Stephen P. Hanna holds a Ph.D. in geography from the University of Kentucky, an M.A. in geography from the University of Vermont, and a B.A. in geography from Clark University. He is a human geographer who has been recognized for his research on heritage tourism landscapes, race and the politics of memory, and cartography. His published works on these topics include the co-authored book, Remembering Enslavement (2022) and numerous articles that have appeared in Progress in Human Geography, Social and Cultural Geography, Cartographica, the Journal of Heritage Tourism, ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies, Historical Geography, Urban Geography, and the Southeastern Geographer. Dr. Hanna was also the co-editor for the volumes Mapping Tourism (2003) and Social Memory and Heritage Tourism Research Methodologies (2015) and currently serves as the Cartography Editor for the American Association of Geographers.