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Jessica Walsh

Lecturer in Conservation Science, Monash University
I'm a conservation ecologist, researching how to improve the effectiveness of conservation management and policy for threatened species and ecosystems. I specialise in evidence-based conservation, knowledge exchange, cost-effectiveness analyses, and decision-support tools.

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Jessica Wolfendale

Professor of Philosophy, Case Western Reserve University
Jessica Wolfendale is Professor of Philosophy and Professor of Law at Case Western Reserve University. She is the author of War Crimes: Causes, Excuses, and Blame (with Matthew Talbert, Oxford University Press, 2019), Torture and the Military Profession (2007), co-editor of New Wars and New Soldiers: Military Ethics in the Contemporary World (2011), and has published numerous articles and book chapters on topics including security, torture, terrorism, bioethics, and military ethics. Her work has appeared in journals including Ethics and International Affairs, the Journal of Political Philosophy, Res Philosophica, Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, American Journal of Bioethics, and the Journal of Military Ethics. She is currently working on a book on torture and terrorism in America.

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Jessica Woolley

PhD Candidate in Criminology, Deakin University
Jessica Woolley is a PhD Candidate, Research Assistant and Sessional Tutor in Criminology at Deakin University. Jess’ PhD examines how the Victorian justice system responds to technology-facilitated domestic violence through family violence intervention orders. Jess has completed her Bachelor of Arts (Hons) at Deakin University in 2021, and Bachelor of Arts/Laws (Hons) at Monash University in 2020. In 2022, Jess was a recipient of the Research Student Award issued by the International Society for the Study of Rural Crime.

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Jessica A. Goddard

PhD Student Investigating Child and Youth Mental Health, Brock University
Ms. Jessica Goddard is currently a PhD student at Brock University working under Dr. Karen Patte and Dr. John Krzeczkowski. She has also completed a Master of Science under Dr. Karen Patte.

Her research has mostly focused on child and youth mental health and mental health program evaluation. Jessica takes pride in facilitating meaningful youth engagement throughout the entirety of the research process, especially on matters that directly affect youth. She also continuously works to create knowledge mobilization tools for youth and schools to disseminate knowledge effectively and improve the mental health literacy of youth.

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Jessica A. Marino

Doctoral Student in Health Psychology, University of California, Merced
Jessica Marino is a doctoral student in health psychology at the University of California, Merced. She obtained her B.A. in Psychology from UC Merced in 2016 with a minor in Cognitive Science. Marino’s research focus is on the development and expression of maternal behavior. Specifically, she studies how hormones impact maternal behavior, and the intergenerational effects that the mother-child relationship can have on health. Her ultimate goal is to find protective maternal factors that may mitigate health risks in vulnerable children.

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Jessica A. Schoenherr

Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of South Carolina
Jessica Schoenherr is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of South Carolina, which she joined shortly after receiving her Ph.D. from Michigan State University in 2020. Her research interests are in American political institutions and the U.S. federal court system, particularly the Supreme Court. She specifically addresses three different but related questions: (1) Who is represented in the federal judiciary? (2) Who influences the decision-making process? and (3) How do people learn about and respond to judicial decisions? She approaches these questions using different data and techniques, including experiments, surveys, text analysis, and original observational datasets.

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Jessica A. Stern

Research Scientist, Psychology, University of Virginia
Dr. Jessica Stern is a Research Scientist in the Dept. of Psychology at the University of Virginia, where she studies human relationships, attachment, and empathy across the life span. She is especially interested in how first-hand experiences of love and connection allow children, teens, and adults to "pay it forward" through their treatment of other people.

