Una Chung (Ph.D. Graduate Center of the City University of New York) is Professor of Literature and Global Studies at Sarah Lawrence College. Her work focuses on contemporary literature, film, and visual art; East Asian philosophies, Asian American studies, transnational cultural studies, postcolonial theory, and she has written on subjects ranging from spectrality, horror, reincarnation, and contagion. Her past works include “Seeing Spectral Agencies?" in Beyond Biopolitics: Essays on the Governance of Life and Death; "After-Sight" in the Special Issue of the Journal for Comparative Philosophy; and “Crossing Over Horror: Reincarnation and Transformation” in the Viral Issue of WSQ. Her newest book project is titled Visionary Spaces, which engages visionary experience from ancient Eastern thought to our technologically-mediated forms of seeing in the contemporary world.