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Caroline Pearce

Caroline is a freelance academic and writer. Her current research focuses on the politics of emotion, analysing the rising political and public interest in happiness. Caroline has a BA in Sociology from the University of Derby and an MA in Sociology from the University of Manchester. Her past research has explored the experience of grief and loss and examined the role of emotions in qualitative research. She’s also worked as a research assistant at Loughborough University undertaking qualitative research into the experience of spinal injury. Caroline writes a blog: https://politicsofthehap.wordpress.com where you can find more of her work.

London, UK

Albena Todorova

Albena Todorova is currently at the New Bulgarian University in Sofia where an innovative semiotics offer includes courses on advertising & consumer culture. In 2009 she wrote a dissertation on Edgar Allan Poe in popular culture. Albena is now doing PhD research on Poe mythology & symbolism globally from Baudelaire through to Japanese mystery writer Edogawa Rampo, 60s horror movies, Lou Reed, Antony Hegarty, contemporary emo, manga & gaming subcultures and online interest groups.

Sofia, Bulgaria

Joshua Glenn

Joshua Glenn, a commercial semiotics veteran with over 15 years' experience in the field, is co-principal of the Boston- and New York-based consultancy Semiovox, and emeritus co-founder (with former colleague Malcolm Evans) of this website, Semionaut. He is editor and author of several books, including SIGNIFICANT OBJECTS, THE IDLER'S GLOSSARY, and the bestselling family activity series UNBORED. More info here.

Boston, USA