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Jessica Alice Farrell

Postdoctoral associate, University of Florida
I earned my BSc in Biological Sciences from the University of Sheffield (UK) with a year abroad at the University of New Mexico (Albuquerque, USA). I was then lucky enough to complete an internship at the University of Sydney and the Sydney Institute of Marine Science in Australia, working with the team leading the Marine Cloud Brightening initiative to mitigate coral bleaching on the Great Barrier Reef. In 2017 I joined the University of Florida's Whitney Laboratory for Marine Bioscience and Sea Turtle Hospital, where I completed my PhD focusing on investigating the fibropapillomatosis (FP) panzootic in sea turtles, with a particular emphasis on the application of environmental (e)-DNA. After graduating in 2022 I went on to work as a postdoctoral fellow at the MD Anderson Cancer Center in Texas, and then returned to the Whitney Laboratory to continue my postdoctoral work in eDNA and sea turtle conservation.

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Jessica Di Salvatore

Associate Professor, University of Warwick
I am Associate Professor in Political Science and Peace Studies in the Department of Politics and International Studies at the University of Warwick. The core of my current research agenda concerns the political, economic and social impact of UN peace operations and their contribution to state-building and post-conflict development.

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Jessica L Mackelprang

Senior Lecturer in Psychology & Clinical Psychologist, Swinburne University of Technology
Dr. Jessica Mackelprang is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Psychological Sciences at Swinburne University of Technology. Prior to relocating to Australia, she earned her PhD in Clinical Psychology at Nova Southeastern University (Florida, USA) and completed postdoctoral fellowships in rehabilitation psychology and trauma research at the University of Washington (Seattle, USA).

Dr. Mackelprang's research studies psychological (e.g., posttraumatic stress disorder) and physical trauma (e.g., traumatic brain injury) among populations that have been marginalised, with a focus on supporting community members affected by homelessness and the frontline workers who serve them. Her work aims to reduce inequities in health service access and improve health outcomes among these populations. She also studies gender equity in academia. Her research involves a combination of quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods.

A Clinical Psychologist by training, she has delivered psychotherapy in community health and hospital settings to individuals across the lifespan who are affected by life-altering injury or chronic illness, in addition to mental health difficulties. Alongside providing postgraduate research supervision, she teaches into undergraduate and postgraduate courses in psychology and counselling on topics related to health, trauma, and grief and loss.

Dr. Mackelprang is an Associate Editor for Clinical Psychologist, a Member of the Australian Indigenous Psychology Education Project Community of Practice, Past Chair of the Swinburne Indigenous Psychology Committee, and a Deputy Leader for the Swinburne Women's Academic Network (SWAN) Promotions Program.

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Jessica L. Adler

Associate Professor of History, Florida International University
Jessica Adler, Associate Professor of History at Florida International University, researches and teaches about health care, war and society, and incarceration in the United States.

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Jessica L. Waters

Assistant Professor of Justice, Law & Criminology, American University
Jessica L. Waters, J.D., has 25 years of experience as a lawyer, scholar, teacher, and higher education executive.

Waters currently serves as the Director of the American University School of Public Affairs (SPA) Leadership Program where she focuses on equipping students with experience, skills, and knowledge to prepare them for leadership roles in public service. Professor Waters is also a Faculty Fellow in the Center for University Excellence, which brings university research expertise to pressing problems in the public domain.

Waters recently served for seven years as American University’s first Dean of Undergraduate Education and Vice Provost for Academic Student Services (2016-2023) after holding multiple leadership positions at the university. As Vice Provost and Dean, she was the leader and principal decision-maker regarding American University’s undergraduate curriculum and academic supports and was charged with strategic decision-making and risk assessment for university-wide undergraduate policies and procedures.

Waters holds faculty appointments in the American University School of Public Affairs and the Washington College of Law. Her research focuses on reproductive rights law and policy, particularly exploring questions related to the legal impact of women’s medical decisions during pregnancy and childbirth, abortion regulation and access, state control of reproductive decision-making, employment-based conscience protections for reproductive health care providers, and reproductive rights of employees working for religiously affiliated employers. Her work has been published in the Harvard Journal of Law and Gender, the American University Journal of Gender, Social Policy and the Law, the Yale Journal of Law and Feminism, and the Stanford Journal of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties. Waters is a frequent media expert and commentator for local, regional, and national outlets (CNN, Fox News, NPR, NBC, VOA, BBC). She delivered a 2016 TedX talk, Changing the Reproductive Rights Conversation, and has recently authored op-eds for The Hill and USA Today.

