Louise Kane, University of Central Florida

Louise Kane is Assistant Professor of Global Modernisms at the University of Central Florida (UCF). She is a General Editor of the three-volume Oxford Critical and Cultural History of Global Modernist Magazines series (Oxford UP, 2025-27), and the PI of the Representations of the Caribbean in Periodicals Digital Archive (RoC-PDA) grant partnership between UCF and Loyola University. She also co-edits The Journal of Wyndham Lewis Studies.

Managing Editors

Tyler Dick, University of Tulsa

Tyler Dick is a PhD student in the Department of English and Creative Writing at the University of Tulsa. His areas of research include periodical studies, global modernism(s), women editors & publishers, and spatial studies. His dissertation is interested in exploring clowns and the circus in the modernist imagination, tracking figures like Pierrot, Clown, the Minstrel, and the Harlequin within the works of authors such as Wyndham Lewis, Edith Sitwell, James Joyce, and Langston Hughes; in the visual arts of Picasso, Calder, and Hopper; and in the performances of Charlie Chaplin, Buster Keaton, and Josephine Baker. He is an assistant in the Center for Digital Humanities at the University of Tulsa and is currently leading two digital projects: The 1922 Project, a digital archive of print material from the year 1922, and a project digitizing the letters of Laura (Riding) Jackson with an accompanying interactive interface sketching her life. Tyler has served as Managing Editor of the JJLS since 2022.

Noah Volz, University of South Florida

Noah Volz is a Ph.D. in Literature student at the University of South Florida (USF). His primary research interests are in contemporary American literature, religious studies, and Hawaiian studies. His dissertation discusses missionary imperialism and spiritual wayfinding in the literature of the United States, Japan, and Hawaii. After serving as Assistant Editor on the JJLS for 2023-24, Noah will serve alongside Tyler Dick as a Managing Editor.

Legacy Editor

Cooper Casale, The University of Colorado Boulder

Cooper Casale is a PhD student in English Literature at The University of Colorado Boulder. His interdisciplinary research examines the modernist avant-gardes and their afterlives in various forms of mass culture, particularly in popular music, television, and visual art that cross geographic, cultural, and temporal borders. His most recent project, “Strong Shapes: The Case for Black Vorticism,” was published recently in The Journal of Wyndham Lewis Studies, and his fiction and poetry have appeared in The Chattahoochee Review, storySouth, New South Journal, and elsewhere. Cooper handles the ‘Tributes’ section of the JJLS.

Editorial Assistants

Julia Dodds, University of Central Florida

Julia Dodds is an undergraduate student in the English department of the University of Central Florida. After earning her bachelor’s degree, she plans to pursue graduate studies in comparative literature.

Isabela Zuluaga, University of Central Florida

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Production Manager

Mike Shier, Center for Humanities and Digital Research, University of Central Florida


Matthew Stapleton, University of Central Florida

Production Assistants

Mirek Stolee, University of Central Florida

Ryu Yamamoto, University of Central Florida


Nicole Neece, University of Central Florida