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Christine D. Beaule is an associate professor of Latin American and Iberian Studies at the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa. Her interdisciplinary research on Spanish colonialism, household organization, and material culture (including textiles, ceremonial drinking vessels, religious art, and indigenous Andean tunics) has appeared in a number of academic journals and edited volumes. She is the editor of Frontiers of Colonialism (UP of Florida, 2017).

Raymond Angelo Belliotti is a distinguished professor in SUNY Fredonia's department of philosophy.

Barbara Caine is a professor of history and head of the School of Philosophical and Historical Inquiry at the University of Sydney. Her publications include Biography and History (Palgrave Macmillan, 2010), Bombay to Bloomsbury: A Biography of the Strachey Family (Oxford UP, 2005), and English Feminism, 1780–1980 (Oxford UP, 1997).

Kim Compoc teaches in the departments of English, ethnic studies, and political science at the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa.

Julie Cyzewski is an assistant professor of English at Murray State University in Murray, Kentucky. Her current book project, Broadcasting Friendship: Decolonization, Literature, and the BBC, is on the politics and form of literary radio broadcasts from London to the West Indies, South Asia, and Africa.

Oline Eaton is a research fellow at the Centre for Life-Writing Research at King's College London. Her research investigates the construction, operation, and functions of life narratives in culture and history.

James Finch received his PhD from the University of Kent in 2016 for his thesis "The Art Criticism of David Sylvester." Since then he has taught at the University of Kent and his writing has been published in Tate Papers and Kunst und Politik. He is a curatorial assistant at the Royal Academy of Arts, London. [End Page 466]

Professor of English and director of the Holocaust and genocide minor at the College of New Jersey, Ellen G. Friedman recently published her family memoir The Seven: A Family Holocaust Story (Wayne State UP, 2018). She has published seven books, including Morality USA, Breaking the Sequence: Women's Experimental Fiction, and Joyce Carol Oates, as well as many articles in a range of scholarly and popular journals. She is a member of the Faculty Advisory Council of the Fortunoff Video Archives of Holocaust Testimonies at Yale University. She has given lectures and keynote addresses in the US, Britain, Europe, and Russia. She has appeared on NPR and on other radio and television stations in the US, Canada, and Australia.

Joseph Han was born in Seoul, South Korea, and raised in Honolulu, Hawai'i. He is the author of the book Uncrossable: Stories, forthcoming from YesYes Books in late 2019. His fiction, poetry, and nonfiction have appeared in Kartika Review, wildness, AAWW's The Margins, and Entropy. He is currently a PhD candidate in English at the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa, where he teaches creative writing and composition.

Akane Kanai is a lecturer in the School of Media, Film and Journalism at Monash University. Her work focuses on gender, affect, digital spaces, and popular culture. She is currently researching the changing landscape of mediated feminism. Her book, Gender and Relatability in Digital Culture, is forthcoming in 2019 from Palgrave Macmillan.

S. Topiary Landberg is an interdisciplinary media artist, film scholar, and PhD candidate in the film and digital media program at UC Santa Cruz. Her research focuses on urban environmental and landscape documentary film practices. Her own films and multimedia works have been presented in theaters and galleries throughout the US and in international film festivals. She is a lecturer at UC Santa Cruz and has also taught in New York City at the School for Visual Arts, CUNY Staten Island, Pratt Institute, and the New School. Her work has been published in Camera Obscura, Flow.Journal, Journal of Media Practice, and The Journal of Short Film.

Maarit Leskelä-Kärki, PhD, is an adjunct professor and a senior lecturer in the department of cultural history at the University of Turku and a vice-director of SELMA: Centre for the Study of Storytelling, Experientiality and Memory. She has published widely both in Finland and in international publications and journals on the cultural history of women...


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