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Jessica Louise Macbeth

Senior Lecturer in Sports Studies, University of Central Lancashire
Jess is a Senior Lecturer in Sports Studies and Research Degree Tutor in the School of Sport and Wellbeing, UCLAN. She teaches on the undergradute Sport and Physical Education and Sport Business Management degree programmes and supervises postgraduate research students. Jess was awarded her PhD, entitled 'Women's Football in Scotland: An Interpretive Analysis', from Stirling University in 2004. Since then she has worked as a Research Fellow and Lecturer at UCLAN. Her research focuses primarily on equity and equality in sport, with a particular focus on gender and disability.

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Jessica Niurangi Maclean

Lecturer, Aotahi School of Māori and Indigenous Studies, University of Canterbury
My areas of teaching include the history and contemporary context of Te Tiriti, Māori and Indigenous development, and political issues facing Māori. I also teach into the Bachelor of Criminal Justice, including a paper that focusses on Māori over-representation in the criminal justice system.

I am currently primarily engaged in research towards a PhD in Māori and Indigenous Studies with a philosophical focus. My research expertise includes Māori metaphysics, and Mana Wahine theoretical and methodological approaches.

I work with Ara Poutama to develop and deliver kaupapa Māori/Mana Wahine programmes in the Huritini Unit at Christchurch Women’s Prison. I am also engaged in interviewing for, and preparation of s27 cultural reports for the courts.

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Jessie Krahn

Master's student, Department of English, Theatre, Film & Media, University of Manitoba
I received my B.A. (hons.) at the University of Manitoba's department of English, Theatre, Film and Media in 2018, where I am currently enrolled as a Master's student. My professional history is varied, as I have experience as a social media assistant at a local house Museum, Dalnavert. As well, I have experience as an accessibility worker in university classrooms and as a teaching assistant in undergraduate classes.

My academic portfolio is in its early stages, but I am the author of a forthcoming article (2024) on Ari Aster's Midsommar in the New Review of Film and Television Studies, and I am the co-author of a forthcoming article on crafting in the classroom in IDEAH.

Aside from my academic writing, I have professional experience as a public humanities communicator. I am the co-founder and co-producer of the SSHRC-funded podcast Victorian Samplings, a podcast of the Crafting Communities project, wherein I interviewed academics, curators, artists, and other experts on Victorian material culture. I am also an Arts & Culture reporter at The Manitoban, the University of Manitoba's student newspaper and a regular contributor at The Leveller, a community newspaper based in Ottawa.

My professional and academic experience have equipped me with strong communication skills and an ability to engage with newcomers in my field.

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Jessie MacInnis

PhD Candidate, Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources and the Department of Environment and Geography, University of Manitoba
Jessie MacInnis (she/her) is a first-generation farmer and scholar activist based in Kespukwitk, Mi'kma'ki (aka Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia). She co-owns and operates a certified organic vegetable farm with her sister and is currently a PhD Candidate at the University of Manitoba. She is a board member of the National Farmers Union in Nova Scotia and participates in La Via Campesina processes regionally and internationally.

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Jesus Casquete

Catedrático de Historia del Pensamiento y de los Movimientos Sociales y Políticos, Universidad del País Vasco / Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea
Jesús Casquete es catedrático de Historia del Pensamiento y de los Movimientos Sociales y Políticos en la Universidad del País Vasco. Doctor en Sociología (1996) y en Historia Contemporánea (2019). Es autor de: En el nombre de Euskal Herria. La religión política del nacionalismo vasco radical (Tecnos, 2009); Nazis a pie de calle. Una historia de las SA en la República de Weimar (Alianza, 2017), Mártires nazis en Alemania, 1923-1939 (Alianza, 2020) y Politics of Death. The Cult of Nazi Martyrs, 1920-1939 (Routledge, 2023). Ha sido becario en repetidas ocasiones de la Fundación Alexander von Humboldt.

