Ned Sparrow has a PhD in literature from Princeton, and an M.A. from the Johns Hopkins Writing Seminars. He won the Sullivan Prize for scholaship on Ezra Pound in 1993, and the Princeton University Presidential Fellowship between 1992 and 1996. His teaching interests include American, British, Irish, and Continental Modernism between 1860-1950, the fin de siecle, the Victorian novel, narrative illustration, and the artists's journal. Publications include "Hagiwara in the Context of His Translators and Western Literary Modernism" in Rats' Nest (1997), "The Advantages of Barbarism: Conrad's Most Unsuitable Grounds for The Duel(s)" in L'Epoque Conradienne (1996), and "Pound's Ideogrammic Legacy" in Paideuma (1995).