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AKIKO MIZOGUCHI

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Alessandra Marino

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Alfred Stephen
Professor, Vice Principal, Dean of Doctoral Studies
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I am Rev. Dr. A. Alfred Stephen, Earned my doctoral degree (Dr. Theol) from the University of Basel, Switzerland in the field of Homiletics. I have authored four books in the same field and written many articles on Homiletics and its related subjects. I have been resources person in many international conferences in various countries. The recent Keynote was in the Annual meeting of the Academy of Homiletics, which is a guild of American Homileticians, on the 4th December 2021. I employed postcolonial theories and formed a theory called Open Space Homiletics. I am a professor of Homiletics teaching in Tamilnadu Theological Seminary in Madurai, India. I have been the President of Societas Homiletica, a guild of Professors of Homiletics from around the world. I still serve on its International Board. I work on Postcolonial Homiletics and read the Bible from the Postcolonial perspective.
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Ali Usman Saleem

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ANA MARIA SANCHEZ-ARCE
Senior Lecturer in 20th and 21st c. Literature, Sheffield Hallam University
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Ana María Sánchez-Arce is Senior Lecturer in English at Sheffield Hallam University. She is author of Pedro Almodóvar (MUP, forthcoming 2016), editor of Identity and Form in Contemporary Literature (Routlege, 2014) and co-editor of European Intertexts: Women’s Writing in English in a European Context (Peter Lang, 2005). She is currently working on censorship and citizenship in the UK and preparing a monograph titled Authenticism in Contemporary Literature.
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Anene Amoke

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Angelique Golding
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I graduated from Goldsmiths with an MA in Black British Writing in January 2020. In May 2020 I was awarded LAHP AHRC funding to undertake a collaborative PhD studentship with QMUL, Wasafiri Magazine and the British Library. My research will explore the background and history of Wasafiri, a ‘little magazine’ known since the early 1980s for its pioneering role in providing a critical forum and platform for Britain’s black, Asian and minority ethnic writers. Drawing on unique archival sources, now housed in the British Library Contemporary Collections and not as yet publicly available, the particular history of this magazine will act as a paradigm to offer broader insights into the material conditions affecting the production, publication and reception of BAME writing in Britain from the fraught era of Thatcherism in the 1980s to the present.
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Anisha Patnaik
PhD candidate at Panjab University, Chandigarh, India
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Anna Ball

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Anna Kemball

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Anna Katila

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Anne-Marie Pouchet
Lecturer,Spanish
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Annemarie Schunke

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PhD candidate at UCL researching classical reception in Anglophone postcolonial Caribbean literature.
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Anshuman Mondal
Professor of Modern Literature, University of East Anglia
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I have research interests in postcolonial literature and theory, nationalism, multiculturalism and the literature of diaspora. I have published essays on Indian literature in English, Gandhi, gender politics in Indian nationalism, modern Arabic narrative genres, modern Islam and fundamentalism, and the politics of the Middle East. I am the author of four books: –Nationalism and Post-Colonial Identity: Culture and Ideology in India and Egypt (RoutledgeCurzon, 2003) –Amitav Ghosh (Manchester University Press, 2007) –Young British Muslim Voices (Greenwood, 2008) –Islam and Controversy: The Politics of Free Speech after Rushdie (Palgrave, 2014)
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Anthie Georgiadi

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Anupama Nayar

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Ari J. Adipurwawidjana

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Arna Dirghangi
Postgraduate Literature Student.
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I am a postgraduate English Literature student hoping to pursue a career in research and lectureship. I have ranked second in my school during the AISSCE 2018 with 96% and stood First Class First in BA English Honours from Presidency University, Kolkata, with a GPA of 8.21 in 2021. I have presented, so far, seven papers in national and international conferences and actively taken part in six social/academic internships with Indian organisations. I also have articles/blogs and translations published under my name. My academic research areas include Global Postcolonial Theory and Criticism and the Partitions of India and Bengal. I am also interested in working on Translation Studies. I am actively engaged in content writing and translation.
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Asma Jahamah

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Augustine Chay

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Augustine Chay is a PhD student at the National University of Singapore (NUS). His research interests lie at the intersections of (post)colonial trauma studies, memory studies, and Cold War Decolonisation. His work has been published in the Journal of Postcolonial Writing.
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Avani Ashtekar

