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  • Contributors

alix beeston is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the United States Studies Centre at the University of Sydney, where she also teaches in the Department of English. Her first book, which examines the interplay between modernist writing and photography, is forthcoming in early 2018 with the Modernist Literature and Culture Series at Oxford University Press.

benjamin mangrum is a Visiting Assistant Professor at Davidson College, where he teaches in the Departments of English and Environmental Studies. His research interests include twentieth-century fiction, political philosophy, intellectual history, and the environmental humanities.

johanna hoorenman is a lecturer in American literature at Utrecht University, the Netherlands. Her fields of research are American poetry, with a particular interest in animal poetry and posthumanism, and American popular romance fiction. She is currently working on a cultural history of Native American themed popular romance novels, tracing the roots of the subgenre to early American women's captivity narratives and James Fenimore Cooper's The Last of the Mohicans.

tae yun lim is currently an instructor at Seoul National University in Seoul. Her main fields of interest include early-twentieth-century American and British literature; modernism and modernity; women's experimental writings; feminist and gender theory; and psychoanalysis.

nathan d. allison is an English Literature student at the University of Kentucky where he studies the role of anxiety in postwar American literature and film. [End Page 125]