About the Editors
Peter Logan is Professor of English and Director of the Center for the Humanities at Temple University, USA. He specializes in nineteenth-century British literature, critical theory, cultural theory, the history of the novel, and the history of the human sciences.
Olakunle George is Associate Professor of English and Associate Professor of Africana Studies at Brown University, USA, where he teaches courses in African literature, postcolonial studies, discourses of the black-Atlantic, and contemporary literary and cultural theory.
Susan Hegeman is Associate Professor of English at the University of Florida, USA, where she specialises in American literature, art, history and culture in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, and the theory and intellectual history of the idea of culture.
Efraín Kristal is Professor of Comparative Literature at the University of California, Los Angeles, USA, where he teaches courses on Latin American literature in comparative contexts and topics such as the theories of translation, aesthetics and Cervantes.