Christopher Cannon is a Fellow of Saint Edmund Hall and lecturer in English at Oxford University. He is the author of The Making of Chaucer's English (forthcoming) and is currently at work on a book about early Middle English literature.
Elizabeth Fowler is assistant professor of English at Yale University. Her work on the category of the person has appeared in Speculum, Spenser Studies, and Representations and is forthcoming as a book, The Arguments of Person. Fowler is also the coeditor, with Roland Greene, of The Project of Prose in Early Modern European and New World Writing.
Louise O. Fradenburg is professor of English at the University of California, Santa Barbara. She is the author of City, Marriage, Tournament: Arts of Rule in Late Medieval Scotland, the editor of Women and Sovereignty, and the coeditor, with Carla Freccero, of Premodern Sexualities.
Claude Gauvard teaches medieval history and is the director of the School of Doctoral Studies in History at the Sorbonne (Paris-I). She is also a member of the University Institute of France. Among her many publications is La France au Moyen Age, du Ve au XVe siècle.
Barbara A. Hanawalt is professor of history at the University of Minnesota. Her many books include Crime and Conflict in Medieval England, 1300–1348, The Ties That Bound: Peasant Families in Medieval England, and Growing Up in Medieval London: The Experience of Childhood in History. Hanawalt is also the editor of numerous books, the most recent of which is Bodies and Disciplines: Intersections of Literature and History in Fifteenth-Century England (Minnesota, 1996).
James H. Landman teaches English at the University of North Texas. He is currently developing a book that will explore intersections between the legal and literary cultures of late medieval England.
William Perry Marvin teaches medieval literature in the Department of English at Colorado State University.