Bryant William Sculos, Ph.D. (2017), is Visiting Assistant Professor of global politics and political theory at Worcester State University. He was a 2019 Fellow at the Institute for Critical Social Inquiry at The New School for Social Research and a Mellon-Sawyer Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Massachusetts Amherst (2018-2019). He is a regular contributor to The Hampton Institute and Class, Race and Corporate Power -- where he also serves as Politics of Culture section editor. Sculos's transdisciplinary research and teaching expertise includes: modern and contemporary political theory, global politics, critical/radical pedagogy, and critical political economy.
Mary Caputi, Ph.D., teaches political theory at California State University, Long Beach. She publishes in the areas of feminism, critical theory, postcolonialism, and psychoanalysis. Her books include Feminism and Power: the Need For Critical Theory (Lexington, 2013), Derrida and the Future of the Liberal Arts, co-edited with Vincent Del Casino (Bloomsbury, 2013), A Kinder, Gentler America: Melancholia and the Mythical 1950s (University of Minnesota Press, 2005), and Voluptuous Yearnings: A Feminist Theory of the Obscene (Rowman & Littlefield, 1994). She is currently at work on the topic of Slow Food, USA.