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  • Theresa  Jamieson

    t.l.jamieson@2008.hull.ac.uk -- University of Hull

    PhD Student (University of Hull). Research specialisms: Neo-Victorian fiction, Contemporary Women's Writing, Victorian Literature.

  • Hope  Jennings

    hope.jennings@wright.edu -- Wright State University

    Hope Jennings holds a a Ph.D. in English from the University of St. Andrews for a thesis on the fiction of Angela Carter. Her research examines myth and gender in contemporary women’s writing, feminist science fiction and utopia/dystopia, genre studies, feminist theory and postmodern literature. Essays and criticism have appeared in Journal of Contemporary Literature, Margaret Atwood Studies, Interdisciplinary Humanities, Angela Carter: New Critical Readings (Continuum), and The Universal Vampire Series, Vol. 2: The Hip and the Atavistic: Images of the Modern Vampire (Farleigh Dickinson University Press).

  • Tsui-fen  Jiang

    jiang@nccu.edu.tw -- NationalChengchi University

    Professor of English

  • Mary  Joannou

    m.joannou@apu.ac.uk -- Anglia Ruskin University

    Professor in English and Women's Studies at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge. She is the author of 'Ladies, Please Don't Smash These Windows': Women's Writing, Feminism and Social Change 1918-1938 (1995) and Contemporary Women's Writing: From The Golden Notebook to The Color Purple (2000). She has edited a volume of essays on British Women Writers of the 1930s and co-edited a volume of essays on the women's suffrage movement with June Purvis and a festschrift to Margot Heinemann with David Margolies as well as a critical edition of Ellen Wilkinson's novel, Clash with Ian Haywood. Her research interests are in late Victorian and early twentieth-century women's writing, the 1930s, the literature and history of the women's suffrage movement, working-class writing, and autobiography.

  • Stephanie  Jones

    stj10@aber.ac.uki -- Aberystwyth University

    PhD student at Aberystwyth University. Studying Christine Brooke-Rose and experimental British fiction.

  • Carole  Jones

    caroleljones@gmail.com -- University of Edinburgh

    I teach literature in Edinburgh and my main research area is contemporary Scottish fiction.

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