Stephen J. Collier, Martin Høyem, Christopher M. Kelty, and Andrew Lakoff

Stephen J. Collier is (as of July 2018) Professor of Urban and Regional Planning at the University of California, Berkeley.|Martin Hoyem has worked as a warehouse assistant, file clerk, dark room technician, house painter, kitchen attendant, kitchen porter, disk jockey, bartender, preschool teacher assistant, construction site assistant, music critic, mail carrier, copy clerk, drummer, dreamer, night shift social worker, carpenter, exhibition member, satellite telephone operator, visual artist, electronics tinkerer, waiter, chauffeur, roadie, digital designer, movie extra, ethnographer, and writer. He has a cand. polit. degree in social anthropology from the University of Oslo. Often he thinks about beauty. Once he was drunk twice.|Christopher Kelty is Professor at the University of California in the Institute for Society and Genetics, the Department of Anthropology, and the Department of Information Studies.|Andrew Lakoff is Professor of Sociology and Communication at the University of Southern California. He is the author of Pharmaceutical Reason: Knowledge and Value in Global Psychiatry (Cambridge, 2006) and Unprepared: Global Health in a Time of Emergency (UC Press, 2017).