Professor Janet Wilson
is Director of Research and Professor of English and Postcolonial Studies at the University of Northampton School of the Arts. Her research interests are in  white settler societies, particularly of New Zealand and Australia, and their literary and visual cultures. She has written on postcolonial and diasporic writers such as Fleur Adcock, Dan Davin and Katherine Mansfield; other interests include postcolonial cinema and fundamentalism and literature. She is editor of the Journal of Postcolonial Writing and deputy chair of the Katherine Mansfield Society and the New Zealand Studies Network.

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Larissa Allwork
completed her PhD, Holocaust Memory for the Millennium while researching as a Thomas Holloway scholar in cultural history at the interdisciplinary Holocaust Research Centre, Royal Holloway, University of London. She has also studied at the University of Oxford and has lectured at the University of Northampton. Her book, Holocaust Remembrance between the National and Transnational has been contracted by Bloomsbury Academic and is scheduled for publication in 2014. She currently works in the School of the Arts at the University of Northampton, where she assists Professor Wilson with the CoHaB ITN and also participates in Dr Sonya Andermahr's Working Group for Interdisciplinary Research in Trauma, Narrative and Performance.

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