MemberOladipupo Abiodun Oyeleye

Oladipupo Oyeleye is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of English, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Oladipupo studies Post-2000 African and African diasporic literature and music through the prism of Afropolitanism as a theory of reading Global Africa. Oladipupo holds Masters degrees in English and African American studies. Oladipupo is also a blogger, and an advocate for connecting scholarship in the Humanities to the needs of the public. He currently works at the Center for the Public Humanities as the Public Humanities Exchange Program (HEX-U) coordinator for undergraduates at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Oladipupo works with HEX-U scholars to design and implement community projects that draw upon humanities scholarship and methods.

MemberKath Burton

I am currently co-convener of the Public Humanities and Publishing working group. Specializing in portfolio development at Routledge, I have held a number of editorial roles within the Humanities division at Routledge journals and have specific interests in supporting research communities and researchers make connections within and beyond academia. Specialist knowledge of scholarly communications in social sciences, arts and humanities global research ecosystem and a background in both books and journals publishing.