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  1. Dana Elisabeth Allingham, Esquimalt Secondary School, Victoria, British Columbia
  2. Philip V. Allingham, Contributing Editor, Faculty of Education, Lakehead University, Canada
  3. Josef L. Altholz, Professor of History, University of Minnesota
  4. Joan Z. Anderson, Faculty Member, Saint Patrick's High School, Thunder Bay, Ontario
  5. Linda Austin, Assistant Professor of English,
  6. Richard Austin
  7. Robert Avery
  8. Jacqueline Banerjee, Department of English, Kobe College, Nishinomiya, Japan
  9. Hamilton Beck PhD, American Academy of Foreign Languages, Moscow, Russia
  10. David R. Blackmore, DPhil
  11. Peter Blackwell (Brown Ph.D. '88), Rhode Island School for the Deaf [blackwell@powerres.com]
  12. Marjie Bloy, Ph.D.
  13. Peter Bolt, UK
  14. Bonhams Ltd, London
  15. Anthea Brook
  16. Chris Brown, Centre for Lifelong Learning, University of of Newcastle-upon-Tyne
  17. Jerome Bump, Professor of English, University of Texas at Austin
  18. Sally Burges
  19. Quincy Guy Burris
  20. Elvira Casal, Middle Tennessee State University
  21. Carmen Casaliggi, PhD, Lecturer, School of European Culture and Languages, University of Kent
  22. Paul Cava Fine Art
  23. Deniz Tarba Ceylan, Ankara, Turkey
  24. Chen Guozhi, National Institute of Education, Singapore
  25. Nathalie Chevalier, Paris
  26. Professor Ernest Chew, National University of Singapore
  27. Chin Liew Ten, Professor of Philosophy, National University of Singapore
  28. David Clifford, Cambridge University
  29. William A. Cohen, University of Maryland
  30. Julie Codell, Professor of Art, Arizonia State University
  31. David Cody, Assistant Professor of English, Hartwick College
  32. Bruce M. Coleman, Professor of Architecture, Syracuse University
  33. E. L. Core, Pittsburgh
  34. Dr. J. M. Cross, L.R.P.S.
  35. Joachim Dagg, Abteilung für Entomologie, Institut für Phytopathologie und Pflanzenschutz, Göttingen
  36. Roy Davids
  37. Terence Dawson, Senior Lecturer, National University of Singapore
  38. David J. DeLaura, Professor of English Emeritus, University of Pennsylvania
  39. Glen Downey, English Department, University of British Columbia
  40. Susan Drain, Chair, English Department, Mount Saint Vincent University
  41. Alfred J. Drake, Ph. D.
  42. Glenn Everett, Associate Professor of English, University of Tennessee at Martin
  43. Ross Eddington, Department of Government, University of Queensland, Australia
  44. Jim Endersby, Adrian Research Fellow, Darwin College Cambridge
  45. Professor Robert Ellison, East Texas Baptist University
  46. Peter Evans
  47. Stuart Feinstein, MD, Poughkeepsie, NY
  48. The Fine Art Society, London
  49. C. Stephen Finley, Professor of English, Haverford College
  50. Nick Fisher, Director, Cultural History, University of Aberdeen [n.fisher@abdn.ac.uk]
  51. Robert Fletcher, Assistant Professor, West Chester University
  52. D. O. Forfar, MA, FFA, FSS, FIMA, CMath
  53. Galen R. Frysinger
  54. Aileen Fyfe, Department of History, National University of Ireland, Galway
  55. Barbara T. Gates, Alumni Distinguished Professor of English, University of Delaware
  56. Matthew E. Gallegos, Texas Technological University
