Deborah Saleeby-Mulligan is an assistant professor of art history at Manhattanville College. With a Ph.D. from The Graduate Center of CUNY, she has pursued a double specialty in contemporary art and the native arts of Africa, Oceania and the Americas. She is an expert on contemporary Irish political art.
Kyunghee Pyun is an assistant professor in the department of history of art at SUNY Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT). Having written three exhibition catalogs in 2013-2015 on immigrant Asian artists entitled Coloring Time; Shades of Time; and Weaving Time, she is engaged with contemporary art groups in New York.
Larry Sullivan has been the chief library administrator of the criminal justice library at John Jay, one of the senior colleges of The City University of New York, since 1995. He directs the operations of the largest criminal justice library in the world; teaches graduate courses (e.g. Advanced Criminology, Punishment and Responsibility) and directs Ph.D.
Elizabeth Williams attended Washington University School of Art and graduated from Parsons School of Design in 1979. She began her illustration career in Los Angeles in 1980 drawing trials of the Hillside Strangler and the anti-trust trial of Al Davis (owner of the Los Angeles Raiders football team) v. the National Football League. Her court