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Prof. Dr. Mita Banerjee
Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (Germany)
Ethnic American Literature, American Renaissance, Whiteness Studies, South Asian Diasporic (Popular) Culture, Bollywood, South Asian Diasporic Film

Prof. Dr. Nilufer E. Bharucha
University of Mumbai (India)
Indian Literature in English, Indian Women’s Writing, the Parsi Novel, Diasporic Indian Writing, Postcolonial/Diasporic Indian Cinema

Associate Prof. Dr. Carmen Birkle
Philipps-Universität Marburg (Germany)
American Women’s and Ethnic Literature and Culture, Literature and Medicine, Travel Writing, Autobiographical Writing, Caribbean and Canadian Literature/Culture and Postcolonialism, Early American Drama

Prof. Dr. Ingrid Hotz-Davies
Eberhard Karls University Tübingen (Germany)
Queer Studies, Women’s Literature, Early Modern Literature, Affect and Literature, Subversive Writing Techniques

Prof. Dr. Ralph Poole
University of Salzburg (Austria)
Queer Theory, Popular Culture, Intermedial Studies, Transcultural Literary Relations

Prof. Dr. Kathryn Schaffer
University of Adelaide (Australia)
Australian and Indigenous and non-Indigenous Literary and Visual Cultures, Life Writing, Human Rights and Globalisation, Narratives of reconciliation in local and global contexts, Postcolonial Theory and Practice, Research Strategies and Methodologies

Prof. Dr. Chris Weedon
Cardiff University (UK)
Critical and Cultural Theory, Cultural Criticism with particuar emphasis on gender, race, ethnicity and identity, Feminism, Cultural Politics, Culture and Identity, Women’s Writing