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Nikhil Singh

Nikhil is Associate Professor of History, University of Washington, and author of Black Is a Country: Race And the Unfinished Struggle for Democracy, 2005. His current work examines terrorism, U.S. foreign policy, and the post-9/11 world.

Craig Seligman

Craig is a book critic for Bloomberg News, a former editor at several publications, including The New Yorker and Salon, and the author of Sontag & Kael: Opposites Attract Me, which was nominated for the National Book Critics Circle Award in 2004.

Leland Poague

Leland is a Professor of English, Iowa State University, is the author, with Kathy Parsons, of Susan Sontag: an Annotated Bibliography, 1948-1991, and editor of Conversations with Susan Sontag.

Nancy K. Miller

Nancy is Distinguished Professor of English and Comparative Literature at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. She is the author of numerous books including Subject to Change: Reading Feminist Writing; Getting Personal: Feminist Occasions and Other Autobiographical Acts; Bequest and Betrayal: Memoirs of a Parent’s Death; But Enough About Me: Why We Read Other People’s Lives and other works.

Wayne Koestenbaum

Wayne is Professor of English at the CUNY Graduate Center in New York. His numerous works include the poetry volumes Ode to Anna Moffo and Other Poems, 1990 and The Milk of Inquiry, 1999. His critical works include The Queen’s Throat: Opera, Homosexuality, and the Mystery of Desire, 1993; Andy Warhol, 2001; and Hotel Theory, 2007.

Liam Kennedy

Liam is director of the Clinton Institute for American Studies at the University of Dublin, and Professor of American Studies. He is the author of Susan Sontag: Mind as Passion, 1995 and Race and Urban Space in American Culture, 2000. He is co-editor of Urban Space and Representation, 1999 and City Sites: An Electronic Book, 2000, and editor of Remaking Birmingham: the Visual Culture of Urban Regeneration, 2004.

Neil Jumonville

Neil is William Warren Rogers Professor of History and chair of the History Department at Florida State University. He is the author of Henry Steele Commager: Midcentury Liberalism and the History of the Present, 1999 and Critical Crossings: The New York Intellectuals in Postwar America, 1991. He is also the editor of The New York Intellectuals Reader, and co-editor (with Kevin Mattson) of Liberalism for a New Century, which addresses the question of liberalism in the post-9/11 world.

Adam Green

Adam is Associate Professor of History at the University of Chicago. With Charles M. Payne, Adam co-edited Time Longer than Rope: A Century of African American Activism, 1850-1950, published in 2003, and wrote Selling the Race: Culture and Community in Black Chicago, 1940-1955, published in 2007.