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Bethan Evans

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Bipasha Haque

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Bryant Scott

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Caroline Herbert
Senior Lecturer in Postcolonial Literatures
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Caroline’s research centres on contemporary South Asian literature in English and in translation, and on Indian visual culture and film, with specific interests in narratives urban modernity, secularism, neoliberalism and economic liberalization in contemporary India, and in the poetics and politics of postcolonial spectrality. She is currently completing a monograph exploring literary and visual representations of Bombay/Mumbai (contracted to Liverpool University Press). She is editor of ‘Postcolonial Cities: South Asia’, a special issue of Moving Worlds: A Journal of Transcultural Writings (2013) and co-editor with Claire Chambers of Imagining Muslims of South Asia and the Diaspora (2014), and has published widely on South Asian Literature, postcolonial cities, and spectrality in journals such as Textual Practice, Journal of Commonwealth Literature, Journal of Postcolonial Writing, and in edited collections.
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Cathy Waegner
tenured instructor (retired)
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Cathy Covell Waegner taught in the English Department of the University of Siegen in Germany until her retirement in July 2013. She obtained degrees from the College of William & Mary (BA) and the University of Virginia (MA, PhD). In addition to her work on William Faulkner and Toni Morrison, she has published on transculturality in the ethnic bildungsroman, minstrelsy, AfroAsian “postmodernist passing,” 400 years after Jamestown, “hybrid tropes” in film, and the interaction between American and European cultural phenomena. Cathy Waegner edited a volume for the Michigan State University Press's American Indian Studies Series titled Mediating Indianness (2015; www.mediatingindianness.com). Waegner co-edited a project volume with Norfolk State University scholars, Transculturality and Perceptions of the Immigrant Other: “From-Heres” and “Come-Heres” in Virginia and North Rhine-Westphalia (2011), as well as, with colleagues from Université d’Orléans, Literature on the Move: Comparing Diasporic Ethnicities in Europe and the Americas (2002). She served as MESEA (Multi-Ethnic Studies: Europe and the Americas) treasurer for four years. Her current research focuses on contemporary Native American literature, palimpsestic trajectories on the “ethnic shore,” and new forms of diaspora.
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Cato Marks

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Cheryl Stobie

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Chidi Ugwu
Senior Lecturer, Department of Sociology & Anthropology, University of Nigeria, Nsukka
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I have a background in sociology and cultural anthropology, with a PhD in medical anthropology. I teach anthropology and social research methods in the University of Nigeria, Nsukka and guest-lecture in the University of Melbourne’s School of Population and Global Health.
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Christopher Hayes
Lecturer in Tourism & Events, Teesside University
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Christopher has broad interdisciplinary research interests with a geographical focus on Japan. He is principally concerned with how Japan is perceived internationally, examining Japan's "destination image" in the tourism context. He is currently looking at how official tourism campaigns perpetuate certain narratives about Japan, including those that are stereotypical, and is keen to investigate how post-Covid tourism recovery may affect future tourism campaigns. With a background in media and discourse analysis, Christopher is interested in the relationship between tourism and the media, specifically how tourism is mediatised and destinations are "packaged" on screen. The increased media attention on Japan in the UK in the build up to the Rugby World Cup 2019 and 2020 Olympics led to a number of television programmes about Japan being made. Christopher is interested in these as travel narratives and televised "tours", reducing the country down to a selection of key destinations along a prescribed route. He is also interested in historical narratives about Japan, including early foreign "tourism" to Japan and the representation of Japan at world expositions, and how these depictions and understandings of Japan continue to inform views today.
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CHRYSOVALANTIS KAMPRAGKOS

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CLAIRE CHAMBERS
Lecturer in Global Literature
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Claire Chambers is a lecturer at the University of York, where she teaches contemporary writing in English from South Asia, the Arab world, and their diasporas. She is the author of British Muslim Fictions: Interviews with Contemporary Writers, and is currently writing a monograph entitled Representations of Muslims in Britain. Both texts in this two-book series are published by Palgrave Macmillan, and supported by funding from the British Academy and Arts and Humanities Research Council. Claire has also published widely in such journals as Postcolonial Text and Contemporary Women’s Writing, and is a Co-editor of the Journal of Commonwealth Literature.
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Claire H GRIFFITHS
Prof. Francophone Area Studies
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Researches and teaches at the University of Chester, specialising in Francophone African postcolonial studies, previously senior research fellow at the WISE Institute for the study of Slavery and Emancipation at Hull University. Head of department of modern languages at Chester from 2009 to 2016, university chair in Area studies from 2016 supporting the development of new research initiatives at the interface between traditional disciplines, particular interests including visual and political cultural studies in Francophone and Hispanophone African and Caribbean postcolonial contexts.
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CRISTINA SANDRU

