Diane Long Hoeveler is Professor of English at Marquette University and author of Gothic Riffs: Secularizing the Uncanny in the European Imaginary, 1780–1820 (2010), which won the Allan Lloyd Smith memorial award from the International Gothic Association; Gothic Feminism (1998); and Romantic Androgyny (1990). Her new book, “The Gothic Ideology: Religious Hysteria and Anti-Catholicism in British Popular Fiction, 1770-1870,” is forthcoming from the University of Wales Press in 2014. In addition to publishing some 65 articles on a variety of literary topics, she coauthored a critical study of Charlotte Brontë, and edited the Houghton Mifflin volume of Wuthering Heights. Her coedited volumes of essays include The Blackwell Encyclopedia of British Romanticism (3 vols); Approaches to Teaching Jane Eyre; Approaches to Teaching the Gothic (both for the MLA); Interrogating Orientalism; Comparative Romanticisms; Romanticism and its other discourses; Romantic Drama; Romanticism and the Law; Women of Color; Women’s Literary Creativity and the Female Body; and the Historical Dictionary of Feminism. She has also coedited a Broadview edition of Edgar Allan Poe’s Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym (2010), and is now editing Blackwell’s Companion to the Brontës. She served as President of the International Conference of Romanticism from 2001-2003, and is now coeditor of the European Romantic Review.