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  • Finis Dunaway

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    Finis Dunaway, Associate Professor of History at Trent University, teaches courses in modern United States history, visual culture, and environmental studies. He is the author of Natural Visions: The Power of Images in American Environmental Reform (2005) and many articles.

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  • Daniel Grausam

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    Daniel Grausam, Assistant Professor of English at Washington University in St Louis, teaches modern and contemporary American literature and culture. He is the author of On Endings: American Postmodern Fiction and the Cold War and co-editor of American Literature and Culture in an Age of Cold War (both forthcoming).

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  • John Langford

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    John Langford is a professor in the School of Public Administration at the University of Victoria and is the author or co-author of numerous books and articles on administrative reform and public sector ethics.

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  • Martha Langford

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    Martha Langford, holds a Concordia University Research Chair in Art History and is the author of Suspended Conversations: The Afterlife of Memory in Photographic Albums (2001) and Scissors, Paper, Stone: Expressions of Memory in Contemporary Photographic Art (2007).

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  • Laura Moss

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  • John O'Brian

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  • Shelly Rosenblum

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    Shelly Rosenblum is Curator of Academic Programs at the Belkin. Inaugurating this position at the Belkin, Rosenblum’s role is to develop programs that increase myriad forms of civic and academic engagement at UBC, the wider Vancouver community and beyond. Rosenblum received her PhD at Brown University and has taught at Brown, Wesleyan and UBC. Her awards include fellowships from the Center for the Humanities, Wesleyan University and a multi-year Presidential Postdoctoral Research Fellowship, Department of English, UBC. She was selected for the Summer Leadership Institute of the Association of Academic Museums and Galleries at the Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University (2014). Her research interests include issues in contemporary art and museum theory, discourses of the Black Atlantic, critical theory, narrative and performativity. Her teaching covers the 17th to the 21st centuries. She remains active in professional associations related to academic museums and cultural studies, attending international conferences and workshops, and recently completing two terms (six years) on the Board of Directors at the Western Front, Vancouver, including serving as Board President. At UBC, Rosenblum is an Affiliate of the Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies.

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