Tania June Sammons is a Savannah-based curator and writer whose passion for art, architecture, history, and culture has produced dozens of exhibitions and publications, including Beyond Utility: Pottery Created by Enslaved Hands, and The Art of Kahlil Gibra.
Ana-Stanca Tabarasi-Hoffmann is a researcher in history of ideas, a literary critic and a translator. Her interests are the history of landscape, the relationship between science, literature and arts, Romanticism and S. Kierkegaard, whose works she is also editing.
Kristina Van Dyke received her Ph.D. in the History of Art and Architecture from Harvard University. She was curator for Collections and Research at the Menil Collection and the director of the Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts. She is currently working independently.
Sarah Wilson is an art historian and professor at the Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London. She has taught generations of students now prominent in the international art world. In1997 she received Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres.
Hunter Vaughan’s current research and teaching focuses on the environmental ramifications of the media industry and screen culture. He is the author of Where Film Meets Philosophy, and is associate professor at Oakland University.