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  • 1 University of North Florida lhowell@unf.edu
  • 2 University of North Florida r.bell@unf.edu
  • 3 Tulane University lmarks3@tulane.edu
  • 4 University of North Florida j.lieberman@unf.edu
  • 5 Independent Scholar rockschaubster@gmail.com
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Linda Howell is an instructor and director at the University of North Florida. She teaches writing, media, and fan studies courses. She has taught classes on Supernatural, Marvel, and various other fan-centric texts. Her research centers on digital literacy practices with an emphasis on plagiarism and citation studies. This focus informs her fan studies scholarship. She researches and writes about the relationship between television creatives and fans. Email: lhowell@unf.edu

Ryan Bell holds an MA in English from the University of North Florida, where he is currently an adjunct instructor. His research interests include twentieth-century art, avant-garde poetry, and sound studies. He is also the cofounder and editor of the Sterling Spork, a forthcoming journal specializing in visual poetry and other experimental art forms. Email: r.bell@unf.edu

Laura Helen Marks is Professor of Practice, English, at Tulane University, New Orleans. Email: lmarks3@tulane.edu

Jennifer L. Lieberman is an associate professor in the Department of English at the University of North Florida. An interdisciplinary scholar, she specializes in American literature and culture, science and technology studies, gender studies, carceral studies, and critical race studies. She is the author of one monograph, Power Lines: Electricity in American Life and Letters, 1882–1952 (MIT Press, 2017), and nine articles, including, recently, “Dream of an Unfettered Electrical Future: Nikola Tesla, the Electrical Utopian Novel, and an Alternative American Sociotechnical Imaginary” and “Ralph Ellison’s Technological Humanism.” Email: j.lieberman@unf.edu

Joseph Christopher Schaub is a part-time teacher, scholar, and writer with specializations in film, media, and Japanese popular culture. He lives in Austin, Texas. Email: rockschaubster@gmail.com

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