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Colette Colligan is a Professor of English at Simon Fraser University, where she directs the France Field School and co-directs the Digital Humanities Innovation Lab. She specializes in nineteenth and early-twentieth century literature and culture, with an emphasis on print and media culture.

Michelle Levy teaches Romantic literary culture in the Department of English at Simon Fraser University. She has written extensively on authorial practices, the cultures of print and script, and female authors of the Romantic period, including Jane Austen, Lucy Aikin, Anna Barbauld, Mary Shelley and Dorothy Wordsworth. Her books include Family Authorship and Romantic Print Culture (2008) and The Broadview Reader in Book History (co-edited with Tom Mole, 2014), and she is currently completing a book investigating the social practices of literary manuscript circulation in Romantic period.