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date: 25 February 2020

(p. ix) About the Editors

(p. ix) About the Editors

Simon Stern teaches law and English at the University of Toronto. His research focuses on the evolution of legal doctrines and methods in relation to literary and intellectual history. Recent and forthcoming publications include articles and book chapters on legal fictions, obscenity, copyright, criminal fraud, the place of narrative in law, and methodology in legal scholarship. He is co-editor, with Robert Spoo, of the Law and Literature series for Oxford University Press.

Maksymilian Del Mar is Professor of Legal Theory at the School of Law, Queen Mary University of London. His primary research interests lie in legal reasoning and legal education (especially rhetoric, imagination, and emotion), in historical jurisprudence, and in transnational and global legal theory. His monograph, Artefacts of Legal Inquiry: The Value of Imagination in Adjudication, is forthcoming with Hart/Bloomsbury in early 2020. He edits the Law in Context series for Cambridge University Press.

Bernadette Meyler is Carl and Sheila Spaeth Professor of Law and Professor (by Courtesy) of English at Stanford University. She works on constitutional law and theory as well as law and the humanities. Her book Theaters of Pardoning (Cornell University Press, 2019) draws on dramatic, political, and legal sources to assess the evolution of the pardon power and its relationship with sovereignty in seventeenth-century England. She is also the co-editor of New Directions in Law and Literature (Oxford University Press, 2017) and many articles in law reviews and peer-reviewed journals.