Executive Editor

Elaine Yee Lin Ho (EH) is Professor in the School of English, University of Hong Kong. Her publications include two monographs on Timothy Mo (2000) and Anita Desai (2006), a co- edited collection of essays, China Abroad (2009), and many articles in journals including Journal of Commonwealth Literature, Ariel: A Review of International English Literature, Literature and History, PMLA, Interventions. She studies representation, rhetoric, and narrative in anglophone world literatures and in law and literature at different twentieth century conjunctures.

General Editor

Harshana Rambukwella (HR) is an Honorary Assistant Professor at the School of English, University of Hong Kong. His primary research interests are in postcolonial literatures and theory, representations of nationalism in the South Asian context, and the role of historical narratives and historiography in community identity. Recent publications include articles in the Journal of Commonwealth Literature, The Sri Lanka Journal of the Humanities, The Routledge Handbook of World Englishes  and the Blackwell Encyclopedia of Twentieth Century Fiction.


Katherine Isobel Baxter (KB) was Research Assistant Professor in Cross-Cultural Studies in English at the University of Hong Kong and is currently Lecturer in the Program in Writing and Rhetoric at Stanford University. Her research interests are in twentieth-century Anglophone and postcolonial literatures. Recent publications include Joseph Conrad and the Swan Song of Romance  (2010).  

Fiona Chung (FC) recently completed her Ph.D. in music and currently is completing a Ph.D. on modern poetry and the poems of John Ashbery at the University of Hong Kong.  She is the author of the critical essay on music and poetry, "Metamusic in Tan Dunís The Map" in World and Music Studies Series Vol. 11Ē, music compositions including "Fanfare for the Mongolians" in Musicarama Concert 2005 and "An Early Summer Morning with the White-Eye" from New Generation Concert 2005,  poems, short stories, and plays

Rita Kelly (RK) is fluent in English, French, and Polish. She holds MA degrees in Romance Philology and Indian Studies from the Jagiellonian University, Poland, and studied for a year in New Delhi at Jawaharlal Nehru University. She has taught French and English for two years in China at Three Gorges University, and is currently an M.Phil student in the School of English, University of Hong Kong.

Douglas Kerr (DK) is Professor in the School of English, Hong Kong University. He is the author of books about Wilfred Owen and George Orwell, and of Eastern Figures: Orient and Empire in British Writing, a critical study of  literature about Asia in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.

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