Authors

Clare Clements

Clare Clements is a Phd-candidate with the Department of Modern Languages, Cultures and Religion at the University of Stirling. Her primary research interest is in the relationship between spatiality and West African film. Some publications on African cinema are pending.

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Irenna Chang

Irenna Chang is Assistant Professor of English at Tunghai University Taiwan. Her latest publication How What You Eat Defines Who You Are: The Food Theme in Four American Writers is published 2008.

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Nirmala Iswari

Nirmala Iswari has a degree in English Literure from Madras University and is currently a Master Research student at the National University of Singapore.

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Lorna Israel

Lorna Quejong Israel is completing a master’s programme in Philippines Studies at the University of the Philippines. She has just finished writing Anatomy of a Decriminalising Locality: The Body of Manila’s Slum Dwellers in the Film Tirador (Slingshot).

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Oana Chivoiu

Oana Chivoiu is Ph.D. candidate at Purdue University (Department of English, Theory and Cultural Studies). She writes her dissertation “Dis/Placing the Crowds: The Engagement of Victorian Novels in Crowd Management”.

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Christopher Garland

Christopher Garland is a PhD candidate in the Department of English at the University of Florida. His current research focuses on recent literature and film that depict life in the slums of the Global South.

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Meheli Sen

Meheli Sen is Assistant Professor in the Cinema Studies Program at Rutgers University. Her research area is popular Hindi cinema. She is interested in how the filmic registers of genre, gender and sexuality negotiate specific moments in India’s troubled encounters with modernity and more recently, globalization. Sen’s work has been published in several Journals Journal of the Moving Image, South Asian Review and in the anthology Bollywood and Globalization: Indian Popular Cinema, Nation, and Diaspora. She is currently co-editing an anthology with Anustup Basu titled Figurations in Indian Film.

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Brenda S. Gardenour

Brenda S. Gardenour, PhD, Assistant Professor of History/History of Medicine, Saint Louis College of Pharmacy.

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Cen Cheng

Cen Cheng, M.A. graduate in American Studies from Michigan State University

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Swantje Buddensiek 

Swantje Buddensiek is currently writing her PHD on "Heimsuchungen / Uncanny Visitations: Ghosts and Homes in South African Literature" at Humboldt-University in Berlin. 

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Carmela Garritano

Carmela Garritano , Associate Professor of English , University of St. Thomas.

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Carrie Clanton

Carrie B. Clanton, PhD in Cultural Studies, Centre for Cultural Studies. Goldsmiths College, University of London. Thesis: “The End of the Uncanny: Hunting for Ghosts in the UK”.

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