Roy Grundmann is assistant professor of fi lm and television at Boston University. He is the author of Andy Warhol's Blow Job (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2003) and is a contributing editor of Cineaste.
Charlie Michael is a Ph.D. candidate in film at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.
Chris Robé is completing his dissertation, “Thunder over Hollywood: Film, Politics, and Modernism in Depression-Era America,” at Lehigh University. He frequently reviews fi lms for Popmatters and recently published an article on The Blair Witch Project in the anthology Nothing That Is: Millennial Cinema and the ‘Blair Witch’ Controversies.
Alexander Russo is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of American Civilization at Brown University. His dissertation is a history of radio transcriptions.
Bradley Schauer is a doctoral candidate in film studies at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, with a special interest in Hollywood cinema.
Jacquelyn Vinson is a Ph.D. candidate in media and cultural studies in the Communication Arts Department at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. Her areas of interest include television formats and global fl ows, discourses of gender and body, and documentary.
Jonathan Walley is an adjunct professor in the Division of Cinema-Television at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas, and a graduate student in film studies at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. His dissertation is about paracinema and the artistic tradition of avant-garde film.