Farrah Qidwai, MA, Media Studies; is a former Fulbright Scholar, writer, and lecturer based in NYC. Her Fulbright research explored the eroticization of the Muslim Female Body in 1970s Bollywood Cinema. She holds a BA in Ethnic Studies from UC Berkeley, and an MBA in Management. She also completed an MFA in Creative Writing and an MA in Media Studies from The New School. She is a screenwriter and works as a script consultant for Indian (Telegu) films. She currently teaches in the Asian American Studies department at Hunter College.
Timothy R. Quigley, PhD, U. of Wisconsin-Madison; has taught at U. of Wisconsin-Madison, Kenyon College, Oakland U., Wayne State U., CCS-College of Art and Design, NYU, Pratt Inst., and SVA; work published in Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, Canadian Philosophical Review, Philosophy Today, and Art and Representation.