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  • 1 Hong Kong Baptist University tang.ling.lyn@gmail.com
  • 2 Glasgow School of Art junzpow@gmail.com
  • 3 York University in Toronto hansnf@gmail.com
  • 4 Washington University in St. Louis amusser@wustl.edu
  • 5 University of St. Thomas sscott@stthomas.edu
  • 6 The New School solleek@newschool.edu
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Contributor Notes

Ling Tang is an MPhil student in sociology at Hong Kong Baptist University who researches gender in the workplace in mainland China, guanxi [interpersonal relations], and erotic capital. E-mail: tang.ling.lyn@gmail.com

Jun Zubillaga-Pow is a music historian and literary theorist, especially of 20th-century Europe and Singapore. He earned his PhD in Historical Musicology at King’s College London in 2015 and is currently an adjunct lecturer at Glasgow School of Art. He is the co-editor (with Ho Chee Kong) of Singapore Soundscape: Musical Renaissance of a Global City (Singapore: National Library Board, 2014). E-mail junzpow@gmail.com

Hans Rollmann is a PhD candidate in Gender, Feminist and Women’s Studies at York University in Toronto (with a prior background in Cultural Anthropology). He has published articles in Journal of Gender Studies, Feral Feminisms, Culture Society and Masculinities, and Journal of Work and Society. In addition, he is a contributing editor to Popmatters, an international online journal of cultural critique. E-mail: hansnf@gmail.com

Amber Jamilla Musser is assistant professor of Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at Washington University in St. Louis. E-mail: amusser@wustl.edu

Shannon Scott is instructor in English at the University of St. Thomas. In 2015, her article “Female Werewolf as Monstrous Other in Honoré Beaugrand’s ‘The Werewolves’” was published in She-Wolf: A Cultural History of Female Werewolves (University of Manchester Press). E-mail sscott@stthomas.edu

Kristen Sollée is a lecturer at The New School and founding editrix of Slutist, a sex-positive site that delves into the intersections between sex, feminism, and the occult. She is the author of Witches, Sluts, Feminists: Conjuring the Sex Positive (ThreeL Media, 2017). E-mail: solleek@newschool.edu

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