Eduardo Galeano (3 September 1940 - 13 April 2015) was a Uruguayan journalist, socialist and a prolific writer.
Jung Min Choi is Associate Professor of Sociology at San Diego State University.
A. Revathi is a Namakal-based writer and transgender activist.
N. Ravi Shanker lives and works in Palakkad, and regularly translates from Malayalam and Tamil into English. He is the translator of Mother Forest: The Unfinished Story of C.K. Janu (2004).
Judith Squires is joint editor of Cultural Remix: Theories of Politics and the Popular (L&W 1993), and was, until 1997, editor of New Formations. She lectures in the politics department at the
Jodie Dean is a Professor of Political Science at Hobart & William Smith College. She is the author of The Communist Horizon (2012) and Crowds and Party (2016).
Nissim Mannathukkaren hails from Muvattupuzha, Kerala. He was trained in Political Studies at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, and Queen's University, Canada. He teaches at the International
Arup Banerji teaches Tsarist Russian and Soviet history at the Department of History, Delhi University.
Lisa S. Price, formerly an instructor of Women's Studies at Simon Fraser University, is an independent researcher, writer and activist based in Canada.
Sumathi Ramaswamy is Professor of History and International Comparative Studies, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina.
David Forgacs holds the endowed Guido and Mariuccia Zerilli-Marimò Chair in Contemporary Italian Studies at New York University. He earned both his M.A. in English and his M.Phil. in Compara
Trevor Henry Aston (1925-85) was a British historian and teacher at the University of Oxford.
Vikas Rawal is Professor, Centre for Economic Studies and Planning, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.
JoAnn Jaffe is a Professor at the Department of Sociology and Social Studies, University of Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada.
Dorothy M. Figueira is Professor of Comparative Literature at the University of Georgia. She is the author of The Exotic: A Decadent Quest and Translating the Orient: The Reception of Sakuntala in