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Elizabeth Dinneny is a PhD student in English at the University of Maryland, College Park and co-project manager of the Dickinson Electronic Archives. Her research considers how literary representations of haunted structures and bodies register crises of gender, sexuality, and family in history. Contact her with ghost tour recommendations via email at edinneny@umd.edu

 

Jeannette Schollaert is co-project manager of the Dickinson Electronic Archives. She is a PhD candidate in English at the University of Maryland, College Park. Her dissertation, tentatively titled “Censors and Shouts: Technologies of Abortion in American Fiction,” uses ecocriticism, feminist science studies, and the medical humanities to explore the role of herbal abortifacients in American literary history. She can be reached by email at jes5@umd.edu, and she rarely checks her twitter @jeschollaert. 

 

Margaret Rhee is the author of Love, Robot (The Operating System) awarded the Elgin Award by the Science Fiction Poetry Association and the Best Book of Poetry by the Asian American Studies Association. Her new media art projects include The Kimchi Poetry Machine exhibited at the Electronic Literature Collection Volume 3, and the basis of her current manuscript Poetry Machines: Letters to Future Readers under review at Duke University Press. She is currently an assistant professor in the Department of Media Study at the Unviersity at Buffalo (SUNY) where she co- leads the Mellon funded Palah Light Lab, a queer and feminist new media lab focused on equity, poetry, new media art, and participation.