ROBERT L. CASERIO, Professor Emeritus of English, Comparative Literature, and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at Pennsylvania State University, University Park, is the author of The Cambridge Introduction to British Fiction, 1900–1950 (2019). He is the co-editor, with Clement Hawes, of The Cambridge History of the English Novel (2012), and the editor of The Cambridge Companion to the Twentieth-Century English Novel (2009). His own pages about Chance appear in his The Novel in England 1900–1950: History and Theory (1999). He is editing Wyndham Lewis’s The Lion and the Fox for the forthcoming Oxford Complete Edition of the Works of Wyndham Lewis.
MICHAEL JOHN DISANTO is Professor of English at Algoma University. He is the editor of The Complete Poems of George Whalley and the author of Under Conrad’s Eyes: The Novel as Criticism. He is writing a biography of George Whalley.
EWA KUJAWSKA-LIS is Professor at the Institute of Literary Studies at the University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, Poland. Her current interest in theoretical and empirical research on translation focuses on literary translation, in particular on the works of Dickens, Chesterton, and Conrad, as well as various issues associated with the phenomenon of retranslation and refraction. She has written articles for various journals and collections on the reception of Dickens and Conrad in Poland and Polish translations of their works. Her Marlow pod polską banderą. Tetralogia Josepha Conrada w przekładach z lat 1904–2004 [Marlow under the Polish Flag. Joseph Conrad’s Tetralogy in Polish Translations from 1904 to 2004] (2011) is a comprehensive analysis of Polish translations featuring Conrad’s narrator, Marlow. She is now working on the issues connected with Conrad’s multilingualism.
TRUNG T. LE was a lecturer of British and American literature at the University of Languages and International Studies, Vietnam National University, Hanoi. He is completing his doctoral studies at University of California, San Diego. His current research focuses on migrating subjects of irony in the literature and history of Vietnamese refugees.
ANNE LUYAT has taught at Université d’Avignon and the Université de Grenoble in France. She has published numerous articles and chapters on Conrad’s work.
DAVID MULRY is professor of English at the College of Coastal Georgia and webmaster for the Joseph Conrad Society of America. He has published on political fiction, gender and colonialism, and manuscript revision in Conrad. His recent book, Conrad Among the Anarchists, was published by Palgrave Macmillan in 2016, and his new book, Terrorism in the Victorian and Edwardian Novel (also Palgrave Macmillan), is due to be published in 2021.
AN NING is Associate Professor at Shantou University, China. She is the author of The Affirmation of Ordinary Life: A Comparative Study of Middle-march and Honglou Meng (2015), and the translator of Cedric Watts’s Joseph Conrad: A Literary Life (2017) and of Laurence Davies’s The Selected Letters of Joseph Conrad (2019). Her current research project is entitled Joseph Conrad: Chinese Perspectives.