Contributions: Molly Ball
Contributions: Nancy Bentley
Contributions: Tess Chakkalakal
Contributions: Sarah E. Chinn
Contributions: Mark Elliott
Mark Elliott is an associate professor of history at the University of North Carolina,
Greensboro, and is the author of Color-Blind Justice: Albion Tourgée and the Quest for
Racial Equality from the Civil War to Plessy v. Ferguson (Oxford University Press, 2006)
and the co-editor of Undaunted Radical: The Selected Writings and Speeches of Albion W.
Tourgée (Louisiana State University Press, 2010).
Contributions: John Ernest
Contributions: Annemarie Mott Ewing
Contributions: Jennifer Rae Greeson
Edited: Sandra M. Gustafson
Sandra M. Gustafson is a Professor of English and Concurrent Professor of American Studies at the University of Notre Dame, as well as a faculty affiliate of Notre Dame's Center for Civil and Human Rights and a faculty fellow at the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies. She is the author of Imagining Deliberative Democracy in the Early American Republic (2011), Eloquence is Power: Oratory and Performance in Early America (2000), and editor of The Norton Anthology of American Literature, Vol. A.
Contributions: Mary Hale
Contributions: DeLisa D. Hawkes
Contributions: Christine Holbo
Contributions: Carolyn Karcher
Contributions: Almas Khan
Contributions: Gregory Laski
Contributions: Alex Zwerber Leslie
Edited: Robert Levine
Robert S. Levine is Distinguished University Professor of English at the University of Maryland, College Park. His recent books are The Failed Promise: Reconstruction, Frederick Douglass, and the Impeachment of Andrew Johnson (2021), Race, Transnationalism, and Nineteenth-Century American Literary Studies (2018), and The Lives of Frederick Douglass (2016). Levine is the general editor of The Norton Anthology of American Literature and the editor and coeditor of a number of volumes.
Contributions: Brook Thomas
Contributions: Kenneth Warren