Emma McEvoy teaches in the Department of English and Linguistics, University of Westminster. Her book, Beginning Gothic (co-authored with Catherine Spooner), is forthcoming (Manchester University Press, 2007).
Anna Novakov is Associate Professor of Art History and Chair of Art and Art History at St. Mary’s College of California. Her scholarship and teaching focus on art of the modern era.
T. Novakov is a Senior Scientist in the Atmospheric Science Department, Environmental Energy Technologies Division, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
Alan Robinson is Professor of English at the University of St Gallen, Switzerland. His most recent book is Imagining London, 1770-1900 (Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004).
Susie Thomas (PhD London) studied literature at Ulster University and Royal Holloway College. She has lectured on British literature to American students in London for twenty years and has run classes on creative writing for the universities of Pittsburgh and Minnesota. She has published scholarly articles on a wide range of British Literature and a monograph on Willa Cather (Macmillan). Her most recent volume is A Reader¹s Guide to Hanif Kureishi (2005). She is currently completing a book entitled Burning Books: Encounters in the Post-war London Novel.