contributors
nicholas allen,
an associate professor of English at the University of North
Carolina, Chapel Hill, is author of George Russell (AE) and the New Ireland, 1905–30
(2003) and coeditor with Aaron Kelly of The Cities of Belfast (2003). He is also editor
of the poet Gerald Dawe’s collected essays, The Proper Word: Ireland, Poetry, Politics
(2007), and is finishing a book on Irish postrevolutionary literature and art of the
1920s and 1930s.
rita barnard
is a professor of English and director of the Women’s Studies
Program and the Alice Paul Center for Research on Women, Gender, and Sexuality
at the University of Pennsylvania. She is the author of The Great Depression and the
Culture of Abundance (1995) and Apartheid and Beyond: South African Writers and the
Politics of Place (2007), as well as numerous articles on twentieth-century literature
and popular culture.
richard begam,
a professor of English at the University of Wisconsin, Madi-
son, is a former editor of The Beckett Circle (1996–99) and the author of Samuel Beckett
and the End of Modernity (1996). He has published articles on modernism and postco-
lonialism and is currently working on a book entitled Beckett’s Philosophical Levity.
nicholas daly
is a professor in the School of English and Drama at University
College Dublin, where he is Chair of Modern English and American Literature. He
is author of Modernism, Romance, and the Fin de Siècle (1999) and Literature, Technology
and Modernity, 1860–2000 (2004), as well as articles on late Victorian and early
modern literature.
maria dibattista,
a professor of English and Comparative Literature at
Princeton University, has written widely on modern narrative and film. Her books
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