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Laura Lieber, Duke University
Carol Bakhos, University of California, Los Angeles
Samantha Baskind, Cleveland State University
Zachary Braiterman, Syracuse University
Michael Brenner, American University
Alanna Cooper, Case Western Reserve University
Lesleigh Cushing, Colgate University
Nathaniel Deutsch, University of California, Santa Cruz
Ken Koltun-Fromm, Haverford College
Adam Mendelsohn, University of Cape Town
Ophir Münz-Manor, Open University of Israel
Eva Mroczek, University of California at Davis
Devin Naar, University of Washington
Riv-Ellen Prell, University of Minnesota
Joshua Schreier, Vassar College
Jacqueline Vayntrub, Brandeis University
Yael Zerubavel, Rutgers University
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