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Joseph Albernaz is Assistant Professor of English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University. His work focuses on the literature and thought of Romanticism, with particular interests in ecology, political theology, and critical theory. In addition to articles on figures such as John Clare, Friedrich Hölderlin, Mary Shelley, and Hans Blumenberg, he is working on a study of community and the everyday in the Romantic period entitled All Things Common.

Joshua Billings is Professor of Classics at Princeton University. His books include Genealogy of the Tragic: Greek Tragedy and German Philosophy (2014) and The Philosophical Stage: Drama and Dialectic in Classical Athens (2021).

Nan Z. Da teaches literature at the University of Notre Dame.

Brian Glavey is Associate Professor of English at the University of South Carolina and the author of The Wallflower Avant-Garde (2016). He is currently at work on a book about relatability, oversharing, and the New York School poets.

John Hoffmann is a postdoctoral fellow in the Institute for Media Studies at the University of Marburg. His research focuses on German and anglophone modernism, and his work has been supported by the Germany Research Foundation, the Modernist Studies Association, and the Max Kade Center for Modern German Thought.

Brian Michael Norton is Professor of English and Comparative Literature at California State University, Fullerton. He is book review editor of The Shandean and author of Fiction and the Philosophy of Happiness: Ethical Inquiries in the Age of Enlightenment (2012).

Atti Viragh is a doctoral candidate in English at the University of California, Berkeley. His work explores a philosophical turn in later nineteenth-century British writing through a comparative and historical frame. Previous and forthcoming work includes studies of Walter Pater and Bram Stoker, as well as research on Hungarian, German, and American writers.

Walt Hunter is Associate Professor of World Literature at Clemson University. He is the author of Forms of a World: Contemporary Poetry and the Making of Globalization (2019) and co-translator, with Lindsay Turner, of Frédéric Neyrat's Atopias: Manifesto for a Radical Existentialism (2017). [End Page 661]



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