David Bromwich (Ph.D., Yale University) has taught at Princeton University and presently teaches at Yale University. He is the author of numerous books and articles on William Hazlitt, Edmund Burke, political philosophy, and contemporary American education and culture.
Lisa Plummer Crafton (Ph.D., University of Tennessee) teaches at State University of West Georgia. She has published on William Wordsworth, William Blake, and Mary Wollstonecraft and is working on a study of Wordsworth "The Brothers."
John Faulkner (Ph.D., Rutgers University) teaches at Ohio University at Lancaster. He has published on Burke's ideas about language and is presently working on a book-length study of Burke Reflections.
Lowell T. Frye (Ph.D., Duke University) teaches at Hampden-Sydney College. He has published on Thomas Carlyle and Victorian literature, and on Rhetoric and Composition. He is presently working on a study of Carlyle's philosophy of history.
Jane Kromm (D.D., Harvard Divinity School; Ph.D., Emory University) teaches seventeenth-century and eighteenth-century European art history at State University of New York at Purchase. She has published on Hogarth and Goya and is presently working on a book "Windowed Raggedness": Visual Thinking About Mental Disorders 1600-1900.
Patricia Howell Michaelson (Ph.D., Northwestern University) has taught at Emory University and now teaches at the University of Texas-Dallas. She has