Sarah Brophy is Professor of English and Cultural Studies at McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada, where she pursues research on embodiment, autobiography, and visual culture; race, gender, sexuality, and disability; and post-1945 British literature. She is the author of Witnessing AIDS: Writing, Testimony, and the Work of Mourning as well as the co-editor of Embodied Politics in Visual Autobiography (with Janice Hladki) and of a special issue of Interventions on “Postcolonial Intimacies” (with Phanuel Antwi, Helene Strauss, and Y-Dang Troeung). Her articles discuss writing by Andrea Levy (Contemporary Women’s Writing), by Jackie Kay (The Cambridge Companion to British Fiction since 1945 [with Kasim Husain]), and by Jamaica Kincaid (PMLA). She is currently working on a book called Mind the Gap: Queer and Feminist Cosmopolitanisms in Postwar Britain, which critically analyzes forms of sociability, intimacy, and cosmopolitan dreaming in the work of authors such as Shelagh Delaney, Buchi Emecheta, Bernardine Evaristo, Maggie Gee, Beryl Gilroy, Alan Hollinghurst, Jackie Kay, Andrea Levy, Colin McInnes, Caryl Phillips, Andrew Salkey, and Zadie Smith. This project is concurrent with her roles as Reviews Editor for Contemporary Women’s Writing and Associate Editor for a/b: Auto/Biography Studies. At McMaster, Dr. Brophy has been recognized for outstanding teaching and mentoring work. In 2004, she was awarded the McMaster Students Union (MSU) Teaching Award for the Faculty of Humanities and, in 2012, she won the President’s Award for Excellence in Graduate Supervision. The recipient of national SSHRC research and conference grants, she was recently named a Member of the College of New Scholars of the Royal Society of Canada.