1Michael Bell is Professor Emeritus at the University of Warwick and Associate Fellow of the Centre for Research in Philosophy and Literature. His principal publication on Lawrence is D. H. Lawrence: Language and Being (CUP, 1992). He has published much else on Lawrence including a chapter in his book Open Secrets; Literature, Education and Authority from J-J Rousseau to J. M. Coetzee (OUP, 2007).
2Sarah Bouttier received her PhD (Writing the Non-Human in D. H. Lawrence’s Poetry) from La Sorbonne Nouvelle in December 2011, and is currently teaching English Literature and Linguistics at the University of Stockholm, Sweden. Her research interests include 20th and 21st century poetry and representations of the non-human in literature.
3Elise Brault-Dreux is a lecturer at Valenciennes University, where she teaches English literature and language. She has published several articles on D.H. Lawrence's work, T.S. Eliot's and Katherine Mansfield's poetry. Her book on D.H. Lawrence's poetry was published in France in 2014 and is entitled Le 'je' et ses masques dans la poésie de D.H. Lawrence.
4Shirley Bricout's field of research is D.H. Lawrence and the Bible. Her Ph.D. dissertation entitled " The Bible and D.H. Lawrence's political thought in Aaron’s Rod, Kangaroo and The Plumed Serpent " was published by Les Presses Universitaires Méditerranéennes in 2008 and its translation into English was released under the title Politics and the Bible in D. H. Lawrence's Leadership Novels at Les Presses Universitaires de la Méditerranée (2014). Shirley Bricout has contributed articles and book reviews to Etudes lawrenciennes (Paris X), Etudes britanniques contemporaines (Montpellier III) and to The Journal of D. H. Lawrence Studies (Nottingham, UK).
5Jane Costin is an independent scholar who has been a regular contributor to this journal. She has published several articles on Lawrence and is organising an international academic conference in September 2016 in St Ives Cornwall to mark the centenary of Lawrence moving to Zennor.
6Cornelius Crowley, Professor and Director of the Research Centre of the English Department of the University of Paris Ouest Nanterre, has published numerous essays on various authors including David Hume, Henry James, Joyce, Yeats, Nietzsche, Zola and Lawrence.
7Keith Cushman, Professor of English at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, has written or edited seven books about Lawrence. He is Past President of the D. H. Lawrence Society of North America and a recipient of the Harry T. Moore Award for Lifetime Achievement in and Encouragement of D. H. Lawrence Studies.
8Kumiko Hoshi is Associate Professor at Shinshu University, Japan. Her fields of research are Modernism and D.H.Lawrence. She has notably published "Representation of the Ether in Women in Love: In Relation to Ernst Haeckel and Umberto Boccioni"(D. H. Lawrence Studies, 16(1) 121-39, Jun 2008) and “Modernism's Fourth Dimension in Aaron’s Rod: Einstein, Picasso, and Lawrence.” Eds. Earl Ingersoll and Virginia Hyde, Windows to the Sun: D. H. Lawrence's “Thought-Adventures.”(Fairleigh Dickinson UP, Feb 2009).
9Luke Ferretter is an Associate Professor of 20th Century British and American Literature at Baylor University. His book The Glyph and the Gramophone: D. H. Lawrence’s Religion was published in 2013 by Bloomsbury. He is also the author of Sylvia Plath’s Fiction: A Critical Study (Edinburgh UP, 2010), and of two books on literary theory, and essays on D. H. Lawrence, Sylvia Plath, Virginia Woolf, Hanif Kureishi, Jacques Derrida and Julia Kristeva, amongst others.
10Juliette Feyel is Bye-fellow at Cambridge University. She taught French and Comparative Literature in France before joining Fitzwilliam College and the MML Faculty in 2012. She is particularly interested in the way British and French modernists sought new forms of sacredness out of official, institutionalized religions, hoping to find in the life of the body a new self as well as a new kind of communal bond. She has written extensively on D.H. Lawrence and Georges Bataille.
11Gaku Iwai is an Associate Professor at Kumamoto Health Science University in Japan. He is a co-editor and co-translator of the Japanese version of the Collected Letters of D. H. Lawrence, and has published numerous articles on Lawrence, H. G. Wells, J. M. Barrie and J. G. Ballard. He is also a co-author of several books on Lawrence and twentieth century British writers.
12Jonathan Long is a solicitor advising farming clients in the East of England. He graduated in Law at the University of London in 1981. He has been a Lawrence enthusiast for over 35 years (with a particular interest in Lawrence’s biography and bibliography), and is a member of the D H Lawrence Societies of England, North America and Australia.
13Brigitte Macadré-Nguyên is a lecturer at the University of Technology in Reims, where she teaches Business English. Her Ph D dissertation focused on D.H.Lawrence as an artist and art critic. She has been a regular participant in Lawrence conferences at Paris Ouest for many years and has published several articles in Etudes Lawrenciennes.
14Stefania Michelucci is Associate Professor of English Literature at the University of Genoa (Italy). Her publications include The Poetry of Thom Gunn: A Critical Study, with a foreword by Clive Wilmer (2009), Space and Place in the Works of D.H. Lawrence (2002), the critical edition of Twilight in Italy and Other Essays by D.H. Lawrence (1997), and numerous articles on the travel writing and shorter fiction of Lawrence and other 19th and 20th century authors.
15Marina Ragachewskaya is an Associate Professor at the World Literature Department at Minsk State Linguistics University, Belarus. She has published widely on D.H. Lawrence, psychoanalytic literary studies and contemporary British writers (around 100 articles in English, Russian and Belarussian). Her recent books are Desire for Love: The Secret Longings of the Human Heart in D.H. Lawrence’s Works (CSP, 2012) and Psychoanalysis in Fiction: David Herbert Lawrence – in Russian (MSLU, 2013). Her academic interests include fiction interpretation, psychoanalysis, modernism and postmodernism.
16Jean-Paul Rosaye is Professor at the Université d'Artois. His fields of research are the history of ideas in Britain and cultural history. He has notably published a book on T.S.Eliot (T.S. Eliot, poète-philosophe: essai de typologie génétique, Lille, Presses du Septentrion collection « Racines et Modèles », 2000) and another book on F.H. Bradley (F. H. Bradley et l’idéalisme britannique. Les années de Formation (1865-1876), Presses Universitaire d’Artois, Arras, 2012).
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