Adrienne Adams is a PhD candidate in American studies and ethnicity at the University of Southern California and a Ford Foundation Predoctoral Scholar. They are currently completing their dissertation, “Black Obsolescence: Sex, Analog Technology, and the Affective Ruse of Lost Media.”

Gerard Cohen-Vrignaud is associate professor of English at the University of Tennessee. He is the author of Radical Orientalism: Rights, Reform, and Romanticism (2015).

Joseph Pizza is associate professor of English at Belmont Abbey College, where he teaches courses in modern and contemporary literature, African American studies, and composition and rhetoric. In addition to recent essays on Charles Olson, T. S. Eliot, Diane di Prima, Jayne Cortez, and Nathaniel Mackey, he is also the author of the forthcoming book-length study Dissonant Voices: Race, Jazz, and Innovative Poetics in Midcentury America.

Lucinda Ramberg is associate professor in the Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program at Cornell University. Her research...

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