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Michael Pickard is an assistant professor of English at Millsaps College. His essay on the eighteenth-century bookseller William Strahan appears in The Eighteenth Centuries: Global Networks of Enlightenment (2018).

Roxanne Covelo is a recent PhD graduate from the University of Minas Gerais, Brazil. Her research focuses on the work of Thomas De Quincey and the culture of Romantic magazine-writing.

Toby R. Benis is Professor of English and Women’s and Gender Studies at Saint Louis University. She is the author of Romantic Diasporas: French Émigrés, British Convicts, and Jews (2009) and of Romanticism on the Road: the Marginal Gains of Wordsworth’s Homeless (2000). Her current book project, entitled Jane Austen’s Neighborhood, explores the mediating role of social space and spatial practice in critiques of the female liberal subject.

Chris Townsend is a Bye-Fellow at Christ’s College, University of Cambridge. He works on Romantic poetry and Enlightenment philosophy, with interests in poetic rhythm and the relation of verse to prose. He is currently working on a monograph concerning George Berkeley’s reception in English Romanticism.

Anna Shajirat is Assistant Professor of English at Quincy University, where she teaches courses in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century British literature. Her book project is tentatively titled The Female Gothic and the Fantasy of History: Gender, Race, and Time in the Long Eighteenth Century.

Matthew C. Borushko is Associate Professor of English at Stonehill College.

David Sigler is Associate Professor of English at the University of Calgary.

Jamison Kantor is an assistant professor at the Ohio State University. He is currently completing a manuscript on automation, Romanticism, and the political conventions of the “New Materialism.” Articles from this project have been featured in The Eighteenth-Century: Theory and Interpretation and PMLA.



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