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Cristina Şandru currently works as managing editor for The Literary Encyclopedia (www.litecyc.com). She previously taught at Cardiff Metropolitan University, at Northampton, Goldsmiths', UCL and ‘Lucian Blaga’ University of Sibiu, Romania. She co-edited the special issue of the Journal of Postcolonial Writing on Postcommunism/Postcolonialism (May 2012) and the collection Rerouting the Postcolonial: New Directions for the New Millenium (Routledge 2009). She has published articles and reviews in Critique, Euresis, The Journal of Postcolonial Studies, and English. Her monograph Worlds Apart? A Postcolonial Reading of post-1945 East-Central European Culture was published in August 2012 by Cambridge Scholars. Another two book chapters are forthcoming in 2015, in What Postcolonial Theory Doesn’t Say, eds. Anna Bernard, Ziad Elmarsafy and Stuart Murray (London: Routledge), and Postcolonial East-Central Europe: Essays on Literature and Culture, eds Dobrota Pucherova and Robert Gafrik (Amsterdam: Rodopi).
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Dan ADAMS

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Daniel O'Gorman

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DAVE GUNNING
Senior Lecturer in English Literature, University of Birmingham
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Deepika Marya

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Dominic Davies

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Dorota Kołodziejczyk

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Elizabeth Rhodes

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Elizabeth Olaoye

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Eman Alasah

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Emiel Martens
Lecturer & Researcher
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Dr. Emiel Martens (1980) is a media lecturer, researcher, consultant, and producer. Emiel graduated cum laude in both Media Studies and Human Geography at the University of Amsterdam, was a visiting scholar at the Caribbean Institute of Media and Communication (CARIMAC) at University of the West Indies, Mona, and holds a Ph.D in Media Studies from the University of Amsterdam. His dissertation, entitled ‘Welcome to Paradise Island: The Rise of Jamaica’s Cine-Tourist Image, 1891-1951’, marked the first study of Jamaica’s early film history and its connections with the island's early tourism history. After a postdoctoral position at the Royal Netherlands Institute of Southeast Asian and Caribbean Studies (Dutch: Koninklijk Instituut voor Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde, abbreviated: KITLV), Emiel joined the Department of Media Studies of the University of Amsterdam in 2015 as a Senior Lecturer. Not much later, in 2016, he also joined the Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication (ESHCC) to become a team member of the research project 'Worlds of Imagination' (ERC Consolidator Grant), a comparative study of film tourism in non-western societies. His research interests span the fields of Postcolonial (Media) Studies, Media Geography, Popular Geopolitics, Creative Industries, Film (and) Tourism and Alternative Media, with a particular focus on the history, theory and praxis of the (Anglophone) Caribbean film and visual culture. Besides his posts at the University of Amsterdam and Erasmus University Rotterdam, Emiel is also the founding director of Caribbean Creativity, a non-profit organization committed to the promotion of Caribbean and Caribbean-themed cinema, board member of NALACS, the Netherlands Association of Latin American and Caribbean Studies, communication advisor at IDleaks, a non-profit organization aimed at better communication about international development, film section editor at Bassculture Islands, an island lifestyle and creativity magazine, and co-owner of Dudes in your Face (Dutch: Gasten in je Gezicht), a media agency specializing in web and graphic design, social media, photography, film production and event organization, particularly in the social and cultural fields.
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Emily Kearon-Warrilow

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Emily Kate Timms

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Emma Parker

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Eri Kobayashi

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ESHA SIL
Executive Committee Member and Email Bulletin Coordinator, 2017-Present, Postcolonial Studies Association. Convention Committee Member, 2016-17, Postcolonial Studies Association. Postdoctoral Fellow, 2013-14, Zukunftsphilologie Programme, Freie Universität Berlin.
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Esha received her doctorate from the School of English, University of Leeds in 2013. This was followed by the completion of her postdoctoral fellowship under the Zukunftsphilologie programme at Freie Universität Berlin in 2014. Her research engages with the cultural politics of postcolonial Bengali and South Asian modernities via a wide range of subject areas including global capitalism, cultural materialism, subaltern historiography, children’s literature, oral folkloric traditions, Romantic nationalism, psychoanalytic narratives of melancholia, the Partition of the Indian subcontinent, the textual politics of translation, the production of the postcolonial city space, and the popular Bengali talking-practice, 'adda'.
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ESRA SANTESSO

