Authors

Jackson, Trevor

Trevor Jackson is an assistant professor of history at George Washington University. He teaches and researches the history of inequality and the history of financial crisis.

Jackson, Lauren Michele

Lauren Michele Jackson teaches in the Departments of English and African American Studies at Northwestern University. She holds a PhD in English language and literature from the University of Chicago ...
Jeanne-Marie Jackson

Jackson, Jeanne-Marie

Jeanne-Marie Jackson is an assistant professor of world anglophone literature at Johns Hopkins University. She received her PhD from Yale in 2012. The author of South African Literature’s Russian ...
Michelle Jackson

Jackson, Michelle

Michelle Jackson is an assistant professor of sociology at Stanford University. Her research examines the power and persistence of socioeconomic background in shaping life chances in late-industrial ...

Jacobs, Anna

Anna Jacobs works as a freelance political risk consultant on the Maghreb region. She was the Academic Director for SIT Study Abroad program, Field Studies in Journalism and New Media, as well as an ...
Karl Jacoby

Jacoby, Karl

Karl Jacoby is the Allan Nevins Professor of American History at Columbia University. He is the author of Shadows at Dawn: A Borderlands Massacre and the Violence of History (Penguin, 2008) and The ...

Jagose, Annamarie

Annamarie Jagose is dean of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at the University of Sydney, having previously held positions at the University of Auckland and the University of Melbourne. She is ...

Jain, Anab

Anab Jain is a designer, filmmaker, and cofounder of Superflux, a critically acclaimed foresight, design, and technology company in London, working for clients like the V&A, Google, DeepMind, Red ...

Jain, S. Lochlann

S. Lochlann Jain is Associate Professor of Anthropology at Stanford University and the author of Malignant: How Cancer Becomes Us (2013).
Linda Jaivin

Jaivin, Linda

Linda Jaivin is the author of 11 long-form works, including seven novels, five of which are set in Sydney and two in China, as well as the China memoir The Monkey and the Dragon (2001). Her first ...

James, David

David James is a professor of English at the University of Birmingham. His most recent books are Discrepant Solace (Oxford University Press, 2019) and (as editor) Modernism and Close Reading (Oxford ...

Jameson, Fredric

Fredric Jameson is Distinguished Professor of Comparative Literature at Duke University and the author of many books, including Postmodernism; or, The Cultural Logic of Late Capitalism; The Cultural ...

Jandl, Nathan

Nathan Jandl’s writing has appeared in The Believer, Kenyon Review Online, Ninth Letter, Edge Effects, Midwestern Gothic, and Modern Philology. He received his PhD in English from the University of ...

Janzen, Rebecca

Rebecca Janzen is an assistant professor of Spanish and comparative literature in the Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures at the University of South Carolina. She is the author of The ...
Claire Jarvis

Jarvis, Claire

Claire Jarvis is the author of Exquisite Masochism: Marriage, Sex, and the Novel Form (2016). She is currently working on a book about Barbara Pym and Dorothy L. Sayers.
Jill Jarvis

Jarvis, Jill

Jill Jarvis is a literary scholar on the faculty of the French department at Yale. Her forthcoming book, “Decolonizing Memory: Algeria and the Politics of Testimony,” brings together close readings ...

Jauregui, Beatrice

Beatrice Jauregui is Research Fellow, Emmanuel College, University of Cambridge, and co-editor of Anthropology and Global Counterinsurgency (2010). She is completing a book manuscript titled ...

Jelly-Schapiro, Joshua

Joshua Jelly-Schapiro is the author of Island People: The Caribbean and the World, and the co-editor of Nonstop Metropolis: A New York City Atlas. He is a visiting scholar at the Institute for Public ...

Jenkins, Destin

Destin Jenkins is the Neubauer Family Assistant Professor of History at the University of Chicago. His research centers on the linkages between racial capitalism, inequality, and the built ...

Jensen, Katherine

Katherine Jensen is a graduate student in the department of sociology at the University of Texas, Austin. She works on racial politics, identity, and citizenship in Latin America.

