Edited: Moshe Gold
Moshe Gold is Associate Professor of English and the Director of the Rose Hill Writing Program at Fordham University, where he teaches courses in literary and critical theory, pedagogy theory and practice, and horror films. He is co-editor of Joyce Studies Annual, and his publications on Joyce, Plato, Levinas, Derrida, and the Talmud have appeared in Representations, Joyce Studies Annual, Criticism, James Joyce Quarterly, Levinas and Medieval Literature, and ELH.
Edited: Philip T. Sicker
Philip Sicker, Professor of English at Fordham University, specializes in late nineteenth- and twentieth-century British and European fiction. He is the author of a critical study of Henry James and numerous articles on such modernist writers as Eliot, Lawrence, Mann, Nabokov, and Joyce. He has recently published a series of essays exploring Joyce’s relationship to cinema, and he is currently completing a monograph on visual representation in Ulysses. He is the co-editor of Joyce Studies Annual.