Erick Kelemen has published on textual matters in early English literature in ELH: English Literary History, ANQ, and The Library as well as a textbook, Textual Editing and Criticism: An Introduction. He has taught textual editing and criticism to undergraduate and graduate students at several colleges and universities, most recently at Fordham University, where he is Director of the Center for Teaching Excellence.
Beth McCoy (Distinguished Teaching Professor, SUNY Geneseo) teaches African American literature. She is working on a book manuscript titled Race, the [Para]textual Condition, and African American Literature. Her essays have appeared in such journals as PMLA, African American Review, College English, and Contemporary Literature.
Katherine D. Harris (Tenured Assistant Professor, English and Comparative Literature, San José State University) specializes in Romantic-Era and 19th-century British literature, women’s authorship, the literary annual, 19th-century history print culture and history of the book, textuality, editorial theory, Digital Humanities, and pedagogy. Her work ranges from pedagogical articles on using digital tools in the classroom to traditional scholarship on a “popular” literary form in 19th-century England. Much of her work can be explored on her research blog: http://triproftri.wordpress.com