Deborah Lutz

Deborah Lutz, the Thruston B. Morton Endowed Chair at the University of Louisville, is the author of five books, including Victorian Paper Art and Craft: Writers and their Materials (Oxford UP, 2023); The Brontë Cabinet: Three Lives in Nine Objects (Norton, 2015); and Relics of Death in Victorian Literature and Culture (Cambridge UP, 2015). She … Continue reading Deborah Lutz

Sana Abdi

Sana Abdi is an Assistant Professor of French and Francophone Studies at Connecticut College. She earned her Ph.D. in French from the University of Virginia. Her current book project Arabic at the heart of French: Linguistic and Literary Expressions considers the ways in which Arabic, textually and intertextually, permeates the French verse in North African … Continue reading Sana Abdi

Lorenzo Servitje

Lorenzo Servitje is associate professor of literature and medicine, with a dual appointment in the Department of English and the Health, Medicine, and Society program at Lehigh University which he currently directs. He holds a PhD in English from the University of California Riverside and a Master in Public Health at Dartmouth’s Geisel School of … Continue reading Lorenzo Servitje

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

Pamela Gilbert

Pamela Gilbert is the Albert Brick Professor of English at the University of Florida. Her most recent book, Victorian Skin: Surface, Self, History, focuses on the history of the body, medicine, and realism in the nineteenth century, with special attention to skin and surface. She has written several works related to the history of the … Continue reading Pamela Gilbert