Faridoun Farrokh was born and educated in Iran where he began a teaching career, initially in schools and later at the universities in Shiraz and Mashhad, his hometown, after completing graduate studies in the U.S. Currently, he is a professor of English at Texas A&M International University, where he has taught for the past sixteen years. His academic specialty and research interests are in the eighteenth-century English literature and contemporary Iranian fiction as well as literary translation.
Wiebke Keim is a German sociologist at CRNS in Strasbourg, France, and coordinates, through the Albert Ludwigs University of Freiburg, Germany, a major research programme on circulating knowledge b
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Jesse Ross Knutson
Jesse Ross Knutson, teacher and activist, is Assistant Professor of Sanskrit in the department of Indo-Pacific Languages and Literatures at the University of Hawaii at Manoa.
Maya Pandit is a poet, translator, teacher developer and an activist who has been involved with the women’s movement in India and alternative theatre movement in Maharashtra for the last three de
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Nandita Dhawan is Assistant Professor, School of Women's Studies, Jadavpur University.