Pertti Ahonen is Professor of History at the University of Jyväskylä. He is primarily interested in post-1945 European history, with a particular emphasis on such issues as forced migrations and their consequences; identity-building processes during the Cold War; memory regimes; and the history of divided Germany.

Dagmar Brunow is a senior lecturer in Film Studies at Linnaeus University, Sweden. Her research centres on archives and audiovisual heritage, cultural memory, documentary filmmaking as well as feminist and queer experimental filmmaking and video practice.

Heike Graf

Karina Horsti is Senior Lecturer and Academy of Finland Fellow at the University of Jyväskylä. Her research focuses on transnational migration and refugees from media and cultural studies perspectives.

Wulf Kansteiner is Professor of History at Aarhus University with a specific interest in memory studies, media history, and Holocaust studies.

Cornelia Lund is a Berlin-based media and art theorist and curator with a special interest in documentary practices and decolonial discourses.

Philipp Seuferling is a PhD student in Media and Communication Studies at Södertörn University, Stockholm. His doctoral research focuses on media practices among historical refugees and migrants in Germany.

Hans-Ulrich Wagner is a Senior Researcher at the Hans-Bredow-Institute for Media Research and a Lecturer at the Universität Hamburg, Institut für Medien und Kommunikation.