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Jonathan Elmer is Associate Professor of English and American Studies at Indiana University. He has published work on Edgar Allan Poe, Richard Wright, Jacques Lacan, and Hannibal Lecter. He is currently at work on a project analyzing rhetorics of affect and event in early America.

Max Hernandez is a member of the Peruvian Psychoanalytic Society and of the British Psychoanalytical Society and a training analyst. He is a former vice president of the International Psychoanalytic Association and a Sigourney Award Winner.

Mary Jacobus teaches in the English Department at Cornell University. Her recent books include First Things: The Maternal Imaginary in Literature, Art, and Psychoanalysis and Psychoanalysis and the Scene of Reading (forthcoming from Oxford University Press).

Eleanor Kaufman is a fellow at the Society for the Humanities at Cornell University. She is the coeditor of Deleuze and Guattari: New Mappings in Politics, Philosophy, and Culture.

Juliet Mitchell is a member of the International Psychoanalytical Association and a practicing psychoanalyst. She is an A. D. White Professor-at-Large, Cornell University, and a lecturer in Gender Studies, Cambridge University, where she is also a fellow of Jesus College.

Petar Ramadanovic teaches in the English Department at Florida Atlantic University. He is coeditor with Linda Belau of Trauma and Forgetting, forthcoming from Stanford University Press.

Herman Rapaport is Helen DeRoy Professor of English at Wayne State University. He is the author of Between the Sign and the Gaze and Is There Truth in Art?

Angelika Rauch is an adjunct assistant professor in the English Department at Wayne State University, a psychoanalyst in training at the Michigan Psychoanalytic Institute, and the author of The Hieroglyph of Tradition (forthcoming from Fairleigh Dickinson University Press).

Laurie Sieverts Snyder is a photographer and professor at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, Maryland, and a summer resident of Ithaca, New York.

Lyndsey Stonebridge teaches literature in the School of English and American Studies at the University of East Anglia, United Kingdom. She is the author of The Destructive Element: British Psychoanalysis and Modernism (1998) and the editor (with John Phillips) of Reading Melanie Klein (1998).


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