Manuela Zehnter received her Bachelor degree in English Studies and Sprachlernforschung at the Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms Universität Bonn (Germany) in 2012. With her subsequent start of the master program, English Literatures and Cultures, at the University of Bonn, she continued her own research about individual and collective identity constructions across cultures tackling questions and limits of post-colonial representation, performance and narration of the self and other(s) in and via diverse genres and narrative modes. Tom Cho's Look Who's Morphing inspired the topic of her master thesis "Narrative Constructions of Post-Colonial Digitalized Worlds and Identities in Selected Short Story Cycles". Tom's brilliant work was used as an example of the contemporary short story cycle dealing with identity formations in a globalizing world characterized by migration and digitalization. The transcultural and transmedial interconnections and possibilities to tell one's own story worked out in Look Who's Morphing fascinate Manuela continuously and accompany her ambitions to transfer academic knowledge into social and (cross-)cultural dialogues.