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Sean Lambert is a PhD candidate in the German department, with a Designated Emphasis in Film and Media Studies. His research focuses on modernity, technology and everyday experience. He is co-managing editor of TRANSIT, UC Berkeley’s graduate student journal of migration studies in the German-speaking world. He is also the co-organizer of the interdisciplinary Townsend Center working groups on the Emergence of German Modernity (which collaborates with members from Tübingen, Harvard and Vienna), and (formerly) the working group on Fear, Horror and Anxiety. His academic writing has been published in the German Studies Review, Post45 Contemporaries and Docalogue. In addition to his academic work, Sean is also a creative writer whose fiction and criticism have appeared in the Chicago Review, Reading in Translation and the Cleveland Review of Books.