- Contributors to this Issue
Maria K. Bachman is Professor of English at Middle Tennessee State University and co-editor of the Victorians Institute Journal. Her books include Fear, Loathing, and Victorian Xenophobia, co-edited with Marlene Tromp and Heidi Kaufman and Reality’s Dark Light: The Sensational Wilkie Collins, co-edited with Don Richard Cox, and scholarly editions of Wilkie Collins’s The Woman in White and Blind Love, co-edited with Don Richard Cox, and Wilkie Collins’s “The Dead Hand” and Charles Dickens’s “The Bride’s Chamber.” Her current book project is entitled: Dickens on the Brain: Reading Charles Dickens in the Age of Neuroscience.
William F. Long is Emeritus Professor in Biochemistry at the University of Aberdeen and contributes regularly to The Dickensian and Dickens Quarterly.
Jeremy Parrott has trained English teachers and taught English language and literature at universities in Britain and Europe for more than 30 years. Active as a Samuel Beckett scholar and literary onomastician, he is also engaged in antiquarian bookselling and the compilation of bibliographies of late nineteenth-century British literary authors. In addition to his current work for Yale on All the Year Round, he has completed a bibliography of the lifetime editions of Charles Dickens’s works (2018).
Daniel Siegel is Associate Professor of English at the University Alabama at Birmingham. His publications include Charity and Condescension (2012) and several essays about Victorian literature and culture.
Giles Whiteley is Docent in English Literature at Stockholm University. He is the author of Aestheticism and the Philosophy of Death (2010 and Oscar Wilde and the Simulacrum (2015). His Schelling’s Reception in Nineteenth Century British Literature is forthcoming, and he will be writing more on Dickens and The Mystery of Edwin Drood in The Aesthetics of Space in Nineteenth Century British Literature, 1851–1908. [End Page 187]