The Editorial Board


Editor-in-Chief

Eline Reinhoud
holds a BA in English Language and Culture (Utrecht University) and is currently pursuing an MA (research) in Comparative Literary Studies (Utrecht University). Areas of interest include cultural memory, feminist (re)writings, and literary theory.

Editorial Staff

Iona van den Dries
is currently pursuing a BA in Literary Studies (Utrecht University). Her areas of interest include World Literature and interactions between literature and other media, film in particular.

Anneloek Scholten
holds a BA in English Language and Culture (Utrecht University) and an MA in Medieval Literatures and Languages (University of York). She is currently pursuing an MA (research) in Comparative Literary Studies (Utrecht University). Her research interests focus around modernist literature and the material and social circumstances of its production.

Lauren Hoogen Stoevenbeld
holds a BA in Literary Studies (Utrecht University) and an MA (research) in Comparative Literary Studies (Utrecht University). Her main areas of interest are cultural memory and posthumanism.

Vincent Reijnders
holds a BA in English Language and Culture and an MA (research) in Comparative Literary Studies (both from Utrecht University). His main areas of interest include mental health and modern capitalism.

Felix Rößler
holds a BA in Comparative Literature (University of Innsbruck) and is currently pursuing an MA (research) in Comparative Literary Studies (Utrecht University). His areas of interest include world literature, translation studies, life writing, and contemporary poetry.

Sophie de Ruiter
holds a BA in Literary Studies (Utrecht University) and is currently pursuing an MA (research) in Comparative Literary Studies (Utrecht University). She has previously been active on the editorial board of Dutch journal for literary studies Vooys.

Kaixuan Yao
holds a BA in Integrated Humanities with a focus on literature (New York University Shanghai) and is currently pursuing an MA (research) in Comparative Literary Studies (Utrecht University). Her main areas of interest include urban humanities, Shanghainese literature (from the late 19th century to contemporary), communist and post-communist memories in Central Europe, philosophy of technology, and Kafka.