Adrian Shubert is University Professor of History at York University. A historian of Spain in the 18th through 20th centuries, his most recent book is The Sword of Luchana. Baldomero Espartero and the Making of Modern Spain (2021). His current project uses the career of one British merchant vessel to write a microhistory of globalization of between 1850 and 1914. He has held the prestigious Killam Research Fellowship (Canada) and Guggenheim Fellowship (USA). He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada and was made Commander of the Order of Civil Merit (Comendador de la Orden de Mérito Civil) by the king of Spain.
Alfredo González-Ruibal is a researcher at the Institute of Heritage Sciences (Spain specializing in contemporary archaeology. His work focuses on the dark side of modernity –war, dictatorship, colonialism. One of his main lines of research is the archaeology of the Spanish Civil War and the Franco dictatorship. He has excavated in some of the most iconic places of the war and postwar period, from the battlefields of the Ebro to the Valley of the Fallen. His publications include An archaeology of the contemporary era (2019) and The Archaeology of the Spanish Civil War (2020), both with Routledge.
Alison Ribeiro de Menezes
Alison Ribeiro de Menezes is Professor of Hispanic Studies at the University of Warwick, UK. For the past decade her research has focused on questions of cultural memory in Spain, Portugal, and Chile. In 2014 she published Embodying Memory in Contemporary Spain, a study of how Spanish narrative and film since the late 1990s has approached memories of the Civil War and Franco dictatorship. She has also co-edited the volume, Legacies of War and Dictatorship in Contemporary Portgual and Spain with Catherine O'Leary (2011). She is currently Principal Investigator on a major oral history project, 'Voices of Humanitarianism: British Responses to Refugees from Chile', in collaboration with the Museum of Memory and Human Rights in Santiago, Chile.
Andrea Davis (https://andrea-davis.com/) is Assistant Professor of History and Digital Humanities Director at Arkansas State University, where she researchers the memory cultures and urban social movements of 20th-century Spain. In addition to her work at the university, Andrea is the Associate Director of the Spanish Civil War Memory Project: Audiovisual Archive of the Francoist Repression (https://library.ucsd.edu/dc/collection/bb8602294g) and the General Editor of Bulletin for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies (https://asphs.net/about-bsphs/), where she has co-edited Special Issues on Digital Humanities (2018) and Iberian in Entangled and Transnational Contexts (2019).
Antonio Cazorla Sánchez
Antonio Cazorla-Sánchez is Professor of History, Department of History, Trent University. He is the author of nine books and dozens of chapters in books and articles, mostly in Spanish and English. He teaches a graduate course on Political Violence and Historical Memory in museums, and undergraduate courses on European History, Fascism and the Spanish Civil War. He is a frequent contributor to numerous international newspapers and TV series on these subjects. In 2020 he was the recipient of Trent University Distinguished Researcher Award.
Dwayne Collins is Digital Scholarship & Innovation Librarian at Trent University's Thomas J. Bata Library where he is also Head of the Odette Critical Making Studio. His works centres on institutional repositories, digital collections, and institutional memory.
Joan Maria Thomàs
Joan Maria Thomàs is professor of Contemporary History at the University Rovira i Virgili. He has received the ICREA Award of Excellence in Research, the Generalitat de Catalunya's Narcís Monturiol Medal and is correspondent member of the Real Academia de la Historia and the Editorial Board of Journal of Contemporary History. He has written eleven books on Spanish Fascism, Spanish Francoist single-party FET y de las JONS, US-Spain relations during the Second World War and biographical essays, some of them translated into English. He has been lecturer or researcher in universities of the US, Britain, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, India, and China.