Randy Martin is a professor of art, society, and public policy and associate dean of faculty and interdisciplinary programs at the Tisch School of the Arts, New York University.
Lindsay Paterson is a professor of educational policy at the University of Edinburgh. He is a sociologist by profession and has academic interests in education, politics, and culture.
Necati Polat teaches international law and the philosophy of social sciences in the Department of International Relations at Middle East Technical University, Ankara. His work in critical legal studies, international law, and poststructuralist international relations theory has appeared in journals. His book, Boundary Issues in Central Asia, is forthcoming from Transnational Publishers.
Rajeswari Sunder Rajan will shortly be joining the English faculty at the University of Oxford. Her publications include the edited volumes The Lie of the Land: English Literary Studies in India (Oxford University Press, 1992); Signposts: Gender Issues in Post-Independence India (Kali for Women, 1999); and (coedited with You-me Park) Postcolonial Jane Austen (Routledge, 2000); and a book, Real and Imagined Women: Gender, Culture, Postcolonialism (Routledge, 1993). She is also a joint editor of Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies.
Andrew Ross is professor and director of the graduate program in American studies at New York University. His most recent book is The Celebration Chronicles: Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Property Value in Disney’s New Town (Ballantine, 1999). He also recently edited No Sweat: Fashion, Free Trade, and the Rights of Garment Workers (Verso, 1997).
Paul A. Silverstein is an assistant professor in the Department of Anthropology, Reed College. He is currently completing a manuscript entitled “Trans-Politics: Islam, Berberity, and the French Nation-State.”