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Notes on Contributors STEPHEN AHERN is Professor of English at Acadia University. His work on the cultural politics of emotion in the eighteenth century includes two recent Atlantic, 1770–1830 (2013), and Affected books, Affect and Abolition in the Anglo-​­ Sensibilities: Romantic Excess and the Genealogy of the Novel, 1680–1810 (2007). Under contract is a new book project entitled “Affect Theory and Literary Critical Practice: A Feel for the Text.” KATIE BARCLAY is a Discovery Early Research Career Researcher Award (DECRA) Fellow in the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions, University of Adelaide. She is the author of the award-​ ­winning Love, Intimacy and Power: Marriage and Patriarchy in Scotland, 1650–1850 (2011), as well as numerous articles on emotion and family life. This essay arises from a recently completed project on representations of the family in the British press and how they shaped an “emotional public.” MICHAEL EDSON is Assistant Professor of English at the University of Wyoming. His articles have appeared in European Romantic Review, Journal for ­Eighteenth-​­Century Studies, and Studies in the Literary Imagination. His edited collection, Annotation in Eighteenth-Century Poetry, will be published in 2017. His essay in this special issue derives from a http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Eighteenth Century University of Pennsylvania Press

Notes on Contributors

The Eighteenth Century , Volume 58 (3) – Sep 29, 2017

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STEPHEN AHERN is Professor of English at Acadia University. His work on the cultural politics of emotion in the eighteenth century includes two recent Atlantic, 1770–1830 (2013), and Affected books, Affect and Abolition in the Anglo-​­ Sensibilities: Romantic Excess and the Genealogy of the Novel, 1680–1810 (2007). Under contract is a new book project entitled “Affect Theory and Literary Critical Practice: A Feel for the Text.” KATIE BARCLAY is a Discovery Early Research Career Researcher Award (DECRA) Fellow in the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions, University of Adelaide. She is the author of the award-​ ­winning Love, Intimacy and Power: Marriage and Patriarchy in Scotland, 1650–1850 (2011), as well as numerous articles on emotion and family life. This essay arises from a recently completed project on representations of the family in the British press and how they shaped an “emotional public.” MICHAEL EDSON is Assistant Professor of English at the University of Wyoming. His articles have appeared in European Romantic Review, Journal for ­Eighteenth-​­Century Studies, and Studies in the Literary Imagination. His edited collection, Annotation in Eighteenth-Century Poetry, will be published in 2017. His essay in this special issue derives from a

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