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Eunice Njoki

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Evie Lewis

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Fajr Tamimi

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Fatima Naveed
PhD Candidate, University of Exeter
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Fiona McCann

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Frances Grahl

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Fred Lafortune

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Gabriella Gay

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Gervais Yamb

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GILLIAN ROBERTS
Associate Professor in North American Cultural Studies
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HELEN COUSINS
Reader in Postcolonial Literature
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My current research interests are in Black British writing around themes of migration and race. My PhD research was in African women's writing and I still maintain an interest in African literature. Forthcoming publications include a chapter in Blackness in Britain (Routledge 2016) and one in “Telling it Slant”: Critical Approaches to Helen Oyeyemi (Sussex Academic Press, 2016). I am a founder member of the Black British Women Writers Network
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HENA AHMAD
Professor of English
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Hena Ahmad is Professor of English at Truman State University, where she teaches Postcolonial Literature and Theory, with research interests in South Asian Diasporic literature. She is the author of Postnational Feminisms: Postcolonial Identities and Cosmopolitanism in the Works of Kamala Markandaya, Tsitsi Dangarembga, Ama Ata Aidoo, and Anita Desai (2010); is currently editing a book on Agha Shahid Ali's essays; and is a trustee of the Agha Shahid Ali Literary Trust.
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Hisham Bustani

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Huimin Wang
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Isabel Carrera Suárez

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I lecture at the University of Oviedo, where we have been teaching postcolonial studies since 1996. I lead the research group Intersecciones, working on the intersections of postcolonial and gender studies, as well as transnational writing. My own work has centered mostly on Canadian, Caribbean and Australian women writers, as well as diasporas writing in the UK.
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Ivy Roy Sarkar
Senior Research Scholar
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I am a Senior Research Fellow (UGC) in the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, IIT Roorkee, working on Northeast Anglophone Indian Literature. My area of interest includes Spatial studies, GeoHumanities, South Asian Popular Culture, Postcolonial Studies and Performative studies.
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Jack Webb

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Jane Poyner

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Jennifer Gray

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DR JENNIFER GRAY teaches Modern British and Contemporary Anglophone literature as a tenured assistant professor at Tennessee Technological University in Cookeville, Tennessee, USA. From 1999-2018, she taught Composition and Sophomore Literature courses at TTU. In 2018, she received her PhD from Middle Tennessee State University and continued her career at TTU. In April 2021 her first book, Culinary Diplomacy’s Role in the Immigrant Experience: Fiction and Memoirs of Middle Eastern Women, was published by Rowman & Littlefield. Dr. Gray's research interests include immigration, postcolonial theory, British literature 1900-1950, and Contemporary Black British, Asian, and Minority Ethnic literatures.
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Jennifer Leetsch

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John Hawley
Professor, Department of English
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PhD, University of Pennsylvania. Publications in postcolonial literatures and theory; gender studies; religion and literature. Former President of South Asian Literature Association; and US chapter of ACLALS; currently, executive council of African Literature Association.
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John Paul Belk

