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Editor-in-Chief

Holly Villines, The University of Tennessee

hvilline@utk.edu

Holly Villines is a PhD student and Graduate Teaching Associate in Spanish. Her areas of interest are feminism, modernismo, Interwar Spain and perceptions of women in the workplace and in the public sphere in the 1920s and 1930s. She received her MA in Spanish from Southern Illinois University and her BA in Print Journalism from the University of Missouri, Columbia.

Associate Editor

Mallory Nischan, The University of Tennessee

Mallory Nischan is a PhD student and Graduate Teaching Associate in French. Her areas of interest include French and Francophone women writers, Colonial and Postcolonial literature, religion and writing, and the interplay of oral and literary culture in the Francophone world. She received her MA in French from University of North Texas and her BA in French from Lipscomb University.

Advisory Board

Rudyard Alcocer (Faculty Advisor), The University of Tennessee (ralcocer@utk.edu)

Erik Camayd-Freixas, Florida International University

Luis Cano, The University of Tennessee

Nuria Cruz-Cámara, The University of Tennessee

Millie Gimmel, The University of Tennessee

Olympia González, Loyola University Chicago

Michael Handelsman, The University of Tennessee

Gregory Kaplan, The University of Tennessee

Alrick Knight, Loyola University Chicago

Kimberle López, University of New Mexico

Daniel Magilow, The University of Tennessee

Martin Munro, Florida State University

Julia Paulk, Marquette University

Brad Prager, University of Missouri, Columbia

Óscar Rivera-Rodas, The University of Tennessee

John Romeiser, The University of Tennessee