Laura Madokoro

Assistant Professor, History and Classical Studies · McGill University

Laura's research focuses on the history of race, refugees and religious and secular humanitarianism.

Refugee and Human Rights Issues Immigration Canadian History Archives Heritage

Cheryl Mason Bolick, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, School of Education · UNC at Chapel Hill

Associate Professor, School of Education

Education Technology Culture and Curriculum Social Studies Elementary Education Digital Libraries

Islam Issa

Senior Lecturer, School of English · Birmingham City University

Islam Issa's research focuses primarily on the modern-day reception of Renaissance and Early Modern English literature in global contexts.

John Milton Disability Studies Cultural Studies English Literature Early Modern Literature

Brett Marroquín

Assistant Professor of Psychology · Loyola Marymount University

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

Clinical Psychology Psychopathology Emotion and Emotion Regulation Intimate Relationships Mood Disorders

Moses Ochonu

Cornelius Vanderbilt Professor of History · Vanderbilt University

Expert in the modern history of Africa, with a particular focus on the colonial and postcolonial periods.

Nigeria/African History African History Race/Racism in Africa Poverty African Current Affairs

Christopher (Cal) Lee

Professor, UNC School of Information and Library Science · UNC-Chapel Hill

An expert on the curation of “born digital” materials and use of digital forensics to redact sensitive information in digital collections.

Electronic Records Management Digital Preservation Archives Digital Forensics

Johnny MacLean

Assistant Provost for Faculty Affairs · Southern Utah University

Specializing in the tectonics and geology of the national parks and southern Utah

Field Geology Investigation Tetonics of National Parks Utah National Parks Tectonics Geology of Southern Utah

Kathy Roberts Forde

Associate Professor of Journalism · University of Massachusetts Amherst

Kathy Roberts Forde is a journalism historian with interests in the First Amendment, African American freedom struggle and women's suffrage.

African American Freedom Struggle and the Press The First Amendment Journalism History Journalism Literary Journalism

Chris Foss

Professor of English · University of Mary Washington

Dr. Foss specializes in 19th-century British literature, with a secondary expertise in disability studies.

British Victorian Novel Oscar Wilde British Literature Since 1800 British Romantic Literature British Romantic Women Poets

Dr Kate Hendry

Associate Professor · University of Bristol

Using isotopic fingerprinting to track the flow of nutrients that are important for algae and marine ecosystems

Geochemistry Nutrients Isotopic Fingerprinting Oceans Chemical Oceanography

Nabil Al-Tikriti

Associate Professor of History & American Studies · University of Mary Washington

Dr. Al-Tikriti has firsthand experience with Middle Eastern affairs, as a researcher, humanitarian and election monitor.

Forced Migration (Refugees, Internally Displaced Persons) Genocide Higher Education Humanitarian Affairs History of the Ottoman Empire

A. Joan Saab

Professor of Art History and Visual and Cultural Studies · University of Rochester

Joan Saab is a Professor of Art History

Cultural Studies Modern Architecture Cultural History Visual and Cultural Studies Politics of Space

Joseph Glatthaar, Ph.D.

Stephenson Distinguished Professor of History & Adjunct Professor of the Curriculum in Peace, War and Defense, College of Arts and Sciences · UNC-Chapel Hill

Professor Glatthaar specializes in the American Civil War and American military history.

American History American Military History The American Civil War

Dr Edina Harbinja

Senior Lecturer in Media/Privacy Law · Aston University

Dr Edina Harbinja's principal areas of research are related to the legal issues surrounding the Internet and emerging technologies.

Digital Legacy Media Law Internet Law and Regulation Post-mortem Privacy Internet Regulation

John Aerni-Flessner

Assistant Professor of African History · Michigan State University

John Aerni-Flessner is a historian of 20th century Africa, specializing in the history of Lesotho and the history of the Lansing area.

Urban Renewal in Lansing Decolonization Development History Lesotho Southern African History

Marc Smith

Chief Social Scientist · Connected Action

Internet sociologist, using social network analysis and visualization to map and understand social media

Social Media Social Networks Business Collaboration Information Visualization

Missy LeBlanc

Curator · Middlebrook Prize Winners

Missy LeBlanc is a curator and writer of Métis, Nēhiyaw, and Polish decent currently based in Moh’kins’stis (Calgary).

Contemporary Art Indigenous Art Curatorial Studies Art History Art

Dr. Michael Commito

Director of Applied Research & Innovation · Cambrian College

Mike Commito is the Director of Applied Research at Cambrian College. He has expertise in research, Canadian history, and hockey.

Innovation Canadian History Applied Research Research Analysis History

Professor Leah Tether

University Education Director · University of Bristol

Discoverer of a lost manuscript about Merlin and King Arthur

History of the Book History of Publishing Knights of the Round Table Arthurian Legend Medieval Literature

Kathleen DuVal, Ph.D.

Professor, Department of History, College of Arts and Sciences · UNC-Chapel Hill

Kathleen DuVal’s research focuses on early America, particularly cross-cultural relations on North American borderlands.

American History Cross Cultural Relations in American History Native North America American Women's History Colonial America