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- A. Staley Groves, University of Aberdeen, Centre for Modern Thought; National University of Singapore,
- Tim Gilman-Sevcik, The European Graduate School,
- Isaac Linder, The European Graduate School,
- Ben Segal, University of California, San Diego,
- Vincent W.J. van Gerven Oei, University of New York, Tirana; Royal Academy of Arts, The Hague,
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