ALEXANDRINA AGLORO is assistant professor of science, technology, and innovation in the borderlands at the School for the Future of Innovation in Society at Arizona State University.
ABDUL ALKALIMAT is a scholar-activist and author of Rethinking Afro-Cuba and coeditor of The Wall of Respect: Public Art and Black Liberation in 1960s Chicago and Black Toledo: A Documentary History of the African American Experience in Toledo, Ohio.
SUZAN ALTERI is the curator of the Baldwin Library of Historical Children’s Literature and the head of Rare Print for the Special and Area Studies Collections at the University of Florida.
PAUL BARRETT is assistant professor in the School of English and Theatre Studies at the University of Guelph. He is author of Blackening Canada: Diaspora, Race, Multiculturalism and the forthcoming ’Membering Austin Clarke and Digital Humanities in Canada.
SAYAN BHATTACHARYYA is lecturer in the Department of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences at the Singapore University of Technology and Design.
AGATA BŁOCH is a lecturer at Warsaw University Institute of Iberian and Ibero-American Studies.
MICHAŁ BOJANOWSKI is assistant professor in the Department of Quantitative Methods and Information Technology at Kozminski University.
SONYA DONALDSON is associate professor of English and director of the Lee Hagan Africana Studies Center at New Jersey City University.
ANNE DONLON is project manager for digital initiatives at the Modern Language Association.
LAURENT DUBOIS is professor of romance studies and history at Duke University. He is the author of six books, including Avengers of the New World, Haiti: The Aftershocks of History, The Banjo: America’s African Instrument, and, most recently, The Language of the Game: How to Understand Soccer.
AMY E. EARHART is associate professor of English at Texas A&M University. She is author of Traces of the Old, Uses of the New: The Emergence of Digital Literary Studies and coeditor, with Andrew Jewell, of The American Literature Scholar in the Digital Age.
SCHUYLER ESPRIT is the director of Create Caribbean Research Institute, based in Dominica, and research officer for graduate studies and research at the University of the West Indies, Open Campus.
DEMIVAL VASQUES FILHO is a PhD candidate at the University of Auckland, New Zealand.
DAVID KIRKLAND GARNER is a composer, teacher, and scholar. His music seeks to reconfigure past sounds—from Bach to minimalism to the banjo—into new sonic shapes and directions. He is assistant professor of composition and theory at the University of South Carolina.
ALEX GIL is the digital scholarship librarian at Columbia University Libraries. He is coeditor of archipelagos and of the In the Same Boats project.
KAIAMA L. GLOVER is Ann Whitney Olin professor of French and Africana studies at Barnard College, Columbia University. She is author of Haiti Unbound: A Spiralist Challenge to the Postcolonial Canon and A Regarded Self: Caribbean Womanhood and the Ethics of Disorderly Being (forthcoming). She is coeditor of archipelagos and of the In the Same Boats project.
D. FOX HARRELL is professor of digital media and artificial intelligence at MIT in the comparative media studies program and the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL). He is director of the MIT Center for Advanced Virtuality. He is author of Phantasmal Media: An Approach to Imagination, Computation, and Expression.
HÉLÈNE HUET is the European studies librarian at the University of Florida and chair of the Florida Digital Humanities Consortium (FLDH).
KELLY BAKER JOSEPHS is professor of English at York College, CUNY and professor of English and digital humanities at the CUNY Graduate Center. She is author of Disturbers of the Peace: Representations of Madness in Anglophone Caribbean Literature and founder and former editor of sx salon: a small axe literary platform.
MARY CATON LINGOLD is assistant professor of English at Virginia Commonwealth University. She is the coeditor of Digital Sound Studies.
ANGEL DAVID NIEVES is professor of Africana studies, history, and digital humanities at Northeastern University. He is author of An Architecture of Education: African American Women Design the New South.
DANIELLE OLSON is a PhD candidate at the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) and research assistant at the MIT Center for Advanced Virtuality.
TUNDE OPEIBI (Ope-Davies) is professor of English, digital cultures, and discourse studies at the University of Lagos, Nigeria.
JAMILA MOORE PEWU is assistant professor of digital humanities and new media in history at California State University, Fullerton. She directs the public digital humanities projects Mapping Arts OC and Art of the Matter. She cocurated the exhibition Reimagining Little Liberia: Restoration and Reunion.
ANNE RICE is associate professor of Africana studies and director of women’s and gender studies at Lehman College CUNY. She teaches writing and Africana studies at Sing Sing Prison for Mercy College through the Hudson Link for Higher Education in Prison.
ROOPIKA RISAM is associate professor of secondary and higher education and English at Salem State University. She is author of New Digital Worlds: Postcolonial Digital Humanities in Theory, Praxis, and Pedagogy and coeditor of Intersectionality in Digital Humanities.
SERCAN ŞENGÜN is assistant professor of creative technologies (game design) at Illinois State University.
JANNEKEN SMUCKER is professor of history at West Chester University and coeditor of Oral History Review.
LAURIE N. TAYLOR is senior director for library technology and digital strategies at the University of Florida, George A. Smathers Libraries.
TONIESHA L. TAYLOR is department chair and associate professor of communication arts and sciences at Texas Southern University.