Mark S. Morrisson is Professor of English and of Science, Technology, and Society and Interim Head of English. He teaches courses in British, Irish, and American modernism, periodical studies, and science studies. Morrisson is the author of The Public Face of Modernism: Little Magazines, Audiences, and Reception, 1905-1920 (Wisconsin, 2001) and Modern Alchemy: Occultism and the Emergence of Atomic Theory (Oxford, 2007). He has also published articles in a number of journals, including PMLA, ELH, Modernism/Modernity, Modern Fiction Studies, Journal of Modern Literature, James Joyce Quarterly, Labour History, RACAR, among others, and has co-edited with Jack Selzer a facsimile edition of Harold J. Salemson’s Parisian little magazine Tambour (1929-1930), published by Wisconsin in 2002. He is president of the Modernist Studies Association, and is co-editor, with Sean Latham, of the Journal of Modern Periodical Studies. Morrisson was series editor of Refiguring Modernism: Arts, Literatures, Sciences until 2010, and he currently serves on the external advisory board of the Modernist Journals Project and on the advisory board of Peter Brooker and Andrew Thacker’s A Critical and Cultural History of Modernist Magazines at Oxford University Press. Current research projects include a monograph on modernism and the occult, a co-authored book with Robin G. Schulze on modernism of the southwestern United States, and an edition of writings by the English surrealist and occultist Ithell Colquhoun, co-edited with Richard Shillitoe. In 2004, Morrisson was awarded the Milton S. Eisenhower Award for Distinguished Teaching at Penn State.