Sinfree Makoni is Professor in Applied Linguistics and African Studies at Pennsylvania State University, USA, and is an extraordinary professor at the University of the North West, South Africa. His main research interests are language and politics and Southern Theories. He is the author of Innovations and Challenges to Applied Linguistics from the Global South (co-authored with Alastair Pennycook, 2020, Routledge).
Magda Madany-Saa is a PhD Candidate in Curriculum & Instruction in the College of Education, and a TESL Instructor at Pennsylvania State University, USA. Her research interests include decolonial theory and methodology, critical interculturality, language policy and translingualism. She has experience teaching Spanish in Poland and English in Ecuador, as well as training in-service English teachers in Latin America.
Bassey E. Antia is Professor of Linguistics at the University of the Western Cape, South Africa. His teaching and research interests span multilingualism (in higher education), language policy, terminology, health communication, corpus linguistics, decoloniality, political economy of English, French as a foreign language and translation studies. He is co-editor of Corpus Linguistics and African Englishes (with Alexandra U. Esimaje and Ulrike Gut, 2019, John Benjamins).
Rafael Lomeu Gomes is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at MultiLing - Center for Multilingualism in Society across the Lifespan in the Department of Linguistics and Scandinavian Studies, University of Oslo, Norway. His research interests include multilingualism, social theory, immigration, digitally-mediated communication, and media discourses.