CONTRIBUTORS
BONNIE BURNS
received her doctorate in English from Tufts University and is Di-
rector of Writing for The Charles Hamilton Houston Enrichment Program at New
England School of Law.
STEVEN COHAN
is Professor of English at Syracuse University, where he teaches
film, gender studies, and narrative theory. His most recent books are
The Road
Movie
Book
(1997), which he coedited with Ina Rae Hark, and
Masked Men: Mascu-
linity and the
Movies in
the Fifties (1997).
ALEXANDER DOTY
teaches film and popular culture at Lehigh University. He
has written
Making Things Perfectly Queer: Interpreting Mass Culture
(1993) and
coedited
Out
in
Culture: Lesbian, Gay and Queer Essays
on
Popular Culture
(also
published by Duke University Press, 1995). He is currently tackling some cherished
film warhorses in the forthcoming book
Flaming Classics.
LEE EDELMAN
is Professor of English at Tufts University. He is the author of
Transmemberment of Song: Hart Crane's Anatomies of Rhetoric and Desire
(1987) and
Homographesis: Essays
in
Gay Literary and Cultural Theory
(1994). He is currently
completing work on two books:
Hollywood's Anal Compulsion
(which will include
the essay in this volume) and No
Future: Queer Theory and the Death
Drive.
JIM ELLIS
teaches film and English literature at the University of Calgary. An
essay on Derek Jarman's
The War Requiem
appears in
The Work of Opera,
edited by
Richard Dellamora and Daniel Fischlin.
MICHELLE ELLERAY
is a doctoral candidate in the English department at Cornell
University. She is working on gender, sexuality, and settler identity in Australia
and New Zealand.
ELLIS HANSON
teaches in the English department at Cornell University. He is the
author of
Decadence and Catholicism
(1997), and his book, Cruising
the Screen,
on
queer theory and film, is forthcoming from Duke University Press.
D. A. MILLER
teaches English and comparative literature at Columbia University.
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