Martha Driver is Distinguished Professor of English and Women’s and Gender Studies at Pace University in New York City. A co-founder of the Early Book Society for the study of manuscripts and printing history, she writes about illustration from manuscript to print, book production, and the early history of publishing. In addition to publishing some 45 articles in these areas, she has edited sixteen journals over thirteen years, including Film & History: Medieval Period in Film and the Journal of the Early Book Society. Her books about pictures (from manuscripts miniatures to woodcuts to film) include The Image in Print: Book Illustration in Late Medieval England (British Library Publications and University of Toronto), An Index of Images in English MSS, fascicle four, with Michael Orr (Brepols), and The Medieval Hero on Screen and Shakespeare and the Middle Ages, with Sid Ray (McFarland).
Nancy Reagin is a Professor of History and Women’s & Gender Studies, and chair of the Department of Women’s & Gender Studies at Pace University in New York. She has published broadly in modern German history, including numerous articles and books on the history of German feminism, nationalism and national identities, and the development of European consumer cultures, nationalism and national identities, and the development of European consumer cultures. Her books include A German Women's Movement: Class and Gender in Hanover, 1880–1933 (University of North Carolina Press), The Heimat Abroad: The Boundaries of Germaness, with Renate Bridenthal and Krista O’Donnell (University of Michigan Press) , and Sweeping the Nation: Domesticity and National Identity in Germany, 1870-1945 (Cambridge University Press). She is also the editor of the Pop Culture and History series, published by Wiley & Sons.