Hanna Musiol is Associate Professor of English and a member of NTNU ARTEC at NTNU, Norway. Her research interests include American literature, site-specific storytelling, and critical pedagogy, with emphasis on migration, human rights, and political ecology. She publishes frequently on aesthetics and justice, and her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Environment, Place and Space, Journal of American Studies, Discursive Framing of Human Rights, and Writing Beyond the State. Musiol regularly organizes curatorial, public humanities, and civic engagement initiatives in cites in Europe and the US, such as Narrating the City in Boston, Of Borders and Travelers, Spectral Landscapes, and, most recently, Resist as Forest, a city-scale public art project designed by Pablo De Soto. She now lives in Trondheim, where she collaborates with grassroots urban storytelling initiatives such as Literature for Inclusion and PoesiKveld. (Photo by Solveig Mikkelsen.)