Yonson Ahn, Korean Studies, Gender Studies, Professor, Goethe-University of Frankfurt, Germany, selected key words: Gender-based Violence in Conflict; Memory Politics; Transnational Migration and Gender; Transnational Feminist Activism
Miranda Alison, SVAC, Politics and International Studies, University of Warwick, UK, selected key words: Female Combatants in Non-state Military Groups; Ethno-National Conflicts in Sri Lanka and Northern Ireland
Claire Andrieu, Historian, Sciences Po Paris, France, selected key words: State and Society in France; Violence and Non Violence In World War II Europe; Mass Violence and Its Memories
Branka Antic-Stauber, prim. dr., Specialist in Family Medicine and Infectious Diseases, Association »Snaga zene« Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina, selected key words: Medical, Psychological, Social, and Cultural Aspect of War Rape in Bosnia and Herzegovina; Rehabilitation through Occupational Model, Horticultural and Ecological Therapy
Meira Asher, Artist, Haifa University, Israel, selected key words: Social Documentary; Female Ex-Child Combatants; Demilitarization; Radio Art; Sound Art
Aaron Belkin, Queer theory, Military Studies, American Politics; University of California, USA, selected key words: Anti-Militarism; Gays in the Military; Military Masculinity; Transgender Military Service; »Don't Ask, Don't Tell«; Research Translation and Public Policy
Doris Bergen, Historian, University of Toronto, Canada, selected key words: Women and Gender in the Holocaust and World War II; Linkages between Sexual Violence, Religion, and War
Debra Bergoffen, SVAC, Philosophy, Feminist Theory, American University, USA, selected key words: Human Rights; Politics; Phenomenology and Ontology of Vulnerability and Sexual Violence
Kerstin Bischl, Historian, Humboldt-University Berlin, Germany, selected key words: Gender, Sexuality and Violence in the Red Army during WWII; Sexual Violence and Liberation in Central and Eastern Europe
Jelke Boesten, Interdisciplinary Social Scientist, King’s College London, UK, selected key words: Peru; Sexual Violence in War and Peace; Social Policy; Gender, Memory and the Arts
Pascale R. Bos, SVAC, Comparative Literature and Cultural Studies, Holocaust and Gender Studies, University of Texas at Austin, USA, selected key words: Holocaust Memory; Gender and Sexuality during WWII and the Holocaust; Holocaust and (Trans-Generational) Trauma; Sexual Violence in Armed Conflict
Joanna Bourke, SVAC, Historian, Birkbeck, University of London, UK, selected key words: Sexual Violence in Britain and America from the Nineteenth to the Twenty-First Centuries
Raphaëlle Branche, SVAC, Historian, Rouen University, France, selected key words: Colonial Violence; Guerilla Warfare; Masculinity and War; Memory and Transmission
Susan Brownmiller, Independent Scholar and Adjunct Professor, Pace University in New York, USA, selected key words: »Against Our Will: Men, Women and Rape« (1975) and other books
Kirsten Campbell, SVAC, Sociology, Goldsmiths, UK, selected key words: Models of Sexual Violence, International Criminal Law, Gender Harms, Former Yugoslavia
Christine Chinkin, Professor of International Law, Director of the Centre on Women, Peace and Security at the LSE, UK
Ngwarsungu Chiwengo, English Literature, Creighton University, USA, selected key words: Representation, Gender and Rape in Congolese conflicts
Janine Natalya Clark, Law and International Relations, Associate Professor in International Criminal Law and Transitional Justice, University of Birmingham, UK, selected key words: Legacy of Mass Rape During the Bosnian War
Chris Coulter, Anthropologist and Expert on Women, Peace and Security, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Sweden, selected key words: Women, Peace and Security
Jason Crouthamel, Historian, Grand Valley State University, USA, selected key words: Gender and Sexuality in Germany during World War I; Sexual Violence and Crisis of Masculinity
Elma Demir, Researcher and Project Coordinator in BiH, Goldsmiths, University of London, Bosnia and Herzegovina, selected key words: Social Justice; Political Economy of Transitional Justice; the Rule of Law; Economics and War
Louise du Toit, SVAC, Philosopher, Department of Philosophy, Stellenbosch University, South Africa, selected key words: Sexual violence in the Postcolony; South Africa; Transitional Justice and Sexual Violence; Continuities and Discontinuities between War and Peace
Verónica Ferreira, International Relations Student, Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas da Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal, selected key words: Gender and Violence; Sexual Violence during Armed Conflicts; Western Discourses about Sexual Violence in the Middle East
Sybille Fezer, Social Worker and Journalist, Germany, selected key words: Peace Studies, Feminist Women’s NGO, SGBV Programmes in Kosovo, Afghanistan and Liberia
Katia Forbert Petersen, Film Director, Photographer and Producer, Sfinx Film /TV ApS Copenhagen, Denmark, selected key words: Documentary Film about Rape as a Weapon of War in Contemporary Armed Conflicts & against Lack of Judicial Justice Post-War
Lisa Gabriel, SVAC, Freelance Sociologist, Hamburg Foundation for the Advancement of Research and Culture – SVAC Bibliography, Germany, selected key words: Social Work in the Field of Violence Prevention and Youth Culture in Berlin
Anna v. Gall, SVAC, Lawyer, Germany, selected key words: Litigating (Conflict-Related) Sexual and Gender-Based Violence in Europe, the Philippines, DRC, Sri Lanka, and Colombia; CEDAW and Other UN Mechanisms
Júlia Garraio, SVAC, German Studies, Center for Social Studies (Coimbra), Portugal, selected key words: German Literature and WWII, Sexual Violence and Memory Politics
Joshua S. Goldstein, Professor Emeritus of International Relations, American University in Washington, DC, USA, selected key words: War and Gender; History of Women Combatants; Biology; Child Development; Masculinity
Sabine Grenz, Gender Studies, Wiss MA/Assistant Professor, Gender Studies Programmes at the Göttingen Centre for Gender Studies, Göttingen University, Germany, selected key words: Cultural History of Sexuality; Gendered Construction of Sexuality; Second World War.
