Dr. Mina Karavanta (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens) teaches theory, cultural studies and anglophone literatures in the Faculty of English Studies, Department of Literature and Culture. Some of her recent essays have appeared in mosaic, The Journal of Contemporary Thought, and European Journal of English Studies, and collection of essays such as Global Babel: Questions of Discourse and Communication in a Time of Globalization, Samir Dayal and Margueritte Murphy (eds.), and Women Writing Greece: Essays on Hellenism, Orientalism and Travel, Vassiliki Kolokotroni and Efterpi Mitsi (eds.). Dr. Nina Morgan (Kennesaw State University) teaches critical theory and world literatures. Her work has been published in Japan, India, Spain and the USA. Dr. Morgan currently serves as an editor of the Journal of Transnational American Studies. Together with Dr. Karavanta, she is writing a book on Jacques Derrida and the political quest of the Literary, entitled, Derridean Antigones: Deconstruction, the Literary and the Question of the Political.