Hannes Bajohr received his MA in Philosophy, History, and German Literature from Humboldt University, Berlin, and works on political philosophy, philosophical anthropology, and digital literature. He has written on Hannah Arendt, Peter Weiss, and Judith Shklar and is writing a dissertation on Hans Blumenberg’s theory of language.Benjamin Dorvel received his MA in German Literature from Columbia University. He has worked as an editor and lexicographer for Langenscheidt and recently translated Ödön von Horváth’s The Eternal Philistine for Melville House.Vincent Hessling studied philosophy, German, and classical philology in Berlin and Heidelberg. His theoretical preoccupations include the idea of progress, history of technology, narratology, and systems theory. In engaging with works by Paul Scheerbart, Joseph Roth, Robert Walser, and Ilya Ehrenburg, among others, he is writing his dissertation on narratives of technological progress in modernist prose.Tabea Weitz studied German literature, art history, political economics and business economics in Berlin, Lausanne, Granada, and in the US. She completed research stays at Yale University and Fudan University in Shanghai, China. Her research focuses on Hermann Broch, Franz Kafka, and the intersection of literature and art history.All editors are PhD candidates at Columbia University’s German Department.