KARIN MERX is co-founder and editor of the Journal of Michael Jackson Academic Studies. Her PhD research focuses on the museum policy of the director, Edy de Wilde at the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam (1963-1984). She is an academic, musician, artist and film-maker.
ELIZABETH AMISU is co-founder and editor of the Journal of Michael Jackson Academic Studies. She has seven years’ experience as a college lecturer of English Literature, English Language and Film Studies. Her academic research focuses on high status representations of black people in the work of poet, Ben Jonson and playwright, William Shakespeare. The Dangerous Philosophies of Michael Jackson: His Music, His Persona, and His Artistic Afterlife (2016) is her first book and the first to give academic insight into Jackson’s entire canon of creative work.
Other books written by Elizabeth.
Together we are working on courses for the onlineartseducation website. The first course will be online in 2016.