CONTRIBUTORS, 1.2 Winter 2017
Kyle David Byron recently completed an M.A. in American Studies at University of Wyoming. He teaches for the Department of Religious Studies at University of Wyoming and is preparing to begin his Ph.D. work in the fall of 2017. His research explores ethnographic and sensory avenues for studying religious conservatism in the United States.
Sean Cashbaugh is a Professional Writing Consultant at Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ. Sean earned his Ph.D. in American Studies at the University of Texas at Austin in 2016. His research explores cultures of American radicalism, political aesthetics, and underground subcultures. His writing has appeared in The Journal for the Study of Radicalism, Science & Society, and Working USA: A Journal of Labor and Society.
Jeremy R. Ricketts is an Assistant Professor of English at Bethel University in Tennessee where he teaches literature, composition, and honors courses. He has published essays on literature, film, and television, and his research concerns how texts, broadly defined, shape people's perceptions of communal and ethnic identity.