Jeon, Joseph Jonghyun

Joseph Jonghyun Jeon is Associate Professor of English and Asian American Studies at Pomona College. He is the author of Racial Things, Racial Forms: Objecthood in Avant-Garde Asian American Poetry ...

Jerolmack, Colin

Colin Jerolmack is an assistant professor of sociology and environmental studies at New York University. His first book, The Global Pigeon: How Animals Shape City Life, is forthcoming from the ...

Jian, Ma

A novelist, poet, and visual artist, Ma Jian worked as a journalist reporting on Chinese trade unions before being exiled to Hong Kong by the Communist Party for his political satires. The hero of ...

Jiang, Alex

Alex is a sixth grader, and he draws a comic called Lazy Wolf. This started as a school art project but for Alex here, it became his favorite venture. Besides drawing, he also enjoys piano, tennis ...
Ryan Cecil Jobson

Jobson, Ryan Cecil

Ryan Cecil Jobson is Neubauer Family Assistant Professor of Anthropology at the University of Chicago. His research principally examines issues of energy and sovereignty in the colonial and ...
Kesewa John

John, Kesewa

Kesewa John is a PhD student at the University of Chichester and a dissertation fellow at the Université des Antilles, where she coordinates the Translating Blackness project. She is interested in ...
Jessica Marie Johnson

Johnson, Jessica Marie

Jessica Marie Johnson is assistant professor in the department of history at Johns Hopkins University and the author of Wicked Flesh: Black Women, Intimacy, and Freedom in the Atlantic World ...

Johnson, Emily D.

Emily D. Johnson is an associate professor of Russian at the University of Oklahoma. She writes articles and books on the city of St. Petersburg, the legacy of the Soviet labor camp system, and ...
Eleanor Johnson

Johnson, Eleanor

Eleanor Johnson is an associate professor of English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University. She is the author of Practicing Literary Theory in the Middle Ages (University of Chicago ...
Martha S. Jones

Jones, Martha S.

Martha S. Jones is the Society of Black Alumni Presidential Professor and Professor of History at Johns Hopkins University. She is the author of Birthright Citizens: A History of Race and Rights in ...

Jonsson, Fredrik Albritton

Fredrik Albritton Jonsson is an associate professor of British history and the history of science at the University of Chicago. He is the author of Enlightenment’s Frontier: The Scottish Highlands ...

Joseph, Abigail

Abigail Joseph completed her PhD in English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University in 2012. She teaches in the Expository Writing Program at NYU and is working on a book about the ...
Annette Joseph Gabriel

Joseph-Gabriel, Annette

Annette Joseph-Gabriel is a scholar of French and Francophone Studies with specializations in global feminisms, literature and culture of the African diaspora, and slavery in the French Atlantic. Her ...

Jouet, Mugambi

Mugambi Jouet is a French scholar and human rights lawyer. He will begin teaching at Stanford Law School in September as a Thomas C. Grey Fellow.

Joyner, Alec

Alec Joyner is a PhD candidate in English and comparative literature at Columbia University, where he primarily studies US fiction of the 20th century. His writing has also appeared in Full Stop and ...

Joyrich, Lynne

Lynne Joyrich is Professor of Modern Culture and Media at Brown University.  She is the author of Re-viewing Reception: Television, Gender, and Postmodern Culture and of articles on film, television ...

Jude, Gretchen

Gretchen Jude is a performer and sound artist who has spent a dozen summers in Japan. Her work has been presented in Europe, East Asia, and across the US, including her home state of Idaho. She holds ...

Judge, Rajbir Singh

Rajbir Singh Judge is a postdoctoral research fellow in the Institute for Religion, Culture, and Public Life and a lecturer in the Department of Religion at Columbia University.

Jue, Melody

Melody Jue is an associate professor of English at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Drawing on her experience of becoming a scuba diver, her book Wild Blue Media: Thinking through ...