Number 3, 2010
Howard Finn teaches literature and aesthetics at Queen Mary, University of London. He has published on cinema and modernism, including several articles on Dorothy Richardson. He contributed a Richardson-related essay to the recent Cambridge Companion to the Modernist Novel.
Francesca Frigerio received her PhD in English Literature from the University of Milan. In 2004, she was awarded a post-doctoral fellowship with the Italian Academy for Advanced Studies at Columbia University. She has published several articles on Lewis Carroll, James Joyce, Dorothy Richardson, Rebecca West and a monograph on Richardson (Quando le parole cantano. La scrittura musicale di Dorothy Richardson, Aracne 2010). Her current research interests are focused on literature and the visual arts: she is the co-editor of Strange Sisters. Literature and Aesthetics in Ninteneeth Century (Peter Lang, 2009) and is working on a project on the cultural history of the portrait in the twentieth-century. She is also a member of the editorial board of the Literary London Journal.
Florence Marie-Laverrou is a senior lecturer at the University of Pau et les Pays de l'Adour (France). She defended her thesis on J.C. Powys in Decembre 2003 and since then she has published several articles on his Wessex novels and on other modernist writers (Dorothy Richardson in particular).
María Francisca Llantada Díaz studied English Philology at the University of Santiago de Compostela and then became a lecturer at the University of Zaragoza, where she taught for six years and defended her PhD thesis on Dorothy M. Richardson in 2005. Since 2006 she has been a lecturer at the English Department of the University of Vigo. She is the author of Form and Meaning in Dorothy M. Richardson’s Pilgrimage (Heidelberg: Winter, 2007), as well as a number of articles on Dorothy Richardson published in various international journals. Some of the papers published recently include ‘An Analysis of Poetic and Cinematic Features in Dorothy M. Richardson’s Pilgrimage’, English Studies. A Journal of English Language and Literature, ‘Proust’s traces on Dorothy Richardson’, Etudes britanniques contemporaines, ‘Dorothy Richardson’s “The Garden” as an amplification of a recurrent epiphanic moment in Pilgrimage’, ZAA Zeitschrift für Anglistik und Americanistik. A Quarterly of Language, Literature and Culture and ‘The Quest Myth and Quakerism in Dorothy M. Richardson’s Pilgrimage’, New Myth Journal.
George H. Thomson taught English at the University of Ottawa, Wayne State and Mount Allison. He is the author of the Fiction of E. M. Forster (Wayne State, 1967) and articles on Conrad, Forster, Golding, Homer, Strugis, and others, Since retiring in 1989, he was been entirely committed to working on Dorothy Richardson. He is the author of A Reader’s Guide to Dorothy Richardson’s ‘Pilgrimage’ (1996), Notes on ‘Pilgrimage’ (1999,) and two ebooks: with Dorothy F. Thomson, The Editions of Dorothy Richardson's Pilgrimage: A Comparison of Texts (ELT Press, 2001) an ebook designed and edited by Kelly Cunningham; and Dorothy Richardson A Calendar of Letters (2007).
Bryony Randall is Lecturer in English Literature at the University of Glasgow. She is the author of Modernism, Daily Time and Everyday Life (Cambridge University Press, 2007); her other publications include articles on Gertrude Stein, George Egerton, Stevie Smith, and H.D.
Yvonne Wong is a third-year doctoral candidate in the Department of English at the University of Durham. She is also a contributor to the Routledge Annotated Bibliography of English Studies.
Juliet Yates is currently researching her PhD thesis, ‘Showing Her Hand: a critical representation of the hand in Dorothy Richardson’s Pilgrimage’ at Keele University.