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Noel Barber, S.J.
Professor, Gonzaga College, Dublin, Ireland; author of numerous articles on Hopkins in Hopkins Quarterly and elsewhere.
Brett Beasley, Ph.D.
Completed a dissertation on Hopkins at Loyola University Chicago, with articles published in Hopkins Quarterly, Renascence, JMMLA, and elsewhere.
Melinda Creech, Ph.D.
Ph.D. in English from Baylor University, Manuscript Specialist at the Armstrong Browning Library, has published in Oxford Notes and Queries.
ABD University of Minnesota, completing a dissertation “On the Poetics of Thrift and Reuse” in the poetry of the long nineteenth century. She has published articles on Hopkins in Victorian Poetry and Religion and the Arts.
Lianne Ratzersdorfer Hoffman
M.A. in English, Hebrew University, exploring research opportunities in Hopkins, fairy-tale intertextuality, and other interests.