MemberPamela L. Caughie

With David Chinitz, I am co-director of Modernist Networks (ModNets), the modernist “node” of ARC. With Mark Hussey, I am co-PI on the NEH-funded project, WoolfOnline. Broadly speaking, my research interests are modernism, postmodernism, and feminism. Recent and current projects include essays on sound technology in the modernist era, modernism and posthumanism, modernist life writing and transsexulism, the modernist novel, modernism and feminism, the black bourgeoisie, and “class acts.”I direct the graduate program in English at Loyola

MemberFlorence Howe

Doris Lessing, Virginia Woolf, Iris Murdoch, memoir, the history of feminism and the women’s studies movement, American poets, African and Indian writers, and at this moment, politics.Sounds like too much, but not if one is in her eighties and has lived several different kinds of lives, it’s understandable.

MemberKatherine M. Quinsey

Scholarly interests: Seventeenth- and eighteenth-century literature, drama, print culture; religion, gender, and animal welfare. Authors: Pope, Dryden, Finch, Canadian poet Margaret Avison.
Books published: Under the Veil: Feminism and Spirituality in Post-Reformation England and Europe (2012); Broken Boundaries; Women and Feminism in Restoration Drama (1996); special issue of Canadian Poetry on Avison (2006)
Working on: Alexander Pope and religion; Pope and the rhetoric of print
Personal interests: I am a classically trained singer. I love dogs and all animals. My husband (D.Phil Oxon. Mathematical Logic) is a computer programmer. We have four children, two now married. Home is northeastern Ontario woodland and second home is the UK.