NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS
STEPHANIE ATHEY is Assistant Professor of English in the Department of Humanities at Lasell College.
KATHERINE BOURGUIGNON has explored artistic identity and the use of costume to define identities in her recent dissertation from the University of Pennsylvania on Henri Matisse and his female models. She currently teaches art history at the Savannah College of Art and Design.
CHRISTINE BRAUNBERGER is an assistant professor of English at Onondaga Community College in Syracuse, NY. "Sutures of Ink" is from her manuscript Stories in the Flesh: Reading Cultural Narratives of Tattooing in America. Another chapter from this work will appear Spring 2000 in the National Women's Studies Association Journal.
MOLLY HITE is Professor of English at Cornell University and the author of books and articles on contemporary and modern literature and feminist narrative, as well as two novels. She is at work on a book called Weird Woolf.
ANNAMARIE JAGOSE is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of English at the University of Melbourne and a member of the Genders Editorial Board.
TRACEY SHERARD received her Ph.D. in 1998 from Washington State University, where she currently teaches courses in composition and literature. She has published articles on the work of Virginia Woolf, Thomas Pynchon, and James Baldwin, and is preparing a book manuscript on gender and narrative theory in the twentieth-century novel.
CHRISTINA OLSON SPIESEL is a visual artist who teaches in interdisciplinary contexts - recently at Yale University, Quinnipiac Law School, and the Institute for Writing and Thinking at Bard College. Her most recent essay, titled "Female Trouble," was about Artemisia Gentileschi. It was presented at the Semiotics Society of America's meeting in October 1999 and is in press for Fall 2000. Her most recent exhibition was works on paper in Arcachon, France in the summer of 1999.