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Jesús Palomar i Baget

Profesor de Ciencia Política, Universitat de Barcelona
Politólogo y gestor público. Profesor de Ciencia Política de la Universitat de Barcelona. Miembro del Col·legi de Professionals de la Ciència Política i de la Sociologia de Catalunya.

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Jeta Luboteni

Ph.D. Student in Religion, Boston University
Jeta Luboteni is a second-year Ph.D. student in the Islamic Studies specialization in the Department of Religion, working under the Direction of Dr. Kecia Ali. Jeta’s interests include the racialization of Islam in the United States and how it impacts Albanian-American immigrants. They are also interested in Quranic studies as well as the discourses on orphans in Islam. Jeta completed a BA in International Relations with a minor in Sociology at American University, and a MA in Middle East and Islamic Studies at George Mason University.

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Jhordanne Jones

Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Climate and Weather Extremes, Purdue University
Jhordanne Jones is a NOAA Climate & Global Change postdoc fellow hosted by Purdue University. Her research examines the degree of predictability achieved from large-scale environmental phenomena for seasonal tropical cyclone activity. Tools being used to explore this TC-environment predictability are global reanalysis datasets, climate model output, and simulations.

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Ji Hao

Associate Professor of Chinese Studies , College of the Holy Cross
My research interests include premodern Chinese poetry and poetics and fantastic tales and novels in late imperial China. I am particularly interested in the process of literary canon formation in premodern China as well as translation and circulation of premodern Chinese literature in a cross-cultural context. In the past several years, I have focused on two major research projects: one centers on the reception of the eighth-century Chinese poet Du Fu and his poetry, and the other is associated with the sixteenth-century novel Xiyou ji (Journey to the West).

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Jiangyue Ju

PhD Student in Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Waterloo
Currently I am a PhD candidate in Hydrogeology at the University of Waterloo

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Jianni Tien

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of Sydney
Dr. Jianni Tien is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Sydney Centre for Healthy Societies at the University of Sydney. Jianni works at the intersection of science and technology studies, the feminist environmental humanities, and sociology of health. She researches the ontologies and epistemologies at work in our Anthropocene era and the power structures that underpin them, including questions of situated and enforced Western knowledges. Jianni's doctoral research examined the affective power of scuba diving in cenotes - naturally occurring sinkholes - and how to harness such affective power in order to ethically respond to the complex dilemmas of the Anthropocene. Her current research projects include the social dimensions of innovations in nanosensing biotechnology; human-microbial relations, and the politics of the transcorporeal in lung cancer stigma.

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Jianqing Chen

Assistant Professor of East Asian Languages and Cultures and of Film and Media Studies, Arts & Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis
I am a scholar of Chinese film and digital media at Washington University in Saint Louis. I am currently working on a book manuscript titled Touchscreen Media: The Touch and Its User-Spectators in Twenty-First Century China.

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Jide Edu

Lecturer in Computer and Information Sciences, University of Strathclyde
My primary research focus revolves around the domains of security and privacy. Specifically, I delve into AI security, IoT and smart home security, risk management, identity management, digital forensics, and usable security. I collaborate with experts across different disciplines. Prior to embarking on my academic journey, I honed my expertise as an IT security specialist.

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Jie Wang1

Professor of Computer Science, UMass Lowell
Prof. Wang's current research interests include text mining algorithms and systems, data modeling and its applications, and combinatorial optimizations. His previous interests included large-scale network dynamics, cloud computing and search over encryption, network security, wireless networks, and computational complexity theory. He is particularly interested in algorithmic problems and mathematical modeling arising from practical applications, including data analysis and applications, intelligent text automation, wireless sensor networks, computational medicine, networking, and online social networks. He worked on computational complexity theory from late 1980's to early 2000's, including structural complexity, average-case complexity, and average NP-completeness.

