- Notes on Contributors
MICHAEL COOPERSON teaches Arabic at UCLA. His research interests include early Abbasid cultural history and Maltese language and culture. He has translated several works of modern and classical Arabic literature, most recently al-Hariri’s Impostures (forthcoming from NYU Press).
JESSE MOLESWORTH is Associate Professor of English at Indiana University. He has published widely on literature and culture of the Enlightenment, especially in Britain. His book, Chance and the Eighteenth-Century Novel (2010), won Honorable Mention for the Barbara Perkins and George Perkins Prize, recognizing the year’s best book on narrative.
MICHAEL NICHOLSON is Assistant Professor of English at McGill University. He is currently at work on a book project entitled After Time: Romanticism and Anachronism, which explores ecological models of lyric time. Early selections from this project have appeared as essays in ELH and Genre.
JONATHAN SACHS is Professor of English at Concordia University and the author, most recently, of The Poetics of Decline in British Romanticism (2018) and, with the Multigraph Collective, Interacting with Print: Elements of Reading in the Era of Print Saturation (2018). He has recently held fellowships at Princeton’s Institute for Advanced Study and the National Humanities Center.
AMIT YAHAV is Associate Professor of English at the University of Minnesota. She is the author of Feeling Time: Duration, the Novel, and Eighteenth-Century Sensibility (2018), as well as of articles published in Novel: A Forum on Fiction, ELH, MLN, PMLA, The Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation, and Studies in Romanticism.
The Editors wish to thank the following Editorial Assistants for this issue: Madison Durham, Elizabeth Henderson, Danica McCallister, Michael Morris, Dylan Sanchez, Dennison Ty Schultz, and Jade Visos-Ely.