Editorial Team

Editorial Team: Surnames in Alphabetical Order

Journal Managers
Dr. Sjoerd-Jeroen Moenandar, the Netherlands
Alexander Williams MA, the Netherlands (assistant)

Creative Matters
Prof. Dr. Clare Brant, King's College London, United Kingdom
Dr. Ioana Luca, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan
Dr. Regine Strätling, Université de Montréal, Canada

Reviews and Reports
Dr. Dennis Kersten, Radboud University Nijmegen, the Netherlands

Social Media
Dr. Rob Gallaghar, Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom
Dr. Tobias Heinrich, University of Kent, United Kingdom
Dr. Julia Laita-Novak, University of Vienna, Austria

Editorial Board
Prof. Dr. Clare Brant, King's College London, United Kingdom. Interests: life writing from 18C to the present; creative writing; visual and material culture
Dr. Hab. Teresa Brus, Wrocław University, Poland. Interests: visual culture, modernism, interactions of photography and life writing forms, portraying practices, identity theories, the essay, and the fragment
Dr. Rob Gallagher, Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom. Interests: online life writing, interactive auto/biographies, digital culture, queer aesthetics
Prof. Dr. Isabel Duran Gimenez-Rico, Universidad Complutense Madrid, Spain. Interests: autobiography studies, medical humanities and life-writing, American ethnic autobiography, gender and life-writing, aging studies
Prof. Dr. Franziska Gygax, University of Basel, Switzerland. Interests: gender studies, modernism, autobiography studies, autopathographies and medical humanities
Dr. Tobias Heinrich, University of Kent, United Kingdom. Interestst: history of biography, 18th century culture, friendship studies, life writing and media
Dr. Dennis Kersten, Radboud University Nijmegen, the Netherlands. Interests: literary biography, fictionalisation, biofiction, authors' lives, rock star memoir and (meta)modernism
Dr. Leena Kurvet-Käosaar, University of Tartu, Estonia
Dr. Julia Lajta-Novak, University of Vienna, Austria. Interests: biographical fiction, biopics, autobiography and performance, gender studies
Dr. Maarit Leskelä-Kärki, University of Turku, Finland. Interests: biographies, theory of biography, historical biographym 19th and 20th century cultural history, cultural history of writing, literary history, gender history, epistolary practices, diary research, biofiction, history of esotericisms, esoteric movements
Dr. Ioana Luca, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan. Interests: American literature 20th and 21st century, US ethnic literature and autobiography, graphic narratives, exiles’ life writing, memory studies, postsocialism & life writing
Prof. Dr. Christian Moser, Universität Bonn, Germany. Interests: European literatures and their interaction, 17th to 21st centuries; autobiography and the (media)history of subjectivity, antiquity to the present; literature and globalization, literature and anthropology, Heinrich von Kleist in the European context
Prof. Dr. Kirsti Niskanen, Stockholm University, Sweden
Dr. Rebecca Roach, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom
Dr. Meritxell Simon-Martin, University of Roehampton, United Kingdom. Interests: letters/epistolarity, diaries, auto/biography theory, gender studies, cultural studies
Dr. Monica Soeting, the Netherlands. Interests: biography, autobiography, diaries and other ego-documents, historiography, gender studies
Dr. Regine Strätling, Université de Montréal, Canada. Interests: life-writing and the history of subjectivity; French intellectual history (20th century), aesthetics of play
Prof. Dr. Melanie Unseld, University for Music and the Performing Arts, Vienna, Austria. Interests: biography, autobiography and ego-documents, music/music history, historiography, gender studies
Dr. Zoltán Z. Varga, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary. Interests: theories of autobiographical genres, auto-fiction, historical representation and life writing, East-Central European life writing, French literature and autobiography
Dr. Leonieke Vermeer, University of Groningen, the Netherlands. Interests: life writing, especially on diaries in relation to the history of the body, health and illness in the ‘long nineteenth century’
Dr. Marco de Waard, Amsterdam University College, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Interests: literary and cultural theory, cultural memory studies, modern intellectual history, the history of subjectivity
Prof. Dr. Jobst Welge, Leipzig University, Germany. Interests: intersections between auto-/bio-fiction and the novel, modernist auto/biographies, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, French literatures, Latin American literature

Advisory Board
Prof. Dr. Alfred Hornung, University of Mainz, Germany
Prof. Dr. Susan Legêne, VU University Amsterdam, Netherlands
Prof. Dr. Philippe Lejeune, L'Association pour l'autobiographie et le Patrimoine Autobiographique, France