Dorette Sobolewski is a native of Diepholz, Germany. She is a postgraduate student at the University of Glasgow, and her PhD research in American Studies is based on an interdisciplinary analysis of class in the novels of Willa Cather and Ellen Glasgow. She lives with her husband in Charlottesville, Virginia, and divides her time between Germany, Scotland, and the US.Rebecca DeWald is a PhD candidate at the University of Glasgow. The focus of her studies lies on the interstices between translation and literary theory, which she addresses in her thesis on the relationship between original text and translation in Jorge Luis Borges, Virginia Woolf, and Franz Kafka. She is co-general editor of eSharp, the University of Glasgow’s postgraduate online journal, and is currently preparing an exhibition on the Scottish poet, writer, and translator Alastair Reid.