- Notes on Contributors
cristina león alfar is professor of English at Hunter College, CUNY. She is the author of Women and Shakespeare's Cuckoldry Plays: Shifting Narratives of Marital Betrayal (2017) and coeditor of the series "Late Tudor and Stuart Drama: Gender, Performance, and Material Culture."
james fraser is a lecturer in English literature with a particular interest in modernism and British and Irish literature. He is the author of Joyce and Betrayal (2016) and the coeditor of Joyce's Non-Fiction Writings (2018). He is currently working on the role of the bicycle in modernist literature and culture.
eric groenendyk is associate professor of political science at the University of Memphis. His research examines the psychology of political preference formation and behavior. His work has appeared in journals including American Journal of Political Science and Journal of Politics. He is the author of Competing Motives in the Partisan Mind (2013).
anagha ingole, assistant professor of political science at Tripura University, is currently a Fulbright-Nehru postdoctoral Fellow at Columbia University in New York. Her articles on the caste-based movements and the phenomenon of social boycott been published in the Economic and Political Weekly.
george kateb is William Nelson Cromwell Professor of Politics, Emeritus, at Princeton University. His latest books are Human Dignity (2011); Dignity, Morality, Individuality (2015); and Lincoln's Political Thought (2015).
john kleinig is emeritus professor of philosophy at John Jay College of Criminal Justice and in the PhD program in philosophy, CUNY. He is author or editor of 23 books, most recently, The Ethics of Patriotism: A Debate (with Keller and Primoratz, 2015), and Ends and Means in Policing (2019).
jerome kohn is the trustee of the Hannah Arendt Bluecher Literary Trust and director of the Hannah Arendt Center at The New School. He has edited and published five volumes of Arendt's hitherto unpublished writings, most recently Thinking Without a Banister (2018). Kohn is co-recipient of the Heinrich Böll Stiftung's Hannah Arendt Award for Political Thought for 2019.
hannah schell is professor of philosophy and religious studies at Monmouth College.
eric l. muller is the Dan K. Moore Distinguished Professor at the University of North Carolina School of Law. His work on the wartime imprisonment of Japanese Americans spans more than two decades and includes several monographs, many journal articles, museum exhibitions, and the podcast "Scapegoat Cities."
steven b. smith is the Alfred Cowles Professor of Political Science at Yale. His recent works include Modernity and its Discontents: Making and Unmaking the Bourgeois from Machiavelli to Bellow (2016) and The Cambridge Companion to Isaiah Berlin (with Cherniss, 2018). He is currently finishing a book titled In Defense of Patriotism.
bernard yack is the Lerman-Neubauer Professor of Democracy at Brandeis University. He is the author, among other books, of The Longing for Total Revolution, and Nationalism and the Moral Psychology of Community.
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