CONTRIBUTORS, 1.1 Fall 2016
Jonathan P. Lewis is an assistant professor of English at Troy University. He teaches composition and literature courses and has previously published on Ishmael Reed, J.D. Salinger, J.K. Rowling, and Neal Stephenson. He edited a collection of essays on Stephenson, Tomorrow Through the Past (2006), and has a new essay on Snow Crash and The Diamond Age forthcoming in Extrapolation.
Michelle Martin-Baron is an Assistant Professor of Women's Studies at Hobart and William Smith Colleges in Geneva, NY. Michelle earned her Ph.D. in Performance Studies at the University of California, Berkeley and completed her undergraduate studies at Brandeis University. Her research examines large-scale public mourning rites as performances of national belonging through a queer framework. Performances of nation and community are a central theme in her other research interests, which include feminist and queer theory and Chicana feminism and visual culture.