NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS
jennifer burns bright
teaches literature, sexuality studies, and food
studies at the University of Oregon. She holds a PhD in English from the Univer-
sity of California, Irvine, and has published recently on James Joyce’s pornography
sources, early Joyce studies, and restaurant culture in America and Europe. She
is completing a manuscript on representations of masochism in early twentieth-
century pornography, medical studies, and modernist texts.
eugenie brinkemA
is an assistant professor of contemporary literature and
media at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She is the author of The Forms
of the Affects (2014), and her articles on film, violence, sexuality, and psychoanalysis
have appeared in Camera Obscura, Criticism, differences, and Discourse. She is currently
working on a project on finitude and the horror film.
josePh bristow
is a professor of English at the University of California, Los
Angeles. His recent books include an edited collection, Wilde Discoveries: Traditions,
Histories, Archives (2013), and a monograph (coauthored with Rebecca N. Mitchell),
Oscar Wilde’s Chatterton: Literary History, Romanticism, and the Art of Forgery (2014).
robert l. cAserio,
professor of English at The Pennsylvania State Univer-
sity, University Park, is the editor of The Cambridge Companion to the Twentieth- Century
English Novel (2009), and is a coeditor, with Clement Hawes, of The Cambridge His-
tory of the English Novel (2012).
ronAn crowley
is an Alexander von Humboldt postdoctoral research fellow
at the University of Passau, Germany. He received a PhD in English from the Uni-
versity at Buffalo (suny) in 2014.
tim DeAn
is a professor of English and comparative literature at the Univer-
sity at Buffalo (suny), where he is also the director of the Center for the Study
of Psychoanalysis and Culture. He is the author of Beyond Sexuality (2000) and Un-
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