Audra A. Diptee is an Associate Professor in the Department of History at Carleton University. Her published work focuses on both the Caribbean and Africa. Her research explores several themes related to colonialism and imperialism, children and childhood in the global south, gender, historical memory, slavery, and race relations.
Tracey Lynn Thompson serves as the Director and Public Historian at the Oral and Public History Institute at the University of the Bahamas. She was granted a Ph.D. (history) from the University of Toronto and a Juris Doctor from the Columbia University School of Law. Her work, to date, includes writings on public history, curriculum development, and several multi-media projects.
Catherine Koonar is a historian of capitalism and food history in the United States. She received her PhD in history at the University of Toronto. Her current book project investigates the history of US capitalism through the lens of the Hershey Chocolate Company and its namesake town of Hershey, Pennsylvania.