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MemberKevin Sedeño-Guillén

Dr. Kevin Sedeño-Guillén is a visiting assistant professor in the Spanish and Portuguese department at Colorado College. He is a Latin Americanist with an emphasis in colonial Latin America and a comparative focus in the Caribbean and Andean regions. His main area of expertise is the historiography of Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Spanish-American literary criticism. He has experience teaching Spanish Language at all levels, but he has a special concentration on academic and creative writing coaching. He has widely published on Reinaldo Arenas, Antonio Benítez-Rojo, Pedro Blas Julio, Rómulo Bustos Aguirre, Alejo Carpentier, Gabriel García Márquez, José Lezama Lima, Dulce María Loynaz, Rafael María Merchán, Manuel del Socorro Rodríguez, and María Zambrano, among other authors. He co-edited the collection of essays La narrativa de Mayra Montero: hacia una literatura transnacional caribeña (2008). Sedeño-Guillén’s research has been generously supported by the Biblioteca Nacional de Colombia, Cuban Heritage Collection of University of Miami, University of Kentucky Graduate School and Ibero-American Society of Eighteenth-Century Studies. He is currently working to transform his dissertation, Modernidades contra-natura: crítica ilustrada, prensa periódica y cultura manuscrita en el siglo XVIII americano, into a book.

MemberKari L. Fletcher

Kari L. Fletcher, Ph.D., MSW is an Associate Professor, MSW Program Director, and the Coordinator of Area of Emphasis in Military Practice in the St. Catherine University-University of St. Thomas School of Social Work. She received her Ph.D. in Social Work from Smith College and her Masters of Social Work from Widener University. Her experience working with military/veteran-connected populations across age cohorts within direct practice contexts spans 20 years and includes affiliations with the VA (as a Clinical Social Worker, 2000-2010), Vet Center (as an External Consultant, 2014-present) and Military OneSource (as a psychotherapist, 2015-present). Dr. Fletcher’s scholarship focuses on support systems for military/veteran-connected populations in clinical practice, higher education, and community-based settings.  

MemberRuth-Ellen St. Onge

Pronouns: she/her/hers I am a first generation PhD and librarian from a working-class settler family in Northern Ontario, Canada. I lived in Toronto for several years before relocating to the United States in 2015 in order to join the curatorial staff at Rare Book School at the University of Virginia. During my graduate studies, I worked at the rare book library and research centre, Joseph Sablé Centre for 19th Century French Studies, and taught undergraduate French as a Second Language and French Cultural Studies courses in the Department of French at the University of Toronto. My interdisciplinary doctoral dissertation focused on publishers of poetry in 19th century France and entailed several summers of conducting research at the Bibliothèque nationale de France and at the Archives départementales de l’Orne. My current research has shifted towards the study of contemporary graphic novels and comic book culture and to special collections librarianship.

MemberDaniel Knitter

Hi! I am a postdoc at the Physical Geography unit of Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel. Since my Master I work with prehistoric and classical archaeologists in different research projects mainly in central Europe, Greece, and Turkey. Together we investigate human-society-landscape-environment interactions. My main methodological tools are quantitative spatial analyses using models as heuristic devices. Besides landscape archeology, I am interested in (critical physical) geography, reproducible research, philosophy of science, inter-, and transdisciplinarity.

MemberGeorge Bernard

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MemberMarco Heiles

Ich bin Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter im Lehr- und Forschungsgebiet Germanistik/Mediävistik am Institut für Germanistische und Allgemeine Literaturwissenschaft der RWTH Aachen University. Im Sommersemester 2018 war ich Petra-Kappert-Fellow am SFB 950 ‘Manuskriptkulturen in Asien, Afrika und Europa’ an der Universität Hamburg. Nach dem Studium der Germanistik an den Universitäten Bonn und Oxford, war ich von April 2012 bis Juli 2015 Stipendiat im Graduiertenkolleg des SFB 950 der Universität Hamburg und wurde dort im Oktober 2016 von der Fakultät für Geisteswissenschaften im Fach Germanistik promoviert. Meine Dissertation zur “Lesersteuerung in deutschsprachigen Losbüchern des ausgehenden Mittelalters” ist 2018 unter dem Titel “Das Losbuch. Manuskriptologie einer Textsorte des 14.bis 16. Jahrhunderts” in der Reihe “Beihefte zum Archiv für Kulturgeschichte” im Böhlau Verlag erscheinen. Arbeitsschwerpunkte Forschung: Manuskriptforschung, Edition, Digital Philology Ausgrenzungsdiskurse, Magie und Divination, Rezeptliteratur, Lyriküberlieferung Lehre: Höfische Klassik, Spätmittelalterliche Literatur, Fachliteratur, Handschriften, Früher Buchdruck, Edition, Digitale Arbeitstechniken