- Notes on Contributors
JULIO ENRIQUEZ-ORNLEAS is an Assistant Professor of Spanish in the Department of Modern Languages at Millikin University where he was recently named a Coleman Foundation Faculty Fellow. He specializes in twentieth century Latin American literature and late nineteenth to twenty-first century Mexican narrative. In his research, he examines how in fin de siècle "print capitalism" history, gender, race, and social class are imagined in newspapers and serial novels. His current research studies how fin de siècle novelists implicitly imagine the Porfirianera of modernization; and how contemporary novelists re-write this period through the appropriation of various cultural productions.
ALISON GRAHAM-BERTOLINI is an assistant professor of English and Women's Studies at North Dakota State University. Her research focuses on contemporary American literature, with specializations in women's literature, ethnic literature, and literature of the southern United States. Graham-Bertolini is co-editor of Carson McCullers in the Twenty-First Century (Palgrave Macmillan, 2016), and is the author of Vigilante Women in Contemporary American Fiction (Palgrave Macmillan, 2011). Graham-Bertolini has published numerous peer-reviewed journal articles in publications including the Eudora Welty Review and The Southern Quarterly. She is the current president of the International Carson McCullers Society.
CHARLES SABATOS is an Associate Professor (Doçent) in comparative literature at Yeditepe University in Istanbul. His research is focused on transnational contexts of Central and Eastern European literary history, particularly modernist and contemporary fiction. His book Between Myth and History: The Turkish Image in Central European Literature was published in Turkish in 2014.
CORINNE WOHLFORD holds an MFA in writing from Washington University and a PhD in American studies from Saint Louis University. Since 2000, she has taught writing, American history and culture studies, and American literature at Fontbonne University, where she currently serves as Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs. [End Page 142]