Hanna Musiol is an Associate Professor of English Literatures at NTNU. Her research interests include American literature, visual studies, archive and curation, digital humanities, and critical theory, with emphasis on migration, political ecology, human rights, and decolonization. She has published widely on literary and visual aesthetics and human rights, and her work has appeared in Journal of American Studies, College Literature, WorkingUSA: Journal of Labor and Society, Oil Culture (University of Minnesota Press), and Human Rights and Literature (Routledge). She also associate-edited Cultural Studies: An Anthology (Blackwell) and is the creator of the (Im)Migrant Experience Initiative (IEI), an open-access digital archive devoted to the preservation of narratives of migration and displacement at the University of Massachusetts Boston. She has also just started a collaboration with NuLawMap at the Northeastern School of Law in Boston.