  57. Richard L. Goerwitz III, University of Chicago
  58. Matthew Mulligan Goldstein, University of Texas [mmg@mail.utexas.edu]
  59. Anthony Guneratne
  60. Elaine Hadley, Assistant Professor of English and the Humanities, University of Chicago
  61. Christopher Haley, History and Philosophy of Science, Cambridge University
  62. David C. Hanson, Southeastern Louisiana University
  63. Chris Haley, History & Philosophy of Science, Cambridge University
  64. Samuel Carter Hall
  65. Gil Haroian-Guerin, Indep. Scholar
  66. John Harrington [pooh_@hotmail.com]
  67. Beth Harris, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Fashion Institute of Technology, State University of New York
  68. Anthony H. Harrison, Propfessor of English, North Carolina State University
  69. Thomas E. Hart
  70. Malcolm Haslam
  71. Elizabeth K. Helsinger, University of Chicago
  72. Anna Hemberger, Gustavus Adolphus College
  73. Peter Heywood, Professor of Biology, Brown University
  74. Department of Educational and Staff Development, University of Paisley (Scotland)
  75. Kate Hext, Centre for Research in Victorian Studies, School of English University of Exeter
  76. Mary M. Husemann, Visiting Assistant Professor, U of South Carolina
  77. Dr Alexander Hutchison, Department of Educational and Staff Development, University of Paisley (Scotland)
  78. Nursel Icoz, Professor of English Language and Literature, Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey
  79. Audrey Jaffe, Associate Professor of English, the Ohio State Universit
  80. E. D. H. Johnson, Holmes Professor of Belles Lettres, Princeton University
  81. Nicholas Johnson, Isle of Wight College (UK)
  82. Toni Johnson-Woods, English Department, University of Queensland
  83. Dr. Roy H. W. Johnston, Techne Associates
  84. Ian Johnston, Research Associate, Malaspina University-College, Canada
  1. Hugh Jones, Canada
  2. Suzanne Keen, Assistant Professor of English, Washington and Lee University
  3. James E. Keenan
  4. Richard Kelly, Lindsay Young Professor of English at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville
  5. Valerie Kennedy, Faculty of Humanities and Letters, Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey
  6. James R. Kincaid, Aerol Arnold Professor of English, University of Southern California
  7. Meltem Kiran-Raw, Lecturer in English, Department of American Literature and Culture, Baskent University
  8. Matthew Koyle
  9. Julia Kuehn, Assistant Lecturer in English, University of Hong Kong
  10. Anthony Lake, Faculty of Humanities and Letters, Bilkent University
  11. George P. Landow, Professor of English and Art History, Brown University
  12. Timothy Larsen, Associate Professor of Theology, Wheaton College, Illinois; Professor of Church History, Tyndale Seminary, Toronto;
  13. Mark Samuels Lasner, President William Morris Society
  14. Béatrice Laurent, Faculté des Lettres et Sciences Humaines, Université d'Avignon et des Pays de Vauclause
  15. Karoline Leach, Independent Scholar
  16. Andrew Leng, Lecturer, Nanyang Technical University, Singapore; later Assistant Professor, University Schoolars Programme, National University of Singapore
