Marjorie Keniston McIntosh is Distinguished Professor of History Emerita, University of Colorado at Boulder. Her previous publications deal with the social history of England, 1350-1600, and African women.
Susan Kilby is a Research Fellow in the Institute for Name-Studies at the University of Nottingham and a Visiting Fellow at the Centre for English Local History at the University of Leicester. She is also the Hon. Secretary for the Medieval Settlement Research Group.
David Killingray is Emeritus Professor of Modern History at Goldsmiths, and Senior Research Fellow at the School of Advanced Study, University of London. A recent chairman of the BALH, he has published many books and articles on aspects of Kent history.
Prof. Steven King is Director of the University of Leicester Centre for Medical Humanities. He is a co-editor of Poverty and Sickness in Modern Europe: Narratives of the Sick Poor (2012) and edits the journal Family and Community History.
Julia von dem Knesebeck read History at Cambridge University and gained her D.Phil at Oxford University.
Whilst at Oxford, she received a scholarship from the Alfred Toepfer Foundation in Germany and was a research fellow at the Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies (part of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum).
Hristo Slavov Kyuchukov is a leading specialist in the field of Romani language and education of Roma children in Europe.
His research interests are in the field of bilingualism, education of Roma and Turkish children in Europe, language acquisition, psycholinguistics and sociolinguistics, languages in contact, Roma Holocaust and Antigypsyism in Europe.
His linguistic research are on Romani, Balkan Turkish, Gagauz and Tatar languages in Bulgaria, Bulgarian, Slovak and Russian languages.