Anders Cullhed, Professor of Comparative Literature at Stockholm University, has published widely on Latin and Romance literatures from Late Antiquity to the Early Modern period and is the author of Quevedo: El instante poético (Zaragoza, 2005) and In the Shadow of Creusa: Negotiating Fictionality in Late Antique Latin Literature (Berlin, 2014).Carin Franzén, Professor of Language and Culture at Linköping University, has published various studies on medieval and Early Modern female writers. She is the author of “The Legacy of Courtly Love and the Feminine Position”, (Re)Contextualizing Literary and Cultural History, eds. Claudia Egerer and Elisabeth Wåghäll Nivre (Stockholm 2013) and “Christine de Pizan’s Appropriation of the Courtly Tradition”, Theorizing Narrative Genres and Gender, ed. Lieselotte Steinbrügge (Leuven 2013).Anders Hallengren, PhD, is a Fellow of Stockholm University affiliated to the research project “Fiction and Figuration in High and Late Medieval Literature”. He was the coordinator of the project “Configurations of Desire in Premodern Literature” and is the author of The Code of Concord: Emerson’s Search for Universal Laws (Stockholm, 1994).Mats Malm is a Professor of Comparative Literature at the University of Gothenburg. He leads the digitization project “The Swedish Literature Bank” and is the author of Voluptuous Language and Poetic Ambivalence. The Example of Swedish Baroque (Frankfurt am Main etc, 2011) and The Soul of Poetry Redefined: Vacillations of Mimesis from Aristotle to Romanticism (Copenhagen, 2012).