Glenn Everett, A.B. Bucknell University, M.A. George Washington University, and Ph.D. Brown University (English literature), was one of the original team of graduate assistants who worked with Landow to create materials for the hypertext system that the Institute for Research in Information and Scholarship (IRIS) designed and produced between 1986-1988. He has written on Browning, Tennyson, John Le Carré, Yeats, and Rossetti in Victorian Literature and Culture, Papers on Language & Literature, ELN, and Victorian Poetry.

He has taught at GWU, Brown, Temple University, and the University of Tennessee at Martin, and he is now Director of the Learning and Technology Center at Stonehill College.

Co-founder of the VICTORIA discussion group, he is currently VP for Information Services of   the Northeast Victorian Studies Association.  His Browning Page at Stonehill contains materials relevant to the Victorian Web, including hypermedia versions of several of Browning's poems.

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Last modified December 2001