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Notes on Contributors Tim DeJong works as a Lecturer in the English Department at Baylor University. His research interests include modernist studies, aesthetics, affect theory, and 20th-century American poetry. He has published essays in College Literature, Research in African Literatures, Texas Studies in Literature and Language,and English Studies in Canada. His first book, a study of hope and aesthetic utility in modernist literature, is forthcoming in 2020 in Routledge’s Studies in Twentieth-Century Literature series. Tobias Harris is a PhD candidate at Birkbeck College, University of London. His research interests are in Irish and European modernism and he is completing a thesis on Brian O’Nolan under the supervision of Dr. Joseph Brooker. Tobias is the winner of the ‘Best essay-length study on a Brian O’Nolan theme (2015–16)’ prize for ‘The Catastrophe of Cliché: Karl Kraus, Cruiskeen Lawn, and the Culture Industry,’ published in The Parish Review: Journal of Flann O’Brien Studies 3.2 (Spring 2016). He has also published a review in the James Joyce Broadsheet and has most recently published a translation of ‘Pisa Bec Oc Parnabus: Extractum O Bhark I bPragrais le Briain O Nuallain’ in The Parish Review 4.1 (Spring 2018). Victoria Stewart is Reader in Modern and Contemporary Literature at http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Modernist Cultures Edinburgh University Press

Notes on Contributors

Modernist Cultures , Volume 14 (2): 1 – May 1, 2019

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Edinburgh University Press
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2041-1022
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1753-8629
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10.3366/mod.2019.0246
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Abstract

Tim DeJong works as a Lecturer in the English Department at Baylor University. His research interests include modernist studies, aesthetics, affect theory, and 20th-century American poetry. He has published essays in College Literature, Research in African Literatures, Texas Studies in Literature and Language,and English Studies in Canada. His first book, a study of hope and aesthetic utility in modernist literature, is forthcoming in 2020 in Routledge’s Studies in Twentieth-Century Literature series. Tobias Harris is a PhD candidate at Birkbeck College, University of London. His research interests are in Irish and European modernism and he is completing a thesis on Brian O’Nolan under the supervision of Dr. Joseph Brooker. Tobias is the winner of the ‘Best essay-length study on a Brian O’Nolan theme (2015–16)’ prize for ‘The Catastrophe of Cliché: Karl Kraus, Cruiskeen Lawn, and the Culture Industry,’ published in The Parish Review: Journal of Flann O’Brien Studies 3.2 (Spring 2016). He has also published a review in the James Joyce Broadsheet and has most recently published a translation of ‘Pisa Bec Oc Parnabus: Extractum O Bhark I bPragrais le Briain O Nuallain’ in The Parish Review 4.1 (Spring 2018). Victoria Stewart is Reader in Modern and Contemporary Literature at

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