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Notes on Contributors Paul Acker is Professor of English at Saint Louis University, where he teaches Tolkien's main subjects, Old English and Old Norse. He has published "On Tolkien's Shadowfax and Old Norse Names for Horses," in Translating the Past: Essays on Medieval Literature in Honor of Marijane Osborn (Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2012). He is currently writing a book on dragons from classical myth through modern fantasy. David Bratman is coeditor of Tolkien Studies. Simon Cook is an intellectual historian. For over two decades he has studied various facets of Victorian and Edwardian scholarship, ranging from political economy through the history of historical thought and related developments in classics, anthropology, and archaeology. He is interested in the ideas of an age as yet unfragmented by modern disciplinary specializations and is especially attracted by the writings of J.R.R. Tolkien, whose imagination was singularly free of readymade ideas. He is an independent scholar and cofounder of Rounded Globe, which publishes accessible electronic scholarship. Edith L. Crowe is Faculty/Librarian Emerita at San José State University in San José, California. A Mythopoeic Society member for over 30 years, she served on its board, the Council of Stewards, for 15. She has http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Tolkien Studies West Virginia University Press

Notes on Contributors

Tolkien Studies , Volume 13 – Dec 14, 2016

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Paul Acker is Professor of English at Saint Louis University, where he teaches Tolkien's main subjects, Old English and Old Norse. He has published "On Tolkien's Shadowfax and Old Norse Names for Horses," in Translating the Past: Essays on Medieval Literature in Honor of Marijane Osborn (Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2012). He is currently writing a book on dragons from classical myth through modern fantasy. David Bratman is coeditor of Tolkien Studies. Simon Cook is an intellectual historian. For over two decades he has studied various facets of Victorian and Edwardian scholarship, ranging from political economy through the history of historical thought and related developments in classics, anthropology, and archaeology. He is interested in the ideas of an age as yet unfragmented by modern disciplinary specializations and is especially attracted by the writings of J.R.R. Tolkien, whose imagination was singularly free of readymade ideas. He is an independent scholar and cofounder of Rounded Globe, which publishes accessible electronic scholarship. Edith L. Crowe is Faculty/Librarian Emerita at San José State University in San José, California. A Mythopoeic Society member for over 30 years, she served on its board, the Council of Stewards, for 15. She has

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