About the Authors
Elisabetta Kerr is an M.A. candidate in History at the University of Toronto. Her longtime fascination with the Cold War and budding interest in Canadian history have inspired Elisabetta to continue research in the field of Canadian Cold War intelligence for her Master's degree.
Daria Mancino is a third-year student at the University of Toronto completing a double major in Peace, Conflict and Justice Studies and Urban Studies. She is the Editor-in-Chief of the Urban Studies Undergraduate Journal, DenCity, and the Layout Director of The Innis Herald, her college newspaper. Daria’s interests include causes of protracted conflict, conceptions of positive peace, and diplomacy.
Alexandra Southgate is a History student at Victoria College, University of Toronto. She is interested in the Cold War and Canadian foreign policy and has conducted research in this area as a Jackman Scholar-in-Residence, a Rutherford Research Assistant, and a Northrop Frye Centre Undergraduate Fellow.
Darcy Taylor is a fourth-year student of International Relations at Trinity College, University of Toronto as a Loran Scholar. Originally from St. John’s Newfoundland, he has studied at the Paris Institute of Political Studies, completed a summer abroad program at Fudan University (Shanghai), and interned in the United States Congress. Darcy has an interest in issues of international security, Cold War history, and Canadian foreign policy.
Andrew Zhao is a Political Science, Philosophy, and Mathematics student at the University of Toronto. He is committed to helping high school students engage with international politics, and dedicates his free time to various educational non-profits in both Canada and the US. Andrew's research interests include electoral politics, international relations, and the national politics of Canada, the US, and China.
This project was made possible by the Jackman Humanities Institute Scholars-in-Residence program for undergraduate students at the University of Toronto, under the guidance and supervision of Prof. Timothy Sayle.