Stanley Bill is the founder of Notes from Poland. He is also Senior Lecturer in Polish Studies and Director of the Polish Studies Programme at the University of Cambridge. His scholarly work focuses on twentieth-century Polish literature and culture as well as on the cultural and historical roots of contemporary political discourse in Poland. He has spent almost ten years of his life in Poland, mostly in Kraków and Bielsko-Biała, and he remains a frequent visitor. He originally hails from Perth, Australia; he has also lived in Chicago and Paris. He can be followed on Twitter.
Daniel Tilles is assistant professor of history at the Pedagogical University of Cracow. His research interests include migration, politics (in particular fascism and the far right), racism and antisemitism, as well as Jewish history. Details of his academic work can be found here. He can be followed on Twitter and Facebook, or contacted by email at daniel.tilles.2007(at)live.rhul.ac.uk.