benjamin brucato

Benjamin Brucato

(PhD, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 2015) Ben works in science and technology studies and surveillance studies, and writes about the new visibility of policing as a consequence of ubiquitous surveillance and, especially, cellphone sousveillance.

pat chu

Pat Chu

(PhD, University of Chicago, 1997) Patricia focuses on British and American modernism and ethnic literature, and is writing on “The American Genome Project: A Biopolitical History of the American Ethnoracial Novel.”

max mueller

Max P Mueller

(PhD, Harvard, 2015) Max is a religion scholar writing about the racialized histories and doctrines of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS) to consider how nineteenth-century Americans turned to religion to solve the early American republic’s “race problem.”

matthew schilleman

Matthew Schilleman

(PhD, UC Irvine, 2012) Matthew’s research interests include modernism, media theory, book history, digital humanities, and deconstruction. His current book project, Typewriter Psyche: Office Media and the Techno-Inscriptive Origins of Modernism, investigates the psycho-social effects of inscriptive mechanization in the early twentieth-century office.