Karin Griese, SVAC, Sociologist, medica mondiale e.V., Germany, selected key words: Feminist Women's NGO; Holistic and Trauma Sensitive Support to Survivors of War-Related Sexual Violence in Areas of War and Conflict; Qualification Programmes
Atina Grossmann, History, Professor, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Cooper Union, New York, USA, selected key words: Gender and the Holocaust: History and Memory; Gender and Sexuality during and after WWII: Jewish Refugees and Survivors; Sexuality and Sexual Violence in Postwar Germany
Christa Hämmerle, Historian, Department of History at the University of Vienna and L'Homme, Europäische Zeitschrift für Feministische Geschichtswissenschaft, Austria, selected key words: Gender and Violence during World War I; the Austro-Hungarian Army (1868-1914); Total War and Ego-Documents
Carol Harrington, Sociology and Social Policy, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, selected key words: International institutions, Feminist Activism, and Sexual Violence discourse and Policy; Sex Work, Trafficking in Women and Discourses of Sexual Violence; Sexual Violence and the Construction of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Monika Hauser, SVAC, Gynaecologist and Women’s Rights Activist, medica mondiale e.V., Germany, selected key words: Empowerment of Women after Experiences of Sexualised Violence in War and Conflict
Marta Havryshko, Historian, Ivan Krypyakevych Institute of Ukrainian Studies of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Ukraine, selected key words: Sexual Violence during World War II in Ukraine; Gender and Nationalism; Ukrainian Nationalist Underground Movement (OUN, UPA); Soviet Regime
Renee Heberle, Professor, Political Science and Law and Society, USA; selected key words: Feminist Theory; Sexual Violence and Social Movements; Domestic Law and Sexual Violence; Gender and Incarceration
Elissa Helms, Anthropologist, Department of Gender Studies, Central European University in Budapest, Hungary, selected key words: Gender and Nationalism; Women's Activism; Gender and War; Post-war Memory Politics; Bosnia-Herzegovina; Former Yugoslavia
Smiljana Hesse, Teacher for Adults, Vive Zene e.V. Dortmund, Germany, selected key words: Gender and Sexuality during the War in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Psycho-social Work and Women’s Rights, Transitional Justice
Jasmina Husanovic, Associate Professor of Cultural Studies, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina, selected key words: Trauma, Witnessing and Gender; Politics of Memory in the Former Yugoslavia; Sexual Violence and Conflict
Tuba Inal, Political Scientist, Izmir University, Turkey, selected key words: International Humanitarian Law; Development of the Laws of War and Rape in War; Sexual Violence against Women and Just War Theorizing
Dobrochna Kałwa, Assistant Professor, University of Warsaw, selected key words: Women’s History in 20th-century Poland, Memory of WW II
Claudia Kemper, Historian, Hamburg Institute for Social Research, Germany, selected key words: Gender Theory in Contemporary History, Social Movement
Sabine Lammers, Editor, Publishing House Hamburger Edition HIS, German
Julie Le Gac, Historian, Post-Doctoral Fellow, Labex Ecrire une Histoire Nouvelle de l’Europe at the Paris Sorbonne, France, selected key words: Sexual Violence during the Second World War; Gender; Race
Na-Young Lee, Feminist Sociologist, Department of Sociology at Chung-Ang University in Seoul, Korea, selected key words: Gender and Sexuality during the Cold War in East Asia; Women's Movements on Sexual Violence and Prostitution
Susann Lewerenz, SVAC, Historian, Staff Member SVAC at the Hamburg Foundation for the Advancement of Research and Culture, Germany, selected key words: Postcolonial German History; Race and Gender
Bob Lilly, Sociologist and Criminologist, Northern Kentucky University, USA, selected key words: Rape and Other Serious Crimes Committed by US Soldiers in WWII (Europe) and North Africa; Sex Crimes and Comparative Rape Narratives
Elissa Mailänder, SVAC, Historian, Centre d'Histoire de Sciences Po Paris, France, selected key words: Gender and Sexuality in Nazi Germany and Occupied Europe during World War II; Perpetrator History and Concentration Camp Violence
Rashida Manjoo, SRVAW in UN System and Law Professor, United Nations and University of Cape Town, South Africa, selected key words: State Responsibility to Act with Due Diligence to Respond to and Prevent Violence against Women and Girls
