Editors: John Crowley, William J. Smyth, Mike Murphy
David Butler is the Academic Director of the Irish Ancestry Research Centre in the University of Limerick.
Neil Buttimer is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Modern Irish, University College Cork.
Julian Campbell lectures in the Crawford College of Art and Design, Cork.
Lorraine Chadwick is a graduate of the Department of Geography, University College Cork.
Peter Connell completed a PhD on the impact of the Famine in County Meath and works in Information Services, Trinity College Dublin.
David Dickson is Professor in the Department of Modern History, Trinity College Dublin.
Luke Dodd is Director of the Newsroom at The Guardian Newspaper and former curator of the Strokestown Famine Museum.
Terence Dooley is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of History, NUI Maynooth and Co-ordinator of the Centre for the Study of Irish Historic Houses and Estates.
Patrick Duffy is Professor in the Department of Geography, NUI Maynooth.
John Feehan is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Biology and Environmental Science, University College Dublin.
Connell Foley is Director of Strategy, Advocacy and Learning, Concern Worldwide.
Kieran Foley is a teacher and historian based in Malahide, Dublin who completed a PhD on the impact of the Famine in Co. Kerry.
Marita Foster is a historian and acting Head of the International Education Office, University College Cork.
Laurence Geary is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of History, University College Cork.
Jonny Geber is a graduate of Stockholm University and Gotland University and is currently undertaking a PhD at Queen’s University Belfast.
Peter Gray is Professor of Modern History and Head of School of History and Anthropology, Queens University Belfast.
Brian Gurrin is a post-doctoral fellow at NUI Maynooth.
Jennifer Harrison is a Lecturer in the School of History, Philosophy, Religion and Classics, The University of Queensland, Australia.
Helen E. Hatton is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of History, University of Toronto, Canada.
Annette Hennessy is a sculptor who has worked internationally and on public sculpture throughout Ireland.
Patrick Hickey is a historian based in Timoleague, Co. Cork and author of The Famine in West Cork: the Mizen Peninsula Land and People 1800-1852.
Kevin Hourihan, Senior Lecturer (retired) in the Department of Geography, University College Cork.
Marion Ingoldsby is a composer and teacher.
Mary Kelly is a Lecturer, Department of Geography, NUI Maynooth.
Thomas Keneally won the Booker Prize in 1982 for Schindler’s Ark. He also wrote The Great Shame: A Story of the Irish in the Old World and the New.
Liam Kennedy is Professor of Economic & Social History at Queens University Belfast.
Christine Kinealy is Professor of History at Caspersen Graduate School, Drew University, New Jersey.
Joe Lee is Professor and Director of Glucksman Ireland House, New York University.
Gerard Mac Atasney is a historian who has published widely on the Famine.
Piaras Mac Éinrí is a Lecturer in the Department of Geography, University College Cork.
Jim MacLaughlin, Senior Lecturer (retired), Department of Geography, University College Cork.
Catherine Marshall is a former collections curator at the Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA).
Mark McGowan is Professor and Principal, Department of History, St. George’s Campus, University of Toronto.
Dympna McLoughlin is a Lecturer, Department of History, NUI Maynooth.
Kerby Miller is Curators’ Professor at the Department of History, University of Missouri.
Chris Morash is Professor and Head of the Department of English at NUI Maynooth.
David Nally is a Lecturer in Geography at Cambridge University.
Grace Neville is Vice-President for Teaching and Learning and Professor in the Department of French, University College Cork.
Máiréad Nic Craith is Professor of European Culture and Society, School of Languages, Literatures and Cultures University of Ulster (Magee).
William F. Nolan is Associate Professor at the School of Geography, Planning and Environmental Policy, University College Dublin.
Patrick Nugent is a Lecturer in Irish Studies at the University of Liverpool.
John O'Connell is a genealogist and local historian living in Donoughmore, County Cork.
Cormac Ó Gráda is Professor in the School of Economics, University College Dublin.
Hilary O’Kelly is a Lecturer in the History of Design at The National College of Art and Design, Dublin.
Michelle O’Mahony is a graduate of the Department of History University College Cork and author of Famine in Cork City.
Charles E. Orser, curator of historical archaeology, New York State Museum.
Cathal Póirtéir is a broadcaster and producer with RTE and has published widely on the folklore of the Famine.
Natasha Powers is Head of Osteology at the Museum of London.
John Reid is a former cabinet minister in the British government and former chairman of Glasgow Celtic FC.
Ciarán Reilly is a research fellow attached to the Centre for the Study of Historic Irish Houses & Estates.
Colin Sage is a Senior Lecturer in Geography at University College Cork.
Regina Sexton is a food historian, food writer, broadcaster and cook.
John Sheehan is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Archaeology, University College Cork.
Anelise H. Shrout is completing a PhD on the Famine and New York at the Department of History, University of New York.
Matthew Stout is a Lecturer in the Department of History, St Patrick's College, Drumcondra.
Liz Thomas is an archaeologist at Queen’s University, Belfast.
Carmen Tunney works in the Institute of Irish Studies, University of Liverpool.
Kathleen Villiers-Tuthill is a native of Clifden and the author of five books and numerous articles on the history of West County Galway.