|DEBRA A. CASTILLO, associate professor of Romance studies and comparative literature at Cornell University, specializes in contemporary Hispanic literature, women's studies, and postcolonial literary theory. In addition to numerous essays, she has published The Translated World: A Postmodern Tour of Libraries in Literature ( 1984) and Talking Back. Strategies for a Latin American Feminist Literary Criticism ( 1992). Editor of Diacritics for five years, she is currently book review editor of Letras femeninas.|
|BARBARA HARLOW, associate professor of English and comparative literature at the University of Texas, Austin, has published Resistance Literature ( 1987) and Barred: Women, Writing and Political Detention ( 1992). She has also written essays on cultural politics and critical theory, with special reference to "Third World" literature.|
|MARGARET R. HIGONNET, professor of English at the University of Connecticut, has published The Horn of Oberon and articles on romantic literature and literary theory. She has edited a journal on children's literature ( 1985-90), as well as three volumes of essays (on Thomas Hardy, gender and the two world wars, and the representation of women in fiction). Another collection, Borderwork. Feminist Engagements with Comparative Literature, is in press.|
|INDIRA KARAMCHETI, assistant professor at Wesleyan University, writes on literary authority in postcolonial literature, the postcolonial as teacher, and translation of "Third World" texts. With a colleague, she has translated the collected plays of Aimé Césaire. Her current project is a book about the development of postcolonial studies in U.S. academia.|
|KATHLEEN L. KOMAR is professor of German and comparative literature and associate dean at the University of California, Los Angeles. A specialist in modern German and American literature, she has published articles on contemporary|
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Publication information: Book title: Reconfigured Spheres:Feminist Explorations of Literary Space. Contributors: Margaret R. Higonnet - Editor, Joan Templeton - Editor. Publisher: University of Massachusetts Press. Place of publication: Amherst, MA. Publication year: 1994. Page number: ix.
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