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Jieun Kiaer

Professor of Korean Linguistics, University of Oxford
Jieun Kiaer is the YBM-KF Professor of Korean Linguistics at the University of Oxford’s Asian and Middle Eastern Studies Faculty. Her research encompasses Asian linguistics, focusing on marginalized languages, and multimodal linguistics, including gesture studies. She also investigates the impact of AI on linguistic justice and diversity, with a specific emphasis on minoritized and under-resourced languages.

As a linguist, pragmatist, and specialist in Asian studies, Professor Kiaer has published extensively in theoretical and applied linguistics as well as translation studies. Her work transcends traditional Western, text-centric approaches to language, embracing non-European and multi-modal perspectives to offer a more nuanced understanding of human communication. Her recent publications include Lessons from a Translingual Romance (Palgrave Macmillian 2023) Emoji Speak (Bloomsbury, 2023 June) and The Future of Syntax (Bloomsbury, 2023).

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Jill Brooks

Research Fellow, Institute of Cancer and Genomic Sciences, University of Birmingham
I am a Research Fellow, based in the Institute of Head and Neck Studies and Education (InHANSE), within the Institute of Cancer and Genomic Sciences at the University of Birmingham, UK. InHANSE aims to improve the lives of people with head and neck cancer through research. My own research focuses on the tumour microenvironment, anti-tumour immune responses and biomarkers for treatment selection and response.

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Jill Hollenbach

Professor of Neurology, University of California, San Francisco
The Hollenbach Lab specializes in analysis of the extremely polymorphic human leukocyte antigen (HLA) and killer immunoglobulin-like receptor (KIR) immunogenetic systems. In addition to their critical role in transplantation, over 100 infectious, autoimmune and pharmacological disease phenotypes and cancers are associated with genetic variation of HLA and KIR, which also have functional interaction with one another. Our work spans the population genetics, evolutionary history, and influence on human health of these complex genomic regions, with particular emphasis on their role in neurological disease.

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Jill Horwitz

Professor of Law and Medicine, University of California, Los Angeles
Jill Horwitz is the David Sanders Professor in Law and Medicine at UCLA School of Law and Professor of Public Affairs (by courtesy) at the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs. She was the Vice Dean for Faculty and Intellectual Life at the School of Law for the academic years 19-20 and 20-21. She is also a Research Associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research and Adjunct Professor of Economics at the University of Victoria Department of Economics in British Columbia, Canada. Prior to joining UCLA in 2012, she was on the faculty at the University of Michigan, where she was the Louis and Myrtle Moskowitz Research Professor of Business and Law and Co-Director of Law and Economics. She also held joint appointments at Michigan with the School of Public Health and the Ford School of Public Policy.

As the Reporter for the American Law Institute Restatement of the Law, Charitable Nonprofit Organizations, Professor Horwitz has led the ALI’s first Restatement on the subject.

At UCLA, Professor Horwitz teaches Torts, Health Law, Nonprofit Law, as well as seminars in law and economics, governance, and health care reform. Both a legal scholar and policy expert, Professor Horwitz is addressing some of the most pressing law and policy issues of our day, including the opioid crisis, health insurance, and health care markets. A highly productive scholar, she has published widely in top law reviews, health policy journals, and economics journals. Her empirical research on hospital ownership and medical service provision has won several awards.

Professor Horwitz received her B.A. with honors from Northwestern University. She holds a Master’s Degree in Public Policy, a J.D. magna cum laude, and a Ph.D. in health policy, all from Harvard University. Following law school, she served as a law clerk for Judge Norman Stahl of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit. Horwitz is a fellow at the National Academy of Social Insurance and a member of the Bar of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and has been a member of the Board of Advisors at the New York University National Center on Philanthropy and the Law.

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Jill Slay

Professor Jill Slay's research has focused on Forensic Computing for the last ten years although she has a well-established international research reputation in a range of aspects of cyber security including critical infrastructure protection and cyber terrorism.

