Matt Bell is an assistant professor in the English Department at Bridgewater
State College. His essays have appeared in glq: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay
Studies and American Literature. He is working on a book project that exposes a
tension between gay sexuality and the narrative framework of the gay libera-
tion movement.
Amanda Berry is visiting assistant professor in the Literature Department at
American University. Her research considers literary representations of the
public and publicity as they intersect with the figuration of the sexualized
body and sexual identities. Her recent work analyzes canonical British Ro-
mantic–era texts that problematize sexual expression and representation. She
is also interested in comic books and graphic novels and is working on a
manuscript about masculinity and trauma provisionally entitled No Man on
Daniel Boyarin is Hermann P. and Sophia Taubman Professor of Talmudic
Culture, Departments of Near Eastern Studies and Rhetoric, University of
California, Berkeley, and a member of the core faculty in the minor in gay and
lesbian studies. His publications include ‘‘Foucault’s History of Sexuality—
The Fourth Volume, or, a Field Left Fallow for Others to Till,’’ the introduc-
tion to a special issue of the Journal of the History of Sexuality, which he co-
edited. Other publications include Sparks of the Logos: Essays in Rabbinic Her-
meneutics (2003) and Border Lines: The Partition of Judaeo-Christianity (2004).
Judith Brown is associate professor of English at Indiana University, Bloom-
ington. Her publications include Glamour in Six Dimensions: Modernism and the
Radiance of Form (2009) and essays in Modernism/Modernity, Modernist Cul-
tures, and the Journal of Modern Literature.
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