Suzanna Wagner, author of “Households Large and Small: Healthcare Civilians and the Prominence of Women’s Work in the Edmonton Bulletin’s Reporting of the 1918 Influenza Pandemic ” in JCHA/RSHC 32 no.2.


Rachel Hope Cleves, author of Unspeakable: A life beyond Sexual Morality. Winner of 2021 Wallace K. Ferguson Prize and subject of a roundatable in JCHA/RSHC 32 no. 2.


Nicole Demarchi, author of “Between Expiatory Religious Processions and Individual Escapes: Responses to Bubonic Plague Epidemics in the Historiae of Gregory of Tours and Paul the Deacon” in JCHA/RSCH 32 no.2


jason chalmers, author of “Decolonizing the Holocaust: Curatorial Possibilities at the Montreal Holocaust Museum.” in JCHA/RSHC 32 no.2


Beatrice Craig author of "Producerist consumers? Men, women and consumption in rural eastern Canada, 1830-1867." in JCHA/RSHC 31 no.2


Justin Richard Dubé l'auteur de "L’octroi du droit de vote universel autochtone aux élections fédérales" dans JCHA/RSHC 31 no.2.


Aidan Forth author of "Barbed-Wire Imperialism: Britain’s Empire of Camps, 1876-1902." The subject of JCHA/RSHC 31 no.2 roundtable.


David M.K. Sheinin author of The Slow Conquest of the Argentine Frontier: From the Subversive Gaucho through the Erasure of First Peoples to the Cold War Military Triumph over Antarctica in JCHA/RSHC 31 no.1.


Cheryl Thompson author of Black "Minstrelsy on Canadian Stages: Nostalgia for Plantation Slavery in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries" in JCHA/RSHC 31 no.1.


Olivier Guimond l'auteur de "Louis-Joseph Papineau’s Seigneurialism, Republicanism, and Jeffersonian Inclinations" dans JCHA/RSHC 31 no.1.


Sydney Harker author of " 'A Galaxy of Youth and Beauty' : Beauty Entertainment in Late Victorian Ontario" in JCHA/RSHC issue 32 no.1.


Frederick Glover, author of "'Very clever and yet too highly flavoured’: Why Robert Grierson’s History of the Canadian Presbyterian Mission in Korea and Manchuria was Unfit to Print" in JCHA/RSHC issue 32 no. 1