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Joseph Hankinson
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Currently researching for a DPhil at the University of Oxford on glottopolitics in the works of B. Kojo Laing and Robert Browning
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Jude Nwabuokei
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I'm a writer, freelance journalist and researcher. I have a Bachelor's degree in English a Masters Degree in Peace and Conflict Studies and another Masters degree in Digital Media and Communications. My research is woven around the Digital Humanities, Digital Media, Cultural Studies and Post Colonial Theory and Writing
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JUDITH MISRAHI-BARAK
A/Professor, English Department, University Paul-Valery Montpellier 3, France
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Dr Judith Misrahi-Barak, a former student at the Ecole Normale Supérieure, is Associate Professor at University Paul Valéry Montpellier 3, France. She currently teaches English and Postcolonial Literatures. She has published numerous articles on Caribbean and Indo- and Sino-Caribbean writers, and the diaspora (Atlantic Studies, Commonwealth, The Journal of Postcolonial Writing, Moving Worlds, The Journal of the Short Story in English, The Journal of Haitian Studies, The Journal of Transnational American Studies, Black Studies Papers, International Journal of Francophone Studies, Interculturel Francophonies …), as well as book chapters in edited collections (see Short CV for details). Her Doctorate was on the Writing of Childhood in Caribbean Literature. She is involved in many international networks, the current series being: ‘Ecotones : Encounters, Crossing, Communities’ including the three Guyanas, ‘The 3G Network’ https://emma.www.univ-montp3.fr and 'Thanatic Ethics: the Circulation of Bodies in Migratory Spaces' https://emma.www.univ-montp3.fr/fr/valorisation-partenariats/programmes-européens-et-internationaux/thanatic-ethics Her recent interests include Dalit literatures. She was Co-Investigator on the AHRC-funded Research Network Series 'Writing, Analysing, Translating Dalit Literature', 2014-16 (Principal Investigator Dr Nicole Thiara, Nottingham Trent University, Uk). https://dalitliterature.wordpress.com/about-us-2/ She is Co-Investigator of the Arts and Humanities Research Council Funded Project « On Page and on Stage: Celebrating Dalit and Adivasi Literatures and Performing Arts » (Follow-on Funding for Impact and Engagement; Principal Investigator: Dr Nicole Thiara, Nottingham Trent University; AH/S008608/1, 2020-21). She co-edited Dalit Literatures in India with Joshil K. Abraham (Routledge, 2016; 2nd edition 2018) https://www.routledge.com/products/9781138891944 as well as Dalit Text: Aesthetics and Politics Re-imagined, with K. Satyanarayana and N. Thiara https://www.routledge.com/Dalit-Text-Aesthetics-and-Politics-Re-imagined-1st-Edition/Misrahi-Barak-Satyanarayana-Thiara/p/book/9780367218416 She is General Editor of the series PoCoPages (Coll. ‘Horizons anglophones’, Presses universitaires de la Méditerranée, Montpellier), now on OpenEdition. http://www.pulm.fr/index.php/collections/horizons-anglophones/pocopages.html She is also Project Leader for the Indian Subcontinent for University Paul Valery Montpellier 3, and Erasmus Coordinator for the English Department
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Kaori Nagai
Lecturer in Victorian Literature, University of Kent
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Karen Thomas

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Kata Gyuris
PhD Candidate at Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest
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I'm currently working to finish my PhD in contemporary Anglophone and Francophone African fiction, focusing on representations of violence. I am interested in war literature and genocide studies as well as cultural engagements with human rights atrocities.
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Katherine Huber

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Kavitha Ganesan
Senior Lecturer at Universiti Malaysia Sabah
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I am a Senior Lecturer at Universiti Malaysia Sabah and have been primarily working on Malaysian Literature in English with a particular interest in female life-writings. I have a keen interest in studies related to national discourse and the ways in which the norms and limits of gender contest dominant narratives about the nation. Along this line of inquiry, my research includes an investigation of ethnicity/race, diaspora, and transnationalism as compounding issues in the debate leading to nationalism and national identity. My article on contemporary nature writings by Malaysian female life-writers of multi-ethnic origin has been published in the Journal of Postcolonial Writing (2019). My work on the Malaysian Indian life-writer who straddles both the English and Tamil literary writing tradition has been published in Rupkatha Journal on Interdisciplinary Studies in Humanities in February 2022.
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Kingsley Ugwuanyi
Lecturer
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Kingsley Oluchi Ugwuanyi teaches English at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. His research interests cut across sociolinguistics, world Englishes, and applied linguistics. He has also taught and published works in discourse analysis and Nigerian literature. He recently completed his doctoral research on the English language ownership perceptions of speakers of Nigerian English at Northumbria University.
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Laura Kennedy

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Lestari Manggong
Senior Lecturer of the English Studies Programme Universitas Padjadjaran, INDONESIA
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I am an assistant professor at the English Studies Programme, Department of Literature and Cultural Studies Universitas Padjadjaran Indonesia with field of expertise in English and American literature, postcolonial, narrative, and feminist studies. I teach American and English literature, American history, prose, and drama to undergraduate students. I earned my Master’s Degree in Postcolonial Studies from the School of English, University of Kent at Canterbury, England in 2002. I was also a participant of an exchange programme funded by the U.S. State Department ,Study in the U.S. Institutes (SUSI) in Contemporary American Literature at the University of Louisville, Kentucky in 2013.
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Lewis Ridgway

