Robert Schertzer is an Associate Professor at the University of Toronto. His research examines the intersection of three areas: federalism, constitutional law, and the politics of national identity. His work has appeared in top venues, including Ethnic and Racial Studies; Publius; Nations andNationalism and the International Journal of Constitutional Law. His first book, The Judicial Role in a Diverse Federation (2016), was shortlisted for the best book on Canadian politics by the Canadian Political Science Association. Prior to joining the University of Toronto, he spent a decade withthe Government of Canada working on social policy, immigration policy and intergovernmental relations. Eric Taylor Woods is a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Sociology at the University of Plymouth. His research examines the relationship between culture and politics, with a particular focus on nationalism. He has published in numerous academic journals, such as: American Journal of CulturalSociology, Ethnic and Racial Studies, Ethnicities, and Nations and Nationalism. His most recent book, entitled, A Cultural Sociology of Anglican Mission and the Indian Residential School in Canada: The Long Road to Apology (2016), engages with theories of cultural trauma to shed new light onChristian-Indigenous relations in Canada.