The Editorial Board consist of the Editorial Team and the following members:

Editorial Board

Ariella Azoulay

Brown University, The United States

Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature and Modern Culture and Media at Brown University. Curator and documentary filmmaker. Author of books: Civil Imagination: A Political Ontology of Photography(2012), From Palestine to Israel: A Photographic Record of Destruction and State Formation, 1947–1950 (2011), The Civil Contract of Photography(2008), Death’s Showcase(2001 – Winner of The Affinity Award, ICP), co-author (with Adi Ophir) of The One State Condition. Occupation and Democracy in Israel/Palestine, 2012), This Regime Which Is Not One: Occupation and Democracy between the Sea and The River (in Hebrew, 2008).

Ernst van Alphen

Universiteit Leiden, The Netherlands ORCID

Professor of Literary Studies at the Leiden University. His research focuses mostly on modern and post-modern literature and its relation to visual arts. He is the author of: Art in Mind: The Contribution of Contemporary Images to Thought (2005); Caught by History. Holocaust Effects in Contemporary Art, Literature and Theory (1997); Failed Images: Photography and Its Counter-practices (2018) oraz Staging the Archive (2014).

Grzegorz Niziołek

Department of Drama and Theatre, Jagiellonian University in Kraków, Poland ORCID

Professor at the Jaggielonian University in Cracow. HIs work focuses on the polish and european theatre of the XX and XXI century, romantic tradition in polish theatre, art of direction and theatre criticism as well as the relation between theatre and history. He wrote: Sny, komedie, medytacje (2000), Sobowtór i utopiaTeatr Krystiana Lupy (1997), Warlikowski. Extra ecclesiam (2008), Ciało i słowo. Szkice o teatrze Tadeusza Różewicz Polski Teatr Zagłady (2013). Fulbrighta Fellow at CUNY.

Marek Zaleski

Institute of Literary Research, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland ORCID

Literary critic, literary historian, essayist, university lecturer, professor at the Institute of Literary Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences and the University of Warsaw. Since the beginning of 2012, he is leads the Literature and Culture of Late Modernity Research Group. In 1990, he was awarded the Kościelski Award. In 2006 he received the Gdynia Literary Award in the essay category. In 2009, he was again nominated for this award for the book Echo Idylli, he also received the Kazimierz Wyka Award. In 2005-2007, a member of the jury awarding the Nike Literary Award.