A recent addition to Pace University Press, Dr. Benjamin Hagen is new editor of Woolf Studies Annual and author of “The Sensuous Pedagogies of Virginia Woolf and D.H. Lawrence.” He is a professor at the University of South Dakota, and he teaches classes on modern and contemporary British, American, and Anglophone literature.
Dr. Martin currently teaches American Detective Fiction and Literature of the Supernatural for the Pace University/NACTEL program. In addition to this, she teaches English literature and world literature on campus for Pace. Her area of specialization is the 18th century Gothic novel, which led to her more recent interest in detective and mystery fiction.
Walter Raubicheck is a fellow professor in the Dyson College of Arts and Sciences. His specialty is in Nineteenth and Twentieth-Century American Literature Film Studies Popular Music. He has also presented at The Edith Wharton Society Annual Meeting in Washington, DC.
Former Pace University Press Featured Editors Contributors
Former Featured Contributor: Claire Davison
Claire Davison’s most recent contribution to Woolf Studies Annual, entitled “Hearing the World ‘in Full Orchestra’: Voyaging Out with Woolf, Darwin, and Music,” is included in the upcoming WSA Volume 23. In addition to her work with Pace UP, Davison has published widely on Woolf, including a monograph published by Edinburgh University in 2014: Translation as Collaboration: Virginia Woolf, Katherine Mansfield and S. S. Koteliansky.
She also recently co-edited the fourth volume of The Edinburgh Edition of the Collected Works of Katherine Mansfield and The Complete Poems of Katherine Mansfield, both from the Edinburgh University Press. She is a Professor of Modernist Studies at the Universite Sorbonne Nouvelle in Paris, and until 2016 she was the Chair of the French Virginia Woolf Society.