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Hans Walter Gabler is a retired Professor of English Literature and Editorial Scholarship at the Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich, Germany, and, since 2007, a Senior Research Fellow of the Institute of English Studies, School of Advanced Study, London University. He undertook, as editor-in-chief, the Critical and Synoptic Edition of James Joyce's Ulysses (1984), and the critical editions of Joyce's A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man and Dubliners (both 1993). In Munich from 1996 to 2002, he directed an interdisciplinary graduate program on "Textual Criticism as Foundation and Method of the Historical Disciplines." Through his research on writing processes he seeks to advance theory and practice of the digital scholarly edition in a Digital Humanities environment. His recent collection of essays, Text Genetics in Literary Modernism and Other Essays, may be traced and read via

Richard J. Gerber is a collectible book dealer (, specializing in modern literature. He has published on Joyce for over 35 years and is currently at work on a textual analysis of Dubliners.

Michelle McSwiggan Kelly is a Language Lecturer in the Expository Writing Program at New York University. She is currently at work on a book project that considers the historical significance of James Joyce's and William Carlos Williams's transformations of the modernist epic.

Casey Lawrence recently completed her M.A. at Brock University in Canada with a research project on public opinion, queer shame, and the influence of Oscar Wilde's legacy on Ulysses. She will be pursuing a [End Page 251] doctorate in English at Trinity College Dublin and plans to use queer theory to examine the role of genderfuck in the work of modernist writers, including James Joyce and Virginia Woolf.

Katie Mishler is a tutor and occasional lecturer in both the School of English, Drama and Film and the Writing Centre at University College Dublin. She recently completed her Ph.D. on Joyce and nineteenth-century Irish Gothic writing at UCD.

Peter O'Brien has written or edited five books, including Introduction to Literature: British, American, Canadian (Harper & Row) and Cleopatra at the Breakfast Table: Why I Studied Latin with My Teenager and How I Discovered the Daughterland (Quattro). He attended University of Notre Dame (B.A.), McGill University (M.A.) and the Banff School of Fine Arts, and has published widely on writing and art. Pages from LOTS OF FUN WITH FINNEGANS WAKE have been published in World Literature Today, James Joyce Quarterly, Silver Streams (Ireland), The Fortnightly Review (England), and Ilanot Review (Israel). He lives in Toronto.

Gabriel Renggli received his Ph.D. from the University of York, U.K. He teaches English at the WKS KV Bildung in Bern and the AKAD College in Zurich. His articles on James Joyce have been published in Modernism/ modernity and the Journal of Modern Literature.

Bonnie Roos is Professor of English and Department Head of English, Philosophy, and Modern Languages at West Texas A&M University. She is the author of Djuna Barnes's Nightwood: The World and the Politics of Peace, and has published a number of articles and chapters on Joyce.

Robert J. Seidman is a novelist, Emmy-winning screenwriter, and literary critic. His last novel, Moments Captured, is based loosely on the work and life of the pioneering nineteenth-century photographer Eadweard Muybridge (Overlook Press, 2014). Seidman's One Smart Indian, a novel about a Northern Cheyenne set in mid–nineteenth-century America, was published by the Overlook Press in 1980. It has never been out of print. Seidman's screenwriting credits include the Emmy-nominated A Life Apart: Hasidism in America, and Margaret Mead: An Observer Observed, a 90-minute docudrama about Mead's life, intellectual contributions, and the creation of her legend. Seidman also wrote In Our Time, the final [End Page 252] program of a nine-part series ambitiously titled Art of the Western World. The hour-long film focuses on American and European art after World War II. Seidman co-wrote Waiting for Beckett, a documentary on the work and life of the Nobel Prize–winning author. Seidman wrote Wallace Stevens: Man Made...


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