include British modernism, trauma studies, and ethnic literature.
Garry Leonard is a professor of English and Cinema Studies at the University of Toronto. His publications include Reading Dubliners Again: A Lacanian Perspective and Advertising and Commodity Culture in Joyce, as well as numerous articles on Joyce, modernism, ﬁlm, and visual culture.
Margaret McBride is the author of Ulysses and the Metamorphosis of Stephen Dedalus. She is currently working on a book about Finnegans Wake.
Julie McCormick Weng is completing her dissertation in literary modernism and technology studies at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. She has published work on Joyce in the Journal of Modern Literature and the Dublin James Joyce Journal. She also serves as coeditor of reviews for Breac: A Digital Journal of Irish Studies. [End Page 196]