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Andrew Dean Padgett has been involved with editorial work on Transcultural Studies since the inception of the journal in 2005 until his untimely death in 2015. After starting his tertiary studies in science and engineering, he moved to the Humanities and completed a BA Honours in Comparative Literature and Slavic Studies. His PhD thesis, under the supervision of Slobodanka Vladiv-Glover, was a critique of popular culture in the context of the Frankfurt School and poststructuralist ethics (Marion, Levinas). He leaves behind a legacy of collegial good works and a list of publications (published in this issue) exemplary for a young scholar whose career was cut short by ill health.


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