Bryan Banks, Executive Editor, Co-Founder
Bryan Banks, PhD is Assistant Professor of History at SUNY Adirondack. He teaches courses on European history, the Age of Enlightenment, the French Revolution, Nineteenth-Century Europe, and historical writing. His current research focuses on Huguenot refugees during the French Enlightenment and French Revolution. Follow him on Twitter @Bryan_A_Banks.
Cindy Ermus, Executive Editor, Co-Founder
Cindy Ermus, PhD is Assistant Professor of History at the University of Lethbridge where she teaches courses on European history, the Age of Revolution, and the history of disasters. Her current research explores crisis management and exploitation in eighteenth-century port cities, especially responses to the 1720 Plague of Provence in Europe and its colonies in the Americas and Asia. Follow her on Twitter @CindyErmus.
Katlyn Carter, Editor
Katlyn Carter holds a PhD in History from Princeton University and is currently a postdoctoral fellow at the Weiser Center for Emerging Democracies at the University of Michigan. Her current research explores state secrecy and representative politics in the eighteenth-century Atlantic World. She is interested in the comparative study of revolutions and history of the book and media.
Blake Smith, Editor
Blake Smith holds a PhD in History from Northwestern University and the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales. His research on European interactions with Asia has appeared in journals such as History of European Ideas and History of the Economic and Social History of the Orient as well as popular media. He is currently a Max Weber Fellow at the European University Institute.
Rob Taber, Editor
Robert D. Taber, Ph.D. is assistant professor of government and history at Fayetteville State University in North Carolina. A historian of Haiti, he is currently working on a book project examining the intersection of slavery and family life in Saint-Domingue and the early Haitian Revolution. Follow him on Twitter @RobTaber.
Kacy Dowd Tillman, Editor
Kacy Dowd Tillman, PhD is an Associate Professor of English and Writing and Associate Director of the Honors Program at the University of Tampa. She studies letters, journals, and other forms of print culture of the American Revolution. She is currently researching female loyalist authorship and black loyalism in manuscripts of the late eighteenth century. The courses she teaches at Tampa include gender studies, literature of the early American republic, and early American foodways. Follow her on Twitter @kacytillman.
Erin Zavitz, Editor
Erin Zavitz, PhD is Assistant Professor of History at the University of Montana Western. She teaches courses on Latin American and Caribbean history, Atlantic World slavery, oral history, and historical methods. Erin’s research focuses on 19th and 20th century Haiti, in particular collective memory of the Haitian Revolution and the construction of Haitian national identity. Follow her on Twitter @erinzavitz.