Jennifer Evans is Professor of History at Carleton University in Ottawa Canada and is a Member of the College of New Scholars, Royal Society of Canada. She teaches a variety of courses in contemporary German and European history with interests in the history of sexuality, Holocaust memory, and visual culture. She has written about sexual subcultures in the shadow of war (Life Among the Ruins: Cityscape and Sexuality in Cold War Berlin (Palgrave Macmillan, 2011), the history of homophobia in East and West Germany, and the role of photography in articulating queer forms of desire during the Sexual Revolution. Her interest in social media stems from work on aesthetics and the avant guard as places of political opposition. She is writing a book for Bloomsbury on Holocaust memory in the digital mediascape.
You can follow her on Twitter @JenniferVEvans.
Erica Fagen is a PhD student at UMass Amherst where she is writing a dissertation on vernacular memory, social media, and the Holocaust. Alongside her interest in social media discourse, she is also interested in photography, narrativity and performance, as well as digital history. She is co-writing Holocaust Memory in the Digital Mediascape along with Jennifer Evans and Meghan Lundrigan.
You can follow her on Twitter @erfagen
Meghan Lundrigan is a fourth year Public History PhD student at Carleton University. Her research examines how every day people alongside Holocaust memorial museums curate the history of violence. Meghan’s research interests also include historical representation through social media, German history, digital humanities, museums, and performance and narrative. She has served as student intern at the Carleton Centre for Public History. She is collaborating on Holocaust Memory in the Digital Mediascape with Jennifer Evans and Erica Fagen.
You can follow her on Twitter @megainer.