Gitanjali Chawla, Secretary, FORTELL is Professor, Department of English at Maharaja Agrasen College, University of Delhi, India. She is also a folklorist, editor, and materials producer. Her doctoral research on the folk songs of Punjab has led to an active participation in several fora, both at the national and international level and has several publications in journals of repute to her credit. She has also dabbled in translation and is keenly interested in innovative pedagogies in the virtual mode. She is the co-editor of several issues of Fortell and editor of Indian Journal of Social Enquiry along with five seminal anthologies, Cultures of the Indigenous: India and Beyond (2014), De-territorialising Diversities: Literatures of the Indigenous and Marginalised (2014), Re-storying the Indigenous and the Popular Imaginary (2017), Knowledge Organisations: Aspirations and Experiences (2020) and Indian Popular Fiction: Redefining the Canon (Routledge, 2021). She has also been the Presidential International Visiting Scholar, Wheelock College, Boston University, USA in the year 2018.