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  • 1 Freie Universität Berlin johannes.goerbert@fu-berlin.de
  • 2 Misericordia University rpottle@misericordia.edu
  • 3 Maynooth University jeff.morrison@nuim.ie
  • 4 University of Hyerabad, India pramodknayar@gmail.com
  • 5 University of Nottingham Dirk.Goettsche@nottingham.ac.uk
  • 6 University of Alabama lsm0015@uah.edu
  • 7 Freie Universität Berlin dorit.mueller@fu-berlin.de
  • 8 Auburn University afowler5@aum.edu
  • 9 Plymouth University Rebecca.Mills@Plymouth.ac.uk
  • 10 University of Central Florida kevin.mercer@knights.ucf.edu
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Johannes Görbert is a postdoctoral researcher at Friedrich Schlegel Graduate School for Literary Studies at Freie Universität Berlin. His research interests are travel writing, poetry, autobiography, German classicism, and modernism. E-mail: johannes.goerbert@fu-berlin.de

Russ Pottle is dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Misericordia University. He publishes research on travel and travel writing and is vice president of the International Society for Travel Writing. E-mail: rpottle@misericordia.edu

Jeff Morrison is a senior lecturer in German at Maynooth University, Republic of Ireland. His research interests include aesthetics and travel in the eighteenth century and motorcycle writing. E-mail: jeff.morrison@nuim.ie

Pramod K. Nayar of the Department of English, University of Hyderabad, India, is the author, most recently, of The Transnational in English Literature: Shakespeare to the Modern. Forthcoming work includes a five-volume set of colonial-era travelogues from India. E-mail: pramodknayar@gmail.com

Dirk Göttsche is a professor of German at the University of Nottingham. He has published on German literature and culture from the eighteenth century to the present day, including postcolonial and cross-cultural literary studies. E-mail: Dirk.Goettsche@nottingham.ac.uk

Lacy Marschalk is a lecturer in English at the University of Alabama in Huntsville. Her work is published or forthcoming in Tulsa Studies in Women’s Literature, Eighteenth-Century Fiction, and the collection Exploring Travel and Tourism: Essays on Journeys and Destinations, among other places. Her current research focuses on colonial British women’s travel writing and form. E-mail: lsm0015@uah.edu

Dorit Müller is a literary historian currently working as a research associate at Peter Szondi Institute of Comparative Literature at Freie Universität Berlin. Her research interests include travel writing, literature and mobility, spatial theory, knowledge transfer, literature and film. E-mail: dorit.mueller@fu-berlin.de

Angela Fowler is an adjunct instructor in the Department of English and Philosophy at Auburn University at Montgomery. Her research interests include cosmopolitanism and aestheticism in late nineteenth-and early twentieth-century literature. Her article “Arthur Conan Doyle’s Spiritualist British Commonwealth: ‘The great unifying force’” has recently been published in English Literature in Transition 1880–1920. E-mail: afowler5@aum.edu

Rebecca Mills is an associate lecturer at Plymouth University. She is adapting her PhD thesis “Elegy and the Geographic Imagination” into a monograph, and has published on spaces in poetry and crime fiction. E-mail: Rebecca.Mills@Plymouth.ac.uk

Kevin Mitchell Mercer is a graduate student in history at the University of Central Florida. His research focuses on ideas of countercultural place and space. E-mail: kevin.mercer@knights.ucf.edu

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