Amina Gautier

Amina Gautier (she/her/hers) is Professor of English at the University of Miami and the AMUW Chair in Humanistic Studies at Marquette University. She earned her PhD in English Literature from the University of Pennsylvania, specializing in nineteenth century American literature and African American literature. Gautier is the author of four short story collections: At-Risk, Now … Continue reading Amina Gautier

Antje Anderson

Antje Anderson, Ph.D. (Rice University 1998) is professor emerita of British literature. For over two decades she was a generalist teaching English (and occasionally German) at liberal arts colleges in Pennsylvania and Nebraska; on the sidelines, she did research on British Victorian fiction, its adaptations, and its reception in Germany (her country of origin), focusing … Continue reading Antje Anderson

Jamie McDaniel

Jamie McDaniel is an Associate Professor of English at Radford University in Radford, Virginia. He is also Editor of The CEA Forum, the College English Association’s online, peer-reviewed journal devoted to pedagogy in all facets of English Studies. Jamie is an award-winning teacher and scholar who has taught a range of face-to-face and online classes … Continue reading Jamie McDaniel

Nicholas Robbins

Nicholas Robbins is Lecturer in British Art 1700-1900 at University College London, where his teaching and research focus on the scientific and ecological significance of art. He is currently working on a book, The Late Weather: Art and Climate in Nineteenth-Century Britain. An article related to this project, on John Constable and Luke Howard, was … Continue reading Nicholas Robbins

Michelle Foa

Michelle Foa is Associate Professor of Art History in the Newcomb Art Department of Tulane,where she focuses on nineteenth-century French art, visual and material culture, and criticism.She is currently at work on a book on Edgar Degas titled The Matter of Degas, and anotherresearch project explores the network of global developments that reshaped the making … Continue reading Michelle Foa

Ryan Fong

Ryan D. Fong is an associate professor of English at Kalamazoo College, teaching courses on nineteenth- and twentieth-century literatures and in the Women, Gender, and Sexuality Program. He is finishing a book manuscript titled Unsettling: Indigenous Literatures and the Work of Victorian Studies, which is under contract with SUNY Press. Work from this project has … Continue reading Ryan Fong