James Leo Cahill is associate professor of cinema and French at the University of Toronto. He is author of Zoological Surrealism: The Nonhuman Cinema of Jean Painlevé (University of Minnesota Press, 2019) and an editor of Discourse.
Jennifer Fay is associate professor of film and English at Vanderbilt University, where she directs the program in Cinema & Media Arts. She is the author, most recently, of Inhospitable World: Cinema in the Time of the Anthropocene (Oxford University Press, 2018).
Jennifer Peterson is associate professor and chair of the Department of Communication at Woodbury University in Los Angeles. She is the author of Education in the School of Dreams: Travelogues and Early Nonfiction Film (Duke University Press, 2013), and articles in numerous journals and edited anthologies. She is currently working on a book about the visualization of nature in American film history before the 1960s.
Karl Schoonover is associate professor (reader) of film and television studies at the University of Warwick. He is the author of Brutal Vision: The Neorealist Body in Postwar Italian Cinema (University of Minnesota Press, 2012), coeditor of Global Art Cinema (Oxford University Press, 2010), and coauthor of Queer Cinema in the World (Duke University Press, 2016), which received SCMS's Katherine Singer Kovács Award. He is currently writing a book on cinema as a medium of waste management.
Kali Simmons (Oglala Lakota) is a PhD candidate in the English Department at the University of California, Riverside. Her research focuses on American visual culture, exploring how indigenous peoples have responded to the material structures and cultural imaginary of empire.
Graig Uhlin is assistant professor of screen studies at Oklahoma State University. His scholarship has appeared in Cinema Journal, Quarterly Review of Film & Video, Games & Culture, and other journals and edited collections. His research focuses on modernist film and environmental aesthetics. [End Page 179]