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Lina Ali

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LINDSEY MOORE
Reader in Postcolonial Literature, Lancaster University
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LOUISE BETHLEHEM
Associate Professor HUJI
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Louise Bethlehem is Associate Professor in the English Department and the former Chair of the Program in Cultural Studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Her book, Skin Tight: Apartheid Literary Culture and its Aftermath (Unisa Press, Brill 2006) was published in Hebrew translation by the dissident Tel Aviv publishing house Resling, in 2011. She has co-edited six volumes in the field of South African literature, African Studies and Cultural Studies including South Africa in the Global Imaginary , co-edited with Leon de Kock and Sonja Laden (Unisa, 2004); Violence & Non-Violence in Africa, co-edited with Pal Ahluwalia and Ruth Ginio (Routledge, 2007); and Rethinking Labour in Africa, Past and Present co-edited with Lynn Schler and Galia Sabar (Routledge, 2010). Most recently, she co-edited a special edition of Critical Arts together with Ashleigh Harris, entitled “Unruly Pedagogies, Migratory Interventions: Unsettling Cultural Studies” (26 [2] 2012). She is a fellow of the Africa Unit of the Harry S. Truman Institute for the Advancement of Peace at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. In December 2013, Dr. Bethlehem was awarded a prestigious European Research Council Consolidators Grant for a five-year project entitled “Apartheid—The Global Itinerary: South African Cultural Formations in Transnational Circulation 1948-1990.”
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Lucio De Capitani

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Lucy Rowland

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Madhurima Sen

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I am a postgraduate research student at the University of Oxford, studying for a DPhil in English. My research is on literature related to and inspired by the 1971 Bangladesh war. My aim is to bring into conversation war writings from Bangladesh, Pakistan, and India. My primary fields of work are postcolonial studies and literature related to violent conflicts. A major part of my research involves translating texts from Bengali and Urdu to English.
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Mairi Neeves

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Mara Mattoscio
Postdoctoral Researcher, "Gabriele d'Annunzio" University of Chieti and Pescara
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Mara Mattoscio is a Postdoctoral Researcher at the “Gabriele d’Annunzio” University of Chieti-Pescara (Italy). She holds a PhD in English Studies from the same institution, and further specialized at the NOGS Gender Studies, Utrecht University. She has edited, together with Megan C. MacDonald, a special section of Feminist Media Studies on “Gender, Migration, and the Media” (2018), and published extensively on Nadine Gordimer, J. M. Coetzee, Christoph Schlingensief, and Abdellatif Kechiche. Her monograph "Corpi affetti. Il Sudafrica di Nadine Gordimer dalla pagina allo schermo" (Mimesis, 2018) is the first to be entirely dedicated to Gordimer’s active engagement with filmic adaptation.
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Marco Galea

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Maria Neuber

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Martin Ottovay Jorgensen

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Matt Whittle

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Mayowa Saja

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Md Mujib Ullah

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Mohammad Hossein Abedi Valoojerdi
Research assistant, Faculty member
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Associate professor in UPHSD, Research Assistant, Poet Mohammad Hossein Abedi currently is a faculty member and works at the Research Center, University of Perpetual Help System DALTA. His doctoral dissertation is "Postcolonial Gothic and Identity in Nick Joaquin’s Works," and his current project is "The Environmental imagination of Joaquin."
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Muzna Rahman
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Lecturer in Literature at Manchester Metropolitan University.
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Nadia Kiwan

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Namrata Verghese

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Nasia Anam

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Nayera Hassan
Assistant Professor of English Literature
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Nayera M. Hassan is an assistant professor of English Literature in the English department, College of Arts, Jouf University, Saudi Arabia. Receiving her Bachelor's degree in 1998, she has been appointed as a demonstrator. She has got her MA in 2005, then a PhD in 2011 in English Literature. She has published a paper titled "From the Traumas of the Caribbean to a Revival of Resistant Literature: A West Indian Discourse " in Journal of Ethnic and Cultural Studies . Another paper titled "A Prescription for Dislocation at the Time of Globalization: A Study Of Caryl Phillips's Crossing the River" is published in International Journal of English Language, Literature and Translation Studies (IJELR). She holds an interest in dealing with YA fiction, Postcolonial Studies and the contemporary problems related to minorities and ethnicities.
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Nicola Wheeler

