Per Aage Brandt received his doctorate at the Sorbonne, Paris, in 1987. He has published more than 250 articles and book chapters and more than 15 books in English, French, and Danish, mainly in semiotics, linguistics, cognitive semantics, poetics, narratology, musicology, and philosophy of meaning. He is also a literary translator and writer, and a jazz pianist.Line Brandt is the author of The Communicative Mind (2013), and holds a doctorate in Cognitive Semiotics and a Master's in Philosophy and English. Her publications include translations of literature and literary theory, an edited book on cognitive poetics, and academic papers on cognitive linguistics and philosophy.Ulf Cronquist, PhD, is a scholar and researcher in English literature and cognitive semiotics. He has published many articles and presented his research at conferences worldwide with a focus on how the mind processes textual and literary artifacts in an everyday and sophisticated sense.Peter Hanenberg is a Professor of Culture Studies at Universidade Católica Portuguesa, Lisbon, and Director of the Research Center CECC. He has published articles on the relation between history and literature and on the literary representation of Europe. Currently, he is working in the intersection of cultural studies and the cognitive sciences.Austin Bennett holds an MA in Cognitive Science from Case Western Reserve University, USA. He is a freelance researcher and currently designs industrial big data processing systems.