With a variety of collaborators, she has instigated cross-disciplinary research that draws on social science, anthropology, law, drugs and crime, police and justice studies, as well as systems and communications engineering and IT, to achieve its aims. She has supervised 16 PhD students to completion, and 30 of her Honours and Masters graduates are employed in developing computer forensic and IT security software and networking solutions for industry and the Australian Federal government. She advises industry and government on strategy and policy in this research domain.

Jill has published one book and more than 120 refereed book chapters, journal articles or research papers in forensic computing, information assurance, critical infrastructure protection, complex systems and education. She has been awarded approximately AUD2 million in grant funding since 2005.

Jill is a Fellow of the International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium (ISC2) and a member of its Board. She was made a member of the Order of Australia (AM) in 2011 for her service to the information technology industry through contributions in the areas of forensic computer science, security, protection of infrastructure and cyber-terrorism.

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Jill R. Fehleison

Professor of History and Interdisciplinary Studies, Quinnipiac University
Jill Fehleison is professor of History and Interdisciplinary Studies, and she has taught at Quinnipiac University since 2004. She received her Ph.D. in history from The Ohio State University. She is currently director of Interdisciplinary Studies in the College of Arts and Sciences.

Dr. Fehleison has particular interest in curriculum and pedagogy, and she has presented widely and published on the importance of dynamic curriculum and pedagogies for maintaining student engagement and developing creative thinking. Her courses include many on premodern Europe (Renaissance, Reformation, Women, Witches, and Scotland), Colonial Latin America, and Interdisciplinary Studies.

Her publications include the monograph, "Boundaries of Faith: Catholics and Protestants in the Diocese of Geneva" (2010 Truman State), and numerous articles and book chapters that explore Catholic/Protestant relations in the late Reformation in Savoy/Geneva/Scotland.

Her current research projects include: the emergence of religious tolerance in 16th century Europe, the forgotten women and caregivers of the Reformation, and teaching the Reformation. She is co-author of a Reacting to the Past game about peace negotiations during the French Wars of Religion with Amanda Eurich, Professor at Western Washington University.

She currently serves as the Treasurer and Membership Secretary of the Society for Reformation Research.

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Jillian Jordan

Ph.D. Candidate in Psychology, Yale University

My research investigates human social cognition and behavior, with a focus on cooperation and morality. I integrate approaches from psychology, experimental economics, and evolutionary game theory. I’m interested in questions like: Why do humans condemn others for immoral or selfish behavior? How do we select collaborative interaction partners, and signal our quality as prospective partners? Why do we hate hypocrites?

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Jillian Rickly

My research sits, most broadly, in the areas of geohumanities and mobilities, with more specific interests that weave together environmental perceptions; authenticity and alienation in travel motivation and experience; identity and bio-politics; and performance theories.

My research interests include: The relationship of touristic motivation to tourism experiences; Authenticity and alienation in tourism motivation and experience; Environmental perceptions, ethics, and uses of sustainability rhetoric; Lifestyle mobilities, lifestyle travel, and hypermobile lifestyle pursuits; Tourism marketing, geographic imaginaries, and identity politics of place branding; Critical heritage studies and museum studies.

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Jilly Kay

Lecturer in Media and Communication, University of Leicester
Jilly Kay is an academic specialising in feminist media and cultural studies. Her research focuses on:

Feminism and popular culture; the gender politics of 'voice'; gender, media and anger; the 'femosphere' and reactionary feminism; reality television and labour

Her first monograph Gender, Media and Voice: Communicative Injustice and Public Speech was published in 2020 by Palgrave Macmillan. She has also published in journals such as Feminist Media Studies, Feminist Media Histories, Continuum, Media History, European Journal of Cultural Studies, and Critical Studies in Television.

She co-convenes the Media and Gender research group, and is co-editor of the European Journal of Cultural Studies.

She is co-investigator on the AHRC-funded project 'Re-CARETV: Reality Television, Working Practices and Duties of Care' (2023-2026).

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