Chiseche Salome Mibenge, Law & Political Science, City University of New York Graduate Center and Lehman College, USA, selected key words: Gender, Race and Sexuality; Homosocial Spaces and Gender Based Violence; Enforcement of Morality Laws against Women and LGBT Communities; Oral History as Feminist Method; Creative Writing as Feminist Method
Gabriela Mischkowski, SVAC, Advisor for Gender Justice, medica mondiale e.V., Germany, selected key words: Sexual Violence in Judicial Proceedings
Gorana Mlinarevic, Researcher, Goldsmiths, University of London, Bosnia and Herzegovina, selected key words: Prosecution of War crimes; Social Justice; Feminist Justice; Feminist Movement
Nayanika Mookherjee, Social Anthropology, University of Durham, UK, selected key words: Gendered Violence during Wars; Commemoration and Public Memory; Bangladesh War of 1971; South Asia
Jaimie Morse, MPH, PhD Candidate in Sociology, Northwestern University, Chicago, USA, selected key words: History and Use of Medical Evidence to Document Political and Sexual Violence among Survivors
Jessica Mosbahi, Lawyer and Advisor on Human Rights and Politics, medica mondiale e.V., Germany, selected key words: Lobbying on Women's Rights (especially in Afghanistan) and Implementation of UNSC Res. 1325; Prosecution of Sexualised War Violence
Tatiana Moura, SVAC, Political Scientist, Executive Director Instituto Promundo, Brazil, selected key words: Feminism and International Relations; New Wars and Urban Violence; Gender and Armed Violence
Regina Mühlhäuser, SVAC, Historian, Hamburg Foundation for the Advancement of Research and Culture, Associate Researcher at the Hamburg Institute for Social Research, Germany, selected key words: Sexuality and Violence during World War II in Europe and Asia; Sexual Violence and Memory Politics
Christina Müller, Editor of the Journal of the Hamburg Institute for Social Research, Mittelweg 36, Germany
Alejandra Muñoz, ECCHR, Germany
Michiko Nakahara, Historian, Co-Chairperson, Violence against Women in War Research and Action Center, selected key words: Forced Labour in Asia during World War II; Comfort Women; International Women's Tribunal; Memory
Alexandra Oberländer, Historian, Germany, selected key words: Sexual Violence in Russia 1880-1910
Annette Mari Olsen, Film director and Producer, Sfinx Film /TV ApS Copenhagen, Denmark, selected key words: Documentary Film about Rape as a Weapon of War in Contemporary Armed Conflicts & against Lack of Judicial Justice Post-War
Valerie Oosterveld, Associate Dean for Research and Administration and Associate Professor, University of Western Ontario Faculty of Law, Canada, selected key words: the Meaning of ›gender‹ in International Criminal Law; Forced Marriage; the Intersection of Sexual and Gender-Based Violence with other Prohibited Acts, such as Murder, Enslavement and Committing Acts of Terror in International Criminal Law
Maria O'Reilly, International Relations, Goldsmiths, University of London, UK, selected key words: Gender and Agency in War and Peace; Gender and DDR; Women's Activism around Transitional Justice Issues in Bosnia & Herzegovina
Birgit Otte, Editorial Director of the Publishing House Hamburger Edition HIS, Germany
Patricia Owens, Reader in International Relations, University of Sussex, UK, selected key words: Gender and Counterinsurgency; Torture, Sexuality and Military Orientalism
Donna Pankhurst, Professor of Peacebuilding and Development, Peace Studies, University of Bradford, UK, selected key words: Masculinities; Soldiers; Ex-combatants; Peacebuilding; Sexual Violence; Conflict
Andrea Pető, Historian, Professor, Central European University in Budapest, Hungary, selected key words: Sexual Violence; Second World War; Memory Politics; Gender
Nela Porobić Isaković, Project Coordinator, Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, Bosnia and Herzegovina, selected key words: Wartime Sexual Violence and Transitional Justice, in particular, Reparations; Wartime Sexual Violence in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Jan Philipp Reemtsma, Philologist, Founder of the Hamburg Institute for Social Research, Executive Council of the Hamburg Foundation for the Advancement of Research and Culture, Germany, selected key words: Literature of the 18th and 20th Centuries; Theory of Civilization; History of Human Destructivity
Madeleine Rees, SVAC, Lawyer, Secretary General of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom
Amandine Regamey, SVAC, Russian Language & Culture, University Paris I and CERCEC (EHESS/ CNRS), France, selected key words: Chechnya & Russia; War Legends; Soviet Union and WWII
