Michelle LeBaron

Professor Michelle LeBaron is a conflict transformation scholar/practitioner at UBC in Canada. She has done seminal work exploring how arts help shift intractable conflicts. Michelle has served as visiting professor and research fellow at the Trinity College Arts and...

Margarita Saona

Margarita Saona studied linguistics and literature at Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú . She received a Ph.D. in Latin American literature from Columbia University in New York. She lives in Chicago, where she is head of the department of Hispanic and Italian...

Nayanika Mookherjee

Nayanika Mookherjee is a Reader of Socio-Cultural Anthropology in Durham University. She has published extensively on anthropology of violence, ethics and aesthetics. Recent publications include co-editing (with Christopher Pinney, 2011) the JRAI (Journal of Royal...

Maria Emma Wills

Dr. Maria Emma Wills is an Advisor to the Director of the National Center for Historical Memory since 2013. During the past four years, she has been responsible, with her team, for the participatory elaboration of a tool box for teachers on how to deal with the past...

Jackson Odong

Jackson Odong is a development and social justice activist-academic, a peacebuilding and transitional justice practitioner and consultant with strong expertise in forced migration, conflict analysis and post-war development. Jackson has a personal vision and...

Choman Hardi

  Choman Hardi was born in Kurdistan and sought refuge in the UK in 1993. She was educated in the universities of Oxford, London, and Kent. She was awarded a scholarship from the Leverhulme Trust to carry out her post-doctoral research about women survivors of...