Dr. S. Karly Kehoe is Professor of History and Canada Research Chair in Atlantic Canada Communities. Her current research considers settler colonialism and how religious minority migrants acquired and exercised colonial privilege in the north Atlantic world between c. 1750 and c. 1850. She is an advocate of science diplomacy and a member of the International Science Council’s (ISC) Freedom and Responsibility in Science Standing Committee, the InterAcademy Partnership’s (IAP) Policy Advice Development Committee, and the Science in Exile steering committee (a partnership of UNESCO-TWAS, ISC, and IAP). She is the past president of the Royal Society of Canada’s College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists and is the founder and lead of the RSC’s At-Risk and Displaced Academics and Artists (ARDAA) programme. In addition to the ARDAA programme, she also co-founded the At-Risk and Academic Refugee Membership programme (Young Academy of Scotland) and the At-Risk Scholar Initiative (Global Young Academy).