Mary Louise Roberts, Lucie Aubrac Distinguished Professor of History, Plaenert Bascom Professor of History, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin, USA, selected key words: Gender and Sexuality during the Second World War in France, England and the United States; Sexual Violence, Gender and Race Relations during the Second World War
Sofia José Santos, International Relations, Centre for Social Studies at the University of Coimbra, Portugal, selected key words: Media and Masculinities; Media and Gender Studies; Media and Memory Politics
Robin May Schott, Philosopher, Danish Institute for international Studies, Denmark, selected key words: Ethics, Social and Political Philosophy; Feminist Philosophy; Gender, Conflict, War, and Sexual Violence
Ruth Seifert, Sociologist, Professor, the University of Applied Sciences Regensburg, Germany, selected key words: Gender-specific Violence in Armed Conflicts; Gender and Post-war Reconstruction
Atreyee Sen, SVAC, Anthropologist, University of Copenhagen, Denmark, selected key words: Urban Conflict and Poverty in India; Violent Political Movements and Prison Politics in Urban India
Fernando Serrano-Amaya, Anthropologist, Consultant, Secretaría Distrital de la Mujer – District Women’s Department in Bogotá, Colombia, selected key words: Homophobic Violence in Armed Conflicts in Latin America; Sexuality, Violence and Political Conflicts; Masculinities; Peace Building, Gender and Sexuality
Sabine Sielke, Chair of North American Literature and Culture and Director, North American Studies Program, University of Bonn, Germany, selected key terms: Discourses of Sexual Violence in American Literature and Culture; Trauma Studies; Feminist Criticism and Gender Studies
Silke Studzinsky, Lawyer at the ECCC and Legal Adviser at the Trust Fund for Victims at the ICC, Germany, selected key words: Represented Victims of Sexual Violence at the ECCC and Fostered the Inclusion of Sexual Violence and Forced Marriage into the Indictment; Reparations for Victims of Sexual Violence as International Crimes
Yuki Tanaka, SVAC, History, War Crimes, Hiroshima Peace Institute, Japan and Australia, selected key words: Japanese Military Sex Slaves; the Asia Pacific War; Politics of War Responsibility and Memories
Meredeth Turshen, Professor, School of Planning & Public Policy, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, USA, selected key words: Gender and the Political Economy of Conflict; Health Consequences of Violence against Women; Africa (Algeria, RD Congo, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Uganda, etc.)
Fabrice Virgili, SVAC, Historian, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, France, selected key words: War and Gender during World War I and II in Western Europe and Asia; Sexual Violence; Domestic Violence
Patricia Viseur Sellers, International Criminal Lawyer, Oxford University, International Criminal Court, UK, selected key words: International Criminal/Humanitarian Law; Sexual and Gender Based Violence in Armed Conflict; International Human Rights
Mina Watanabe, Activist, Women's Active Museum on War and Peace (WAM), Japan, selected key words: Japan's Military Sexual Slavery (the »Comfort Women« Issue); Museum and Education; Memory Politics; Reparation
Tsukasa Yajima, Photographer and Journalist, Germany/Japan, Asahi Shimbun, selected key words: Photography Project on »Comfort Women« in Korea (2003-2006)
Daqing Yang, Historian, George Washington University, USA, currently at IfZ, Munich, Germany, selected key words: Violence and War Crimes during World War II in Asia; War and Memory Politics
Hyunah Yang, SVAC, Professor of Law, Seoul National University, Korea, selected key words: Feminist Legal Studies; Post-colonialism and Family Law in Korea; Victim Testimony Research with Emphasis on the Japanese Military Sexual Slavery Survivors
Dubravka Zarkov, SVAC, Sociology, Development of Women’s Studies and Conflict Studies, International Institute of Social Studies in the Hague, the Netherlands, selected key words: Gender, Sexuality, Ethnicity, War, and Media; Femininity/Masculinity and Sexual Violence against Women and Men; Neo-Liberal Economic Globalization; Militarism and War; Former Yugoslavia; South Asia; USA; Netherlands
Gaby Zipfel, SVAC, Social Scientist, Hamburg Foundation for the Advancement of Research and Culture, Associate Researcher at the Hamburg Institute for Social Research, Germany, selected key words: War as State of Society; Gender as a Structuring Category of Violence