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Notes on Contributors


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Notes on Contributors

G. THOMAS TANSELLE, Vice President of the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation and Adjunct Professor of English at Columbia University, is currently president of the Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia, which published a volume of his essays, Literature and Artifacts, in 1998.

ANDREW GALLOWAY is Associate Professor of English and Medieval Studies at Cornell University, and the author of numerous articles on Piers Plowman and other texts from early- and late-medieval England. Currently editor of The Yearbook of Langland Studies, he is completing in collaboration with four other scholars an annotation of Piers Plowman based on the Athlone editions.

JOSEPH A. DANE is book review editor of Huntington Library Quarterly and the author of Who is Buried in Chaucer's Tomb?—Studies in the History of the Reception of Chaucer's Book (1998) and articles in recent issues of PBSA, The Library, and Gutenberg- Jahrbuch.

ALEXANDRA GILLESPIE, a DPhil candidate at Oxford University, will begin a three-year Junior Research Fellowship at Balliol College, Oxford, in October 2000. Her research focuses on the transmission of the poems of Lydgate and Chaucer into print from 1476 to 1579, and she has articles forthcoming in Medievalia and Journal of the Early Book Society.

DANIEL W. MOSSER is Associate Professor of English at Virginia Tech and Director of CATH (The Center for Applied Technologies in the Humanities). He is completing a Catalogue of the Manuscripts and Pre-1500 Editions of the Canterbury Tales and has published “Witness Descriptions” on the Canterbury Tales Project's CD-ROM editions of The Wife of Bath's Prologue and The General Prologue (Cambridge University Press). He is co-editor (with Ernest W. Sullivan II and Michael Saffle) of the forthcoming proceedings volume from the 1996 International Conference on Watermarks in Roanoke, Virginia (Oak Knoll Press).

PETER ROLFE MONKS (56 Bertel Crescent, Chapman, ACT 2611, Australia) graduated B.A. at Annhurst College, Connecticut, M.A. at Northwestern University and Ph.D. at Melbourne University. He is a manuscript and art historian. Among his works are accounts of the history, iconography and textual relationships of a translation of Suso's Horologium Sapientiæ, now preserved in Brussels, Bibliothèque Royale Albert Ier, MS. IV 111 (1990). He has also published widely on a mid-fifteenth-century Parisian artist, the Master of Jean Rolin II. Dr. Monks co-edited a collection of papers in hon-


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our of the eminent Australian codicologist and manuscript bibliographer, Professor Emeritus Academician Keith Val Sinclair (1993).

ADRIAN WEISS currently serves as an Associate General Editor and Bibliographical Consultant for the forthcoming Oxford University Press The Works of Thomas Middleton, as Editor of Middleton's The Ant and the Nightingale in that volume, and as a contributor to the companion volume of essays. Two earlier papers published in Studies in Bibliography (“Shared Printing” and “Identifying Unknown Printers”) were awarded the first “Fredson Bowers Memorial Prize for Distinguished Essay on Textual Scholarship” (1993) by the Society for Textual Scholarship.

LAURIE E. MAGUIRE is Fellow of Magdalen College and University Lecturer, Oxford. She is the author of Shakespearean Suspect Texts (Cambridge University Press, 1996), and co-editor (with Thomas L. Berger) of Textual Formations and Reformations (Associated University Presses, 1998).

JAMES E. MAY, Associate Professor of English at Penn State University's DuBois Campus, is writing a descriptive bibliography of Edward Young (to 1775) and preparing articles on the publication history of and textual revisions to Tobias Smollett's Complete History of England and its Continuation.

DAVID CHANDLER has just been appointed to a lectureship at Kyoto University. In collaboration with Ruriko Suzuki he has published a translation of selected poems by Kenji Miyazawa (An Asura in Spring, 1999), and he has annotated a forthcoming selection of William Hazlitt's essays for Penguin. He has published many articles on various aspects of the Romantic Period.

NICHOLAS A. JOUKOVSKY is Associate Professor of English at the Pennsylvania State University. His two-volume edition of The Letters of Thomas Love Peacock will be published later this year by Oxford University Press.

GILLIAN KYLES, a rare book dealer, spent several years working in private collections: the Abbey Collection of Aquatint and Lithography owned by Paul Mellon; the ornithology collection amassed by H. Bradley Martin; and the Edward Gorey Collection formed by Converse Massey DuLaney. She was Fredson Bowers's editorial assistant on the CEAA edition of Stephen Crane and for two years was his assistant at Studies in Bibliography. In the trade she has worked for Seven Gables and spent six years at Swann Galleries as one of the two senior cataloguers. She is presently at Franklin Gilliam:: Rare Books in Charlottesville, Virginia.

ARTHUR SHERBO continues to grub in the periodicals. His “Contributions to the Canon and Text of Padraic Colum's Writings” recently appeared in PBSA. The present article is another instance of grubbing.

DAVID L. VANDER MEULEN is Professor of English at the University of Virginia. He currently is preparing a publishing history and descriptive bibliography of the writings of Alexander Pope and an account of the work of the book designer and illustrator Warren Chappell.