  17. London Photos
  18. Tim Linnell
  19. Mitsuharu Matsuoka, Faculty of Language and Culture, Nagoya University, Japan
  20. Deborah McDonald, Ind. Scholar
  21. John McDonnell
  22. Teresa de Ataìde Malafaia, Faculty of Letters, University of Lisbon
  23. Rocky Malerbo, Pittsburgh, Pennyslvania
  24. Paul Mersh, Strood, Rochester, Kent [pemersh@tagteacher.net]
  25. Sally Mitchell, Professor of English, Temple University
  26. John Guile Millais
  27. Ellen Moody, George Mason University
  28. Hilary Morgan
  29. Peter Morton, Flinders University of South Australia
  30. Felix Moses, Associate Professor, Madras Christian College (Chennai, South-India)
  31. Phil Mottram
  32. Peter Nahum
  33. Christopher S. Nassaar, Professor of English Literature, American University of Beirut
  34. Christopher Newall
  35. Peter Nockolds, Independent Scholar (UK)
  36. Joan Nunn
  37. D.P. O'Connor, MA
  38. Constance J. Ostrowski, Asociate Professor, Schenectady County Community College
  39. Martin Packer
  40. Dora Panayotova, Germany
  41. Linda H. Peterson, Professor of English, Yale University
  42. Dale H. Porter, Professor of History and Humanities, Western Michican University
  43. Brandon Posvar, Temple High School, Temple, Texas
  44. Edward B. Powley
  45. Stephen Prickett, Regius Professor, University of Glasgow
  46. Jennifer Queree, Senior Curator, History at the Canterbury Museum, Christchurch, New Zealand
  47. P. Neil Ralley
  48. Allan J. Rands
  49. David Rands, M.D.
  50. F. Redfern
  51. Patrick Regan
  52. Joan Richards, Associate Professor of History, Brown University
  53. Herbert J. Rosengarten, Formerly, Head of the Department of English, University of British Columbia (Canada)
  54. Ray Sacks (UK)
  55. Jessica Amanda Salmonson
  56. Paul Sawyer, Professor of English, Cornell University
  57. Steve Sawyer
  58. Richard A. Schindler, Associate Professor of Art, Allegheny College
  59. Peter Shillingsburg, Professor of English, De Montfort University (UK)
  60. Richard A. Schindler, Associate Professor of Art History, Allegheny College
  61. Herbert Schlossberg, Senior Research Fellow, Ethics and Public Policy Center, Washington, D.C.
  62. Lesa Scholl MPhil, University of Queensland
  63. Helen J. Seaton
  64. James Sexton, Ph.D., Department of English, Camosun College, Victoria, and Research Fellow and Adjunct Professor at the University of Victoria
  65. Peter L. Shillingsburg, Professor of English, DeMonfort University (UK)
  66. Nobuko Shimazu, University of Osaka
  67. Rosemary Michelle Simpson
  68. James Skipper
  69. Gregory J. Slater, Independent Scholar
  70. Charles H. Smith, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Western Kentucky University
  71. Grahame Smith, Professor of English,University of Stirling
  72. Jim Spates, Professor of Sociology, Hobart and William Smith College
  73. Peyton Skipwith, Fine Art Society, London
  74. Grahame Smith, Professor of English at the University of Stirling
  75. Jim Spates, Hobart and William Smith Colleges
  76. Robin Spencer
  77. Michael Steig, Professor of English Emeritus, Simon Fraser Universit
  78. Kathryn B. Stockton, Associate Professor, University of Utah
  79. Susan Stuart, Department of Accounting, Economics and Languages, University of Paisley (Scotland)
  80. Dick Sullivan
  81. Robert Sullivan, Ph D
  82. Pat Tempest
  83. Will Thackara, The Theosophical Society, Pasadena [tupress@aol.com]
  84. Chin Liew Ten, Professor of Philosophy, National University of Singapore
  85. Dr. Gilles Teulié, Université de Provence
  86. Marianne Thormahlen, University of Lund, Sweden
  87. Julia Touché, Anglistisches Seminar, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz, Germany
  88. Derek Traversi
  89. Larry K. Uffelman, Professor of English, Mansfield University
  90. Joseph Ugoretz, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Borough of Manhattan Community College, The City University of New York
  91. Chris R. Vanden Bossche, Professor of English, University of Notre Dame
  92. Cecilia Wadsö, Department of English, Lund University
  93. Clive Wainwright
  94. Debra G. Waller, Leeds Metropolitan University, UK
  95. Tamara S. Wagner, National University of Singapore/University of Cambridge
  96. Basil Walsh, West Palm Beach, Florida
  97. Bill Waters
  98. Gordon Weaver
  99. John van Wyhe, History & Philosophy of Science, Cambridge University
  100. John Whalen-Bridge, Assistant Professor, National University of Singapore
  101. Kevin Williams, M. Th., [dikw@warthog.ru.ac.za], Department of Religion and Theology, Rhodes University (South Africa)
  102. Don Wilmeth, Chair, Deptartment of Theatre, Speech & Dance, Brown University
  103. David Wilson, Isle of Man
  104. Hugh Witemeyer, Professor of English, University of New Mexico
  105. Helena Wojtczak, Independent Scholar (Hastings, UK)
  106. Anthony S. Wohl, Professor of History, Vassar College
  107. Alison Womble
  108. Susan Zieger, Postdoctoral Fellow, Stanford University

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