Founding Editor: Henry Krips, is professor of cultural studies and Andrew W. Mellon All Claremont Chair of Humanities at Claremont Graduate University. He specializes in contemporary European cultural theory, psychoanalysis, and science studies – especially the work of Michel Foucault, Jacques Lacan and Slavoj Zizek. He is on the board of the Association for Psychoanalysis, Culture and Society, and chairs the division for Theories of Culture in the American Cultural Studies Association.
Founding Editor: Eve Oishi, is associate professor of cultural studies at Claremont Graduate University. She specializes in Asian American, experimental and queer literature, film and media studies. She is Co-Principal Investigator of the Race and Independent Media Project at the UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center. She is also an independent film and video curator.
Assistant Editor: Andrew Long, has published articles about politics in the middle east, Orientalism and cultural studies, pamphleteering and modernity, and on authors ranging from Richard Burton to George Orwell. His book Reading Arabia: British Orientalism in the Age of Mass Publication, 1880-1930 was published in 2015 by Syracuse University Press.
Assistant Editor: Ned Weidner is a doctoral candidate in Cultural Studies at Claremont Graduate University and an English instructor at Fullerton College. He has published articles about campus diversity and the role of smell in the construction social space.
Online Editor: Sean Capener
Marlene L. Daut, Ph.D. (University of Notre Dame)
Claremont Graduate University: English and Cultural Studies
Paul Faulstich, Ph.D. (University of Hawaii)
Pitzer College: Environmental Studies
Jennifer Friedlander, Ph.D. (University of Pittsburgh)
Pomona College: Art History & Media Studies
Joshua Goode, Ph.D. (University of California, Los Angeles)
Claremont Graduate University: Cultural Studies and History