Susan J. Brison is Eunice and Julian Cohen Professor for the Study of Ethics and Human Values and Professor of Philosophy at Dartmouth College. She is the author of Aftermath: Violence and the Remaking of a Self and co-editor of Free Speech in the Digital Age.
Barrett Emerick is an Associate Professor of Philosophy at St. Mary's College of Maryland. He writes and teaches about normative ethics, moral psychology, and social justice. He recently published a chapter called "Love, Activism, and Social Justice," in Love, Justice, and Autonomy: Philosophical Perspectives (Routledge) edited by Rachel Fedock, Michael Kühler, and T. Raja Rosenhagen. He is currently coauthoring a monograph on moral solidarity, moral repair, and restorative justice.
Audrey Yap is an Associate Professor in the Philosophy Department at the University of Victoria, working mainly in feminist philosophy, broadly construed. She is also an immigrant settler who lives on unceded Lekwungen territory.
Alice MacLachlan is Associate Professor of Philosophy at York University and co-editor of Feminist Philosophy Quarterly. She writes and teaches in moral, political and feminist philosophy, focusing on philosophical issues arising in the aftermath of conflict. She is co-editor of Justice, Responsibility and Reconciliation in the Wake of Conflict (Springer 2013) and her other publications include "Risks and Temptations: On the Appeal of (In)Civility" (2020), "Trust Me, I'm Sorry: The Paradox of Public Apologies," (2015) and "Gender and Public Apology" (2013). She is currently completing a SSHRC-funded research project on the ethics and politics of civility.
Shannon Dea is a Professor in the Philosophy and Classics Department and Dean of Arts at the University of Regina. She works on feminist, social and applied philosophy, and the history of philosophy. Shannon is the author of the Dispatches on Academic Freedom column in University Affairs (https://www.universityaffairs.ca/opinion/dispatches-academic-freedom/). [End Page vi]