Lee Bebout is a professor of English and affiliate faculty with the School of Transborder Studies, the School of Social Transformation, and the Program in American Studies at the University of Arizona. His articles have appeared in Aztlán,MELUS, Latino Studies, and other scholarly journals. He is the author of Mythohistorical Interventions: The Chicano Movement and Its Legacies and Whiteness on the Border: Mapping the US Racial Imagination in Brown and White.

Bruce Burgett is Dean and Professor in the School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences at University of Washington Bothell. He is author of Sentimental Bodies: Sex, Gender, and Citizenship in the Early Republic, and a co-editor of Keywords for American Cultural Studies.

Micaela di Leonardo is Professor of Anthropology and African American Studies at Northwestern University. Among her works are Exotics at Home, The Gender/Sexuality Reader, and Black Radio/Black Resistance: The Life & Times of the Tom Joyner Morning Show.

Angela D. Dillard is Richard A. Meisler Collegiate Professor of Afroamerican & African Studies and in the Residential College at University of Michigan. She is the author of Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner Now?: Multicultural Conservatism in America and Faith in the City: Preaching Radical Social Change in Detroit.

Glenn Hendler is Professor of English and American Studies at Fordham University. He is the author of David Bowie’s Diamond Dogs and co-editor of Keywords for American Cultural Studies.

Rebecca Hill is Professor of American Studies at Kennesaw State University. She is the author of Men, Mobs and Law: Anti-Lynching and Labor Defense in U.S. Radical History and editor, with Elizabeth Duclos-Orsello and Joseph Entin, of Teaching American Studies: State of the Classroom as State of the Field.

Daniel Martinez HoSang is Associate Professor of Ethnicity, Race & Migration and American Studies at Yale University. He is co-author (with Joe Lowndes) of Producers, Parasites and Patriots: Race and the New Right-Wing Politics of Precarity.

Joseph Lowndes is Professor of Political Science at the University of Oregon He is the author of From the New Deal to the New Right: Race and the Southern Origins of Modern Conservatism and co-author (with Daniel Martinez Hosang) of Producers, Parasites, Patriots: Race and the New Right-Wing Politics of Precarity.