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Nikolai Jeffs

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Olivia Catalán
Professor and Translator
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I am a student of literature and human rights. My current research is about the Holocaust.
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Paul Veyret

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PAULINE DODGSON-KATIYO

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Pauline Dodgson-Katiyo has held a number of posts in UK higher education including Head of English at Newman University and Dean of the School of Arts and Letters at Anglia Ruskin University. She researches and writes on African literature, especially Zimbabwean and Somali, and contemporary women's writing.
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Petricia Nirmala

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Philip Leonard

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Ponpavi Sangsuradej

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A PhD candidate in Burmese History at SOAS, University of London
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Prashant Maurya
Senior Research Fellow
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Prashant Maurya is currently a Senior Research Fellow in the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, IIT Roorkee, Uttarakhand, India. He has obtained his UG and PG degrees in English from Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India. His areas of interest are Literature & History, Historical Fiction, Film & Literature, and Indian Writing in English. He is also a Teaching Assistant at his Institute and engages Communicative English classes of undergraduate students at the first-year level.
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Prateek Shankar

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Priyanka Chaudhary

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R E Langford

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RACHAEL GILMOUR

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RACHEL FOX

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Rachel Tough
Doctoral Researcher
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I am a PhD candidate in the School of International Development at the University of East Anglia. My doctoral research will produce an ethnographic study of the COVID-19 pandemic in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Before starting my PhD, I worked as a public policy analyst at City Hall in London. I also contributed to an APPG inquiry report on the future of UK-Sudan relations, completed internships with BRAC in Bangladesh and in Amnesty International’s International Secretariat in the South East Asia team. I completed my BA in East Asian Studies at the School of East Asian Studies, University of Sheffield and my MA in International Development at the Institute of Development Policy and Management, University of Manchester. I am a Cumberland Lodge Fellow and an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (Membership number PR185912, obtained 03/11/2020). I am also an Associate Student at SOAS.
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Rebecca Anastasi

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REHANA AHMED

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REHNUMA SAZZAD

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Rena Jackson
Sessional Lecturer and Tutor
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I recently completed my PhD studies at the University of Manchester, with a thesis titled 'Metropolitan Dissent in Thomas Hardy's Fiction: Class, Gender, Empire'. My PhD research departs from a critical tradition in Hardy studies that has so far tended to interpret empire in the fiction in terms of the colonisation of Wessex. Instead, it focuses on the entanglement of Wessex with overseas imperial spaces, arguing for multiple, and, more importantly, deeply uneven forms of contact with the empire. My other areas of interest include cultural materialism, world-systems theory, theories of nationalism, 'thing' theory, labour history and imperial history. I am currently a sessional lecturer and tutor at the University of Salford, with previous teaching experience at the University of Manchester. I have two published articles with the Thomas Hardy Journal (2009 & 2014), a co-authored piece, 'Empire', in the edited volume Thomas Hardy in Context (CUP, 2013), and three book reviews in the Thomas Hardy Journal (2013) and the Journal of Postcolonial Writing (2014 & 2015). In 2013-2015, I was a steering committee member of the Manchester Postcolonial Reading Group, which included themed reading sessions, in addition to cross-disciplinary ateliers with leading academics to discuss their work-in-progress. In January 2016, I co-organised the major public-facing Northern Postcolonial Network workshop and twinned symposium on the topics of 'Asylum, Refuge, Migration', jointly hosted by the universities of Salford and Manchester.
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Ricardo Gonsalves

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RJ Lim

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ROBERT SPENCER

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Rósa María Hjörvar
Ph.d. student
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Born in Reykjavík, Iceland. Cand. litt. from the University of Copenhagen. Ph.d. Student at the University of Iceland.
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Samantha Williams-Gray

