KAITLIN SHIRLEY  Kaitlin earned her bachelor’s degree from Sarah Lawrence College in Russian and French Literature. She studied Russian language at the Kathryn Davis School of Russian at Middlebury College and completed her post-baccalaureate studies at Wellesley College. She earned her PhD in Comparative Literature from the University of Texas at Austin.

KAITLIN SHIRLEY Kaitlin earned her bachelor’s degree from Sarah Lawrence College in Russian and French Literature. She studied Russian language at the Kathryn Davis School of Russian at Middlebury College and completed her post-baccalaureate studies at Wellesley College. She earned her PhD in Comparative Literature from the University of Texas at Austin.

JOCELYN WRIGHT  Jocelyn holds a PhD in French literature and an MA in French literature from the University of Texas at Austin. She earned her bachelor’s degree in History and French from Rice University. Jocelyn has published book chapters and articles on representations of immigrants in contemporary French and Francophone literature, film, and bande dessinée.

JOCELYN WRIGHT Jocelyn holds a PhD in French literature and an MA in French literature from the University of Texas at Austin. She earned her bachelor’s degree in History and French from Rice University. Jocelyn has published book chapters and articles on representations of immigrants in contemporary French and Francophone literature, film, and bande dessinée.

KAREN PAGANI  Karen earned her bachelor’s degree in Comparative Literature from Cornell University and her Ph.D. in the same subject from The University of Chicago. Before joining Inside Literature, she taught French Literature and Philosophy as a professor at The University of Texas at Austin for eight years. Karen has published extensively on justice, conflict resolution, and forgiveness, most notably in her book,  Man or Citizen: Forgiveness, Anger, and Authenticity in Rousseau  (Penn State U.P., 2016).

KAREN PAGANI Karen earned her bachelor’s degree in Comparative Literature from Cornell University and her Ph.D. in the same subject from The University of Chicago. Before joining Inside Literature, she taught French Literature and Philosophy as a professor at The University of Texas at Austin for eight years. Karen has published extensively on justice, conflict resolution, and forgiveness, most notably in her book, Man or Citizen: Forgiveness, Anger, and Authenticity in Rousseau (Penn State U.P., 2016).

MARILEE RANSOM  Marilee earned a PhD in Early Childhood Education from the University of Alabama as well as a J.D. from the University of Texas School of Law. She has diverse experience in both law and education including work as a nonprofit attorney, a language arts teacher, and a university instructor.

MARILEE RANSOM Marilee earned a PhD in Early Childhood Education from the University of Alabama as well as a J.D. from the University of Texas School of Law. She has diverse experience in both law and education including work as a nonprofit attorney, a language arts teacher, and a university instructor.

AMY VIDOR  Raised in northern California, Amy   earned bachelor’s degrees in English and French at the University of Southern California and a master’s degree in History and Literature at Columbia University. She earned her PhD in Comparative Literature at the University of Texas at Austin.

AMY VIDOR Raised in northern California, Amy earned bachelor’s degrees in English and French at the University of Southern California and a master’s degree in History and Literature at Columbia University. She earned her PhD in Comparative Literature at the University of Texas at Austin.