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MemberElina Siltanen

…PhD, double degree from the University of Turku, Finland and Luleå University of Technology, Sweden, 2014….

My work focuses on contemporary American experimental poetry. My current research project is about reading experimental US poetry with a focus on emotion. I have been writing, for instance, about conceptual and post-conceptual poetry with reference to emotion. My book, Experimentalism as Reciprocal Communication in Contemporary American Poetry: John Ashbery, Lyn Hejinian, Ron Silliman came out from John Benjamins in 2016. The book presents a way of reading these poets’ work as reciprocal communication, where meaning-making happens in the community of readers, writers, and texts. Published in the FILLM Studies in Languages and Literatures series, the book is aimed at a double audience: those who are experts in contemporary poetry but also for others scholars and students who may not know about experimental poetry but are nevertheless interested in findings in the field.

MemberJoshua Abah ABAH

JOSHUA ABAH ABAH is a researcher and an erudite scholar in Mathematics Education at the Department of Mathematics Education, University of Agriculture, Makurdi, Nigeria. His Research interests are in Mathematics Education, Instructional Design, Statistical Computing, Ethnomathematics, and Technology of Mathematics Education. He is presently working on the deployment of culture-based technological solutions in the teaching and learning of mathematics. He believes that a good blend of digital technology and ethnomathematics enriches mathematics education in general.

MemberBen Miller

Ben Miller completed his PhD in Comparative Literature at Emory University (2009).  Prior to joining the faculty at Emory in 2018, Dr. Miller held positions at Georgia State University, the University of North Florida, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and the Georgia Institute of Technology.  Dr. Miller’s primary scholarly focus is in the digital humanities, natural language processing, collective memory and identity, and computational narratology.  His work has been funded by the National Science Foundation, the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Department of Defense, and others, and has appeared in Digital Scholarship in the Humanities, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, and Cityscape.