During the conference, an editorial team takes care of documenting the many discussions, exchanges and conclusions. The aim is to publish the resulting texts and reflections in an official conference brochure that will be released after the conference.
The TAD’20 editorial team is coordinated by
Dr. Karsten Xuereb, University of Malta,.read for a PhD in cultural relations in the Mediterranean at the Universitat Rovira i Virgili in Tarragona (2012) and an M.A. in European Cultural Policy and Management at the University of Warwick (2005) as a Chevening Scholar. His research is available on his website (https://culturalpolicy.blog/).
Ashley Brown serves as the Assistant Director for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in University Housing at Georgia State University. She has received a Bachelors in Public Administration from Texas State University, Masters of Arts from Bowling Green State University, and is currently working on her Doctorate at University of Georgia. Ashley has been involved in the Transatlantic Dialogue since 2014.
Francesco Cascio studied philosophy in Rome, Cologne and Luxembourg. Passionate about music and languages, curious about everything. Strongly believes in the power of cultural interaction and contamination.
Professor Bill Chambers, Emeritus Professor Liverpool Hope University, former Pro Vice Chancellor External Relations and Widening Participation. Vice President University Network of European Capitals of Culture. Geographer with passion for Latin America. Chair of Asylum Link Merseyside, The Brain Charity, Volunteer Mission Movement. Everton FC and Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra supporter!
Fernando Gómez-Luna. Filmmaker and Cultural Manager. Multilingual Andalusian, Spanish and European citizen. Passionate about peace and connecting people with different heritages through the search for responsible individuation and collective consciousness.