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H-Biography is an interdisciplinary and international network devoted to biography as an object and a method of scholarly research. H-Biography considers Biography Studies as a unique field, distinct from the related approaches of autobiography, life writing, and literary theory. As such, while the network will occasionally publicize biographies of individuals that represent exemplary theory, methods, scholarship, or writing style, its primary purpose is to allow for the discussion and dissemination of information relating to Biography Studies more broadly.
H-Biography Editorial Staff
Daniel R. Meister, Queens University - Network Editor
David Veltman, Biography Institute, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen - Network Editor
H-Biography Advisory Board
Hans Renders, Professor of History and Theory of Biography, Director Biography Institute, University of Groningen (Netherlands)
Billy Tooma, Documentary Filmmaker & Assistant Professor of English, Essex County College (US)
Barbara J. Messamore, Associate Professor, Department of History, University of Fraser Valley (Canada)
Maryam Thirriard, Assistant Professor of English, Aix-Marseille Université (France)
Melanie Nolan, Professor of History, Australian National University; Director, National Centre of Biography; General Editor, Australian Dictionary of Biography (Australia)
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