Vance Bell is the founder and editor-in-chief of
Jürgen Braungardt studied philosophy and psychology in Munich,
Germany, receiving the M.A. (Magister Artium) in philosophy in 1987, and
the M.A ("Diploma") in Psychology in 1986. He came to the US in 1988, and
received another M.A in Clinical Psychology from the San Francisco School
of Psychology in 1995. Currently he is completing a Ph.D. program in
philosophy and theology at the Graduate Theological Union and the
University of California, Berkeley with a dissertation on Lacan and
theology. Since 1994 he has worked as a psychotherapist at the Gladman
Clinic in Montclair, CA., and is a candidate for the Lacanian School of
Psychoanalysis in Berkeley where he occasionally teaches seminars on Lacan
Manuel Camblor is an advanced graduate student in Comparative Literature
at the University of Pennsylvania.
Adrienne Johnson Gosselin is Assistant Professor at
Cleveland State University, where she teaches African American Literature.
She has contributed articles to Modern Language Studies and
African American Review, and is the editor of Multicultural
Detective Fiction: Murder from the “Other” Side (Garland
Publishing, 1998.). She is currently working to remount the stage
adaptation of The Conjur[e]-Man Dies, performed by the Harlem Unit
of the Federal Theater in 1936.
Judith Feher-Gurewich is a Lacanian analyst and doctor in the social
sciences. She recently edited with Michel Tort The Subject and the
Self: Lacan and American Psychoanalysis
(Northvale, N.J. : Jason Aronson, 1996) and is editor of the Lacanian
Clinic Series from Other Press.
She is Director of the Lacan Seminar at the Center for Literary and
Cultural Studies at Harvard University.
Bernd Herzogenrath received his Ph.D. from University of Aachen, Germany.
He is the author of An Art of Desire: Reading Paul Auster
(Amsterdam and Atlanta: Editions Ropoli, 1999), and an active member of
the Postgraduate section of the German Association of American Studies
(GAAS). His fields of interest are 19th and 20th century American
Literature, Literary Theory, Cultural and Media Studies. He has also
written on Auster, Techno and Emily Bronte, Leatherstocking and
Nachtraeglichkeit, Kurt Cobain and The Great Gatsby, Pynchon
and Von Helmholtz.
Sheila Kunkle has a Ph.D. in Political Science from the University of
Pittsburgh. She is an Assistant Professor of Social Sciences at Vermont
College of Norwich University, where she also teaches in the new Virtual
College. She is currently working on a book tentatively entitled, "The
Uncanny Politics of Genocide" and is serving as a guest editor for
Other Voices issue 2.1 "On Genocide."
Bracha Lichtenberg Ettinger is an Israeli-French artist, psychoanalyst and
feminist theorist, who was born in Tel Aviv and is currently working in
Paris. She received her Ph.D. in Aesthetics of Art from the University of
Paris VIII, a D.E.A. in Psychoanalysis from the University of Paris VII,
and an M.A. in Clinical Psychology from the Hebrew University of
Jerusalem. Her paintings have been extensively exhibited in major
international museums of contemporary art, and can be found in public
collections. She is the author and coauthor of several books
and numerous essays.
A former student of Helene Cixous
and of Jacques Derrida at the Ecole Normale Superieure, he has written a
thesis on Joyce, Pound and Hermann Broch. He has taught in Dijon, where he
has been a Professor of English Literature for twelve years, as well as
Paris, and Montreal. He has published books on Pound (Language,
Sexuality and Ideology in the Cantos), on Joyce (Authorized Reader,
Joyce Upon the Void), on Beckett (Beckett avant Beckett), on
Thomas Bernhard (Thomas Bernhard) and on a variety of problems
connected with critical theory and the esthetics of modernism -- La
Beaute Amere', La Penultieme est morte, recently published in English
as Ghosts of Modernity. He is also a Director for the College
International de Philosophic (Paris), and has recently edited the
conference proceedings for "Barthes after Barthes" which appeared as
Writing the Image after Roland Barthes (U of Penn P, 1997).
Steven Schneider is completing a Ph.D. in Philosophy at Harvard
University. His article, "Uncanny Realism and the Decline of the Modern
Horror Film" appeared in Para*doxa: Studies in World Literary
Genres. Essays on "Horror Movies" and "Slasher Movies" are
forthcoming in the St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture.
E. Ivan Trujillo
E. Ivan Trujillo recently received his B.A. from the University of
Pennsylvania and blows a mean trumpet. He is currently studying Law at
Jack Turner, currently Education Manager for the
Delaware Office of Information Services, also serves as an adjunct
professor of English at Wesley College. He has published in Literature
and Psychology, Twentieth Century Literature, the Dictionary
of Literary Biography, and various other venues.