Contributors
Maurice Berger is a Senior Fellow at the Vera List Center for Art and Politics, New School for
Social Research. He is the author of numerous books, articles, and curatorial essays. His most
recent books are White Lies: Race and the Myth of Whiteness and The Crisis of Criticism.
Richard Bolton is an artist, writer, filmmaker, and Web designer. He lives in Los Angeles.
Ann Cvetkovich is an Associate Professor of English at the University of Texas, Austin. She is
the author of Mixed Feelings: Feminism, Mass Culture, and Victorian Sensationalism and
coeditor with Doug Kellner of Articulating the Global and the Local. She has published articles
in the collections Lesbian Erotics and Butch/Femme: Inside Lesbian Gender and in GLQ: A
Journal of Gay and Lesbian Studies.
Coco Fusco, an artist and writer, is currently Assistant Professor in the Department of Paint-
ing, Drawing and Sculpture at the Tyler School of Art. She is the author of English Is Broken
Here: Notes on Cultural Fusion in the Americos.
Brian Goldfarb teaches theory and production of new media technologies at the University of
Rochester. He was Curator of Education at the New Museum of Contemporary Art in New York,
where he curated alt.youth.media. an exhibition of electronic media by and for youth. His
writing on education, public art, and new media technologies has appeared in Incorporations
(Zone volume 6), The Independent, and Iris.
Mahle Haddock is Executive Director of the National Black Programming Consortium in
Columbus, Ohio.
Grant H. Kester is Assistant Professor of Art History in the Department of Fine Arts at
Washington State University. He is the editor of the "Aesthetics and the Body Politic" issue of
the Art Journal (spring 1997). Between 1990 and 1995 he was coeditor and senior editor of
Afterimage.
Chiquita Mullins Lee is Program Development Coordinator at the National Black Program-
ming Consortium in Columbus, Ohio.
Darrell Moore is an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at DePaul University. He researches
and teaches in the fields of political philosophy and cultural theory.
Ioannis Mookas is an independent producer, writer, and media activist. His videos include
Peer Education, Not Fear Education (1995), and Only Human: HIV-Negative Gay Men in the
AIDS Epidemic (1998). He is the editor of The AIVF Self-Distribution Toolkit, a comprehensive
resource guide published by the Association of Independent Video and Filmmakers.
Lorraine O'Grady is an artist and critic living in New York City. Her work has been included
in numerous one-person and group exhibitions at such venues as tbe Institute of Contemporary
Art in Boston (1996), the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (1993), and the Bronx
Museum/Paine Weber Gallery (1992). She is currently an instructor at the School of the Visual
Arts and a Senior Fellow at the Vera List Center for Art and Politics at the New School for Social
Research.
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