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Seetha Sagaran

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A Lifestyle Consultant, Motivational Speaker, Personal Development Trainer by profession, Seetha is an English research student (Distance) with the University of Exeter (UK). She has co-authored two motivational books, 'Your Dose of Motivation' published in 2020 and 'Women Who Inspire' in 2021.
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SHARAE DECKARD
Lecturer in World Literature
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Dr. Sharae Deckard is a permanent Lecturer in World Literature (with tenure) in the School of English, University College Dublin. Her current research interests include postcolonial literature and the environment, world-systems and world-ecology approaches to world literature, neoliberalism and the (eco)gothic. She is a collaborator with a with the Warwick Research collective (WReC) investigating the aesthetics of world literature.
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SHARON PILLAI

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Shefali Banerji
PhD Researcher | University of Vienna
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I am a Ph.D. Researcher working in the field of Performance Poetry and Postcolonial Studies. I am currently associated with the Poetry Off the Page project at the University of Vienna, where my subproject is jointly supervised at Goldsmiths London, looking at the origin, development, and influences of the British spoken-word play. Previously, I was a Ph.D. Student at Trinity College Dublin, working on the short stories of Jean Rhys. Broadly, my research interests also include Modern and Contemporary (Print) Poetry, Global (South) Anglophone Literatures, and Gender + Queer Studies.
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Shelley Angelie Saggar

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Shital Pravinchandra

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Shivani Rajkomar
Lecturer in English and Cultural Studies, University of Mauritius
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Silvia Gerlsbeck
Research Staff, Lecturer, PhD Candidate
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My research focuses predominately on postcolonial and Black British writing, especially on Anglo-Caribbean literature and culture in the period since Windrush, as well as masculinity studies, theories and forms of fashioning and staging authorship and subjectivity theories. My teaching and further interests include British and anglophone literature and culture from the early modern period until today, with an emphasis on intertextuality, postcolonial theory, body studies, interculturality, and literary history and theory. Currently, I am working on my Dissertation, provisionally entitled “New Portraits of the Writer (and the Reader)? Negotiating Authorship, Ethnicity, and Masculinity in the Anglo-Caribbean Artist Novel”, in which I examine desires and discourses involved in authorship and writerly subject formation.
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SIMON OBENDORF

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Simona Klimková

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Simona Klimkova works as an assistant professor at the Department of English and American Studies of the Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra, Slovakia where she lectures and teaches courses on British and postcolonial literature. Her research focuses primarily on the area of postcolonial studies and postcolonial writing. Dr. Klimkova is the co-author of the following monographs: Cultural encounters in contemporary literature, Multicultural Awareness: Reading Ethnic Writing and Literature and Culture.
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Siti Nuraishah Ahmad
Assistant Professor
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Somanand Saraswati

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Sophia Ioannides

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Sophie Montebello

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Sophy Kohler

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SOURIT BHATTACHARYA
PhD Candidate, University of Warwick
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Sourit Bhattacharya is a second year PhD candidate in English and Comparative Literary Studies at the University of Warwick. He works in historical crisis and literary realism in the post-independent Indian novel. His PhD is funded by the Chancellor's International Scholarship and is being co-supervised by Prof Neil Lazarus and Prof Pablo Mukherjee. Sourit has a BA and MA in English from Presidency College, University of Calcutta and Jadavpur University, and an MPhil in Social Sciences from CSSSC, Jadavpur University. Before joining Warwick, he taught as part time faculty in English at Rani Birla Girls' College (University of Calcutta). Sourit's broader areas of interest include colonial and postcolonial studies, especially South Asia and Southern Africa, world literature, environmental studies, materialist aesthetics, and literary representations of everyday. He has presented conference papers and published on related topics in edited books and peer-reviewed journals. He also co-edits Sanglap: Journal of Literary and Cultural Inquiry. A list of his publications can be tracked at https://warwick.academia.edu/SouritBhattacharya
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Sue Walsh

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Sumbul Nasim

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Sutanuka Ghosh

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Sutida WIMUTTIKOSOL

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Talia Velez

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Tamar Steinitz
Lecturer in English and World Literature
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Thomas Lockwood-Moran

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Thomas Houlton

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TIMWA LIPENGA

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Tinashe Mushakavanhu

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TO Molefe

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Tori Bush

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Tracy Stephens

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TREASA DELOUGHRY

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Urmi Satyan

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valentina pedone

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Vivek Santayana

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Viviana Pupeza

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wachana sermsathanasawat

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Waiyee Loh

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Wendy McMahon

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Y Ong

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Zehra Kazmi

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Zohra Mehellou
Assistant Professor
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Zulfqar Hyder
Assistant Professor
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