Professor in Francophone Literature, California State University, Long Beach, United States
Petra Broomans is associate professor with ius promovendi of European Languages and Cultures at the University of Groningen and visiting professor at Ghent University. Appointed honorary doctor at Uppsala University in 2020. Her current research focuses on cultural transfer. She is coordinator of the Dutch translators’ dictionary (https://www.vertalerslexicon.nl/)
Daniel Chartier is full professor at the Université du Québec à Montréal, and director of the International Laboratory for Research on Images of the North, Winter and the Arctic In recent years, he has published and directed some forty books and a hundred articles on the representation of the North, the Arctic and Winter, Québec, Inuit, First Nations and Nordic cultures, cultural pluralism, including The End of Iceland's Innocence (2010), Le lieu du Nord (2015) and a multilingual essay in 13 editions (French, Norwegian, English, Swedish, Russian, Danish, Yakut, Northern Sámi, Estonian, Finnish, Inuktitut, Japanese, Faroese and Icelandic) on What is the ‘Imagined North’? Ethical principles. He has been Research Chair on Québec Studies at the Sorbonne Nouvelle and Research on Images of the North, Winter and the Arctic at the Université du Québec à Montréal. His current projects are on Winter as a socio-cultural phenomenon; Inuit literatures; and Arctic symbolic geographies. He is director of 4 book series on the North at the Québec University Press. He has lectured in many universities, including Lund, Paris 3, Paris Sorbonne, Helsinki, Stockholm, Iceland, Greenland, Buenos Aires, Fribourg, Groningen and Yale.
Sofie Wennström is responsible for the journals portfolio at Stockholm University Press. She has long experience from working with editorial management and peer-review of academic journals at one of the leading international publishers. Sofie also works with the development of learning objects related to the library services for researchers at the Stockholm University Library.