Randolph Lewis is Chair and Professor of American Studies at the University of Texas at Austin. He is the author of five books including Under Surveillance: Being Watched in Modern America. He has produced six documentary films. He is also the founder and editor of The End of Austin, a digital humanities project about urban transformation that can be found at endofaustin.com.
Craig Campbell teaches anthropology at the University of Texas in Austin. Key points of interest for his research include Siberia, Indigenous peoples and struggles in Russia, Canada, and the USA, cultural history, landscape and environment, technology, and representation. He works in and theorizes through photography, design, print, installation, and curation. More recently he has focused on greetings in a time of catastrophe. Craig is a founding member of the Ethnographic Terminalia curatorial collective and Writing with Light. He is one of the directors of the Bureau for Experimental Ethnography.