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Notes on Contributors

G. Thomas Tanselle is Vice President of the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation and Adjunct Professor of English at Columbia University. A new collectin of his essays, entitled Literature and Artifacts, will be published by the Society this year.

Conor Fahy is Emeritus Professor of Italian in the University of London. He has published widely on Italian Renaissance printing. His edition of the first Italian printers' manual, Z. Campanini, Istruzioni pratiche ad un novello capo-stampa, 1789, has recently appeared.

Joseph A. Dane is the author of Who is Buried in Chaucer's Tomb?--Studies in the Reception of Chaucer's Book (1998) and bibliographical studies in recent and forthcoming issues of Gutenberg Jahrbuch, Huntington Library Quarterly, The Library, PBSA, and Scriptorium.

Anne Middleton teaches in the English Department at the University of California, Berkeley. Piers Plowman is the focus of her work, which currently concerns the intersections of governmental and clerical institutions with literary cultures of later fourteenth-century England.

Laurie E. Maguire is Associate Professor of English at the University of Ottawa. She is the author of Shakespearean Suspect Texts: The 'Bad' Quartos and their Contexts (Cambridge University Press, 1996) and of several articles on textual and feminist issues in early modern drama.

David L. Gants is Assistant Professor of English at the University of Georgia, where he teaches courses in Humanities Computing and the Literature of the English Renaissance. He is the Electronic Editor of the Cambridge University Press Works of Ben Jonson and co-director of the Georgia On-line Teaching Initiative, a project supporting the integration of emerging technologies with traditional pedagogies.

Mark Bland received his doctorate from the University of Oxford in 1995. He works on the printing-house of John Windet and William Stansby, and the textual and bibliographical problems involved in editing Jonson. He has recently been appointed Rare Books Librarian at Stanford University Library.

James McLaverty, Lecturer in English at the University of Keele, held a Fellowship at the Centre for the Book, British Library, in 1997. He is working on a study of Pope, print, and meaning, and preparing the late David Fleeman's bibliography of Samuel Johnson for the press.

B.J. McMullin is a Reader in the Department of Librarianship, Archives and Records, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia. He is preparing


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bibliographies of the Oxford and Cambridge Bible Presses in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.

Judith Milhous is Distinguished Professor of Theatre in the Ph.D. Program in Theatre, City University of New York, Graduate Center. She is currently at work on Volume II of Italian Opera in Late Eighteenth-Century London (Oxford University Press).

Robert D. Hume is Evan Pugh Professor of English Literature at the Pennsylavania State University. His most recent book, Reconstructing Contexts: The Aims and Principles of Archaeo-Historicism, is forthcoming shortly from Oxford University Press.

Mark L. Reed is Lineberger Professor in the Humanities, emeritus, at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. He is Associate Editor of The Cornell Wordsworth, and is working on a "Soho" bibliography of Wordsworth.

Emily Lorraine de Montluzin is Professor of History at Francis Marion University in Florence, South Carolina. She is the author of The Anti-Jacobins, 1798-1800: The Early Contributors to the "Anti-Jacobin Review" (1988) as well as two electronic books, Attributions of Authorship in the Gentleman's Magazine, 1731-1868: A Supplement to Kuist, and Attributions of Authorship in the Gentleman's Magazine, 1731-1768: A Synthesis of Finds Appearing neither in Kuist's Nichols File nor in de Montluzin's Supplement To Kuist (both published by the Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia, 1997).

Shawn St. Jean is a Teaching Fellow at Kent State University, where he is completing his doctoral dissertation on Theodore Dreiser and paganism. He has published articles on Dreiser, Joyce, Thoreau, and American gangster films. His current research involves theories of electronic critical editions.

John T. Shawcross is Professor Emeritus of English, University of Kentucky. His forthcoming bibliography of John Milton's works and Miltoniana for 1624-1799 revises and extends his former seventeenth-century compilation.


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