Vahagn Avedian holds an MSc in Computing Science (1999) and an MA in History (2008), both from Uppsala University, Sweden. He is the Chief Editor of the bilingual (English and Swedish) Internet site Armenica.org, dedicated to the history of Armenia and its related issues. He is also the editor of Folkmordet1915.se, a Swedish Internet site dedicated entirely to the Armenian Genocide.
Kimberley A. Ducey is a member of the Faculty of Arts (Department of Sociology), University of Winnipeg.
Katherine Goldsmith holds a BA (Hons) degree in Politics with Media and Cultural Studies and a European Joint Master's degree in Human Rights and Genocide Studies from Kingston University in the United Kingdom, the latter including a semester at the Università degli Studi di Siena, Italy, and another semester interning at the Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, George Mason University, USA. Since completing her master's degree in January 2010 she has undertaken some editing work for the government of Switzerland for the Second Regional Forum on Genocide Prevention, Arusha, Tanzania, 2010.
Dr Aidan Hehir is Senior Lecturer in International Relations with the Department of Politics and International Relations at the University of Westminster. His research interests include humanitarian intervention, state building, and the prevention of genocide. He is the author of Kosovo, Intervention and Statebuilding (Routledge, 2010); Humanitarian Intervention: An Introduction (Palgrave Macmillan, 2010); Humanitarian Intervention After Kosovo (Palgrave Macmillan, 2008); and Statebuilding: Theory and Practice (Routledge, 2007, 2009), as well as of a number of journal articles.
Elisabeth King is a post-doctoral research fellow at the Earth Institute at Columbia University in New York. She works on issues at the intersection of peacebuilding, conflict, and development in sub-Saharan Africa. To learn more about her work, please see www.columbia.edu/~ek2570/.
Geneviève Parent is Assistant Professor of Conflict Studies at Saint-Paul University in Ottawa, Canada. She specializes in victimology, victims of violence, and research methods. Specifically, her research interests include phenomenology; victims' rights; victims of war; the effects of mass violence on individuals and communities; and questions of healing, transitional justice, and reconciliation in peacebuilding practices. She is presently working on a book on peacebuilding and psychologies of peace based on the comparative analyses of African conflict victims. [End Page 341]