The Editorial Board


Editor-in-Chief

Eline Reinhoud
Holds a BA in English Language and Culture (Utrecht University) and an MA (research) in Comparative Literary Studies (Utrecht University). Areas of interest include cultural memory, postmodern literature, and literary theory. At the moment, she works as a copyeditor at a Dutch publishing house.

Editorial Staff

Max Casey
Holds an MA in English Literature from the University of Aberdeen and is currently studying for a Research MA in Comparative Literary Studies at Utrecht University. His main areas of interest include feminist theory, New Materialism, Irish literature, and structuralism.

Laurel Cunningham
Holds a BA in Gender Studies and English Literary and Cultural Studies from the University of Oklahoma and is currently in the Gender Studies Research Masters program at Utrecht University. Her primary interests concern Queer Theory, New Materialism and writing as a practice of feminist activism.

Marleen Hiltrop
Is currently studying for a BA in English Language and Culture (Utrecht University). Her areas of interest include Celtic literature, American studies, and postcolonial studies.

Lisanne Meinen
Holds a BA in Literary Studies (Utrecht University) and is currently pursuing an MA (research) in Comparative Literary Studies (Utrecht University). Her main areas of interest include ecocriticism, memory studies, and perpetrator studies. She is especially interested in exploring the multiple intersections of these fields.

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 Roessler
Holds a BA in Comparative Literature (University of Innsbruck) and is currently pursuing an MA (research) in Comparative Literary Studies (Utrecht University). His current research interests are new materialism, posthumanism, and multilingualism.

Anneloek Scholten
Holds a BA in English Language and Culture (Utrecht University), an MA in Medieval Literatures and Languages (University of York), and 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. She currently teaches at Utrecht University and the HU University of Applied Sciences.’

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, (post-)communist memory studies and posthumanism.