Cassandra Laity (PhD University of Michigan) is Associate Professor of English and Coeditor of the journal Modernism/Modernity. She specializes in Anglo-American Modernisms, modern poetry, feminist criticism/theory, critical theory, and late-Victorian poetry and fiction. She wrote H.D. and the Victorian Fin-de-Siecle: Gender, Modernism, Decadence (Cambridge University Press, 1996; reissue 2009), edited H.D., Paint it Today (New York University Press, 1992), and coedited (with Nancy Gish), Desire, Gender, and Sexuality in T.S. Eliot (Cambridge University Press, 2004). She was a cofounder and Vice President of the Modernist Studies Association, President of the H. D. International Society, and a member of the MLA Delegate Assembly. She has held an NEH Research Fellowship and a Mellon Assistant Professorship at Vanderbilt University.