Anna Jones Abramson is a Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). She is at work on a book entitled The Age of Atmosphere: Air, Affect, and Technology in Modernist Literature.
Adam Meehan is an assistant professor of English at Palomar College in San Marcos, California. His work appears in Journal of Modern Literature, Modernism/modernity, the Routledge Encyclopedia of Modernism, and elsewhere. He is currently writing a book entitled Modernism and Subjectivity: How Modernist Fiction Invented the Postmodern Subject.
Kristen Pond specializes in Victorian studies with an emphasis on the novel. Her research focuses on the development of the novel, the rhetoric and ethics of sympathy, and gender studies. Her work appears in Women's Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal, Victorian Literature and Culture, Victorian Institute Journal, Nineteenth-Century Literature, Brontë Studies, and Victorian Review. Her current book project examines the figure of the stranger in Victorian literature and culture.
Ana-Karina Schneider is an associate professor of English literature with Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu, Romania, and editor-in-chief of American, British and Canadian Studies. Her publications include the monographs Critical Perspectives in the Late Twentieth Century: William Faulkner, A Case Study (2006) and Studies in the Rhetoric of Fiction (2015), several textbooks and study guides, and articles on contemporary British prose fiction, reading practices, and English studies in Romania.
Daniel Williams is a Junior Fellow at the Harvard Society of Fellows. His articles on aspects of Victorian literature, science, and aesthetics have appeared in Novel, ELH, Victorian Poetry, Nineteenth-Century Contexts, and Genre. He has also published on twentieth- and twenty-first-century British and South African literature. He is currently working on a book about uncertainty in the nineteenth-century British novel, alongside developments in science, philosophy, and the law.
Paul Williams is senior lecturer in twentieth-century literature at the University of Exeter in the UK. He has written two books, Paul Gilroy (2012) and Race, Ethnicity and Nuclear War (2011), and he co-edited the collection The Rise of the American Comics Artist: Creators and Contexts (2010) with James Lyons. He is currently writing a monograph on the novelization of comics in the long 1970s. [End Page 461]