Benjamin Boudou is a professor of political science at the University of Rennes. He is the editor of the political theory journal Raisons Politiques and a fellow at the French Collaborative Institute on Migration. He is the author of Politique de l'hospitalité: Une généalogie conceptuelle [Politics of hospitality: A conceptual genealogy] (CNRS Éditions, 2017) and Le dilemme des frontières [The Border Dilemma: Ethics and politics of immigration] (EHSS Editions, 2018). He has recently published in Social Research, European Journal of Political Theory, Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy, Migration and Society, and Essays in Philosophy.
Sahana Udupa is Professor of Media Anthropology at the University of Munich (LMU München) and Principal Investigator of the For Digital Dignity Research Network. She teaches and researches online extreme speech, politics of artificial intelligence, critical digital studies, news and journalism, and media policy. Her latest publications include the research paper on digital technology and extreme speech commissioned by the United Nations (2021), co-authored monograph, Digital Unsettling: Decoloniality and Dispossession in the Age of Social Media (New York University Press, 2023, with E.G. Dattatreyan), co-edited volume, Digital Hate: The Global Conjuncture of Extreme Speech (Indiana University Press, 2021). Udupa is the recipient of Joan Shorenstein Fellowship at the Harvard Kennedy School, European Research Council Grant Awards and Francqui Chair (Belgium).