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Dubravka Zarkov is an associate professor of Gender, Conflict and Development at the International Institute of Social Studies/EUR, The Hague. She teaches on feminist epistemology, conflict theories and media representations of war and violence. Her main fields of interest are gender, sexuality and ethnicity in the context of war and violence, and their media representations. In 2012 Zarkov was a recipient of NIAS fellowship. She published The Body of War: Media, Ethnicity and Gender in the Break-up of Yugoslavia (2007, Duke University Press) about media representations of war in former Yugoslavia, and Gender, Conflict, Development (2008, Zubaan) about global dimensions of contemporary wars. In 2002 Zarkov co-edited with Cynthia Cockburn a book about Dutch peacekeeping in Bosnia, The Postwar Moment: Militaries, Masculinities and International Peacekeeping (Lawrence and Wishart).
Marlies Glasius is a Professor in International Relations at the Department of Politics, University of Amsterdam and holder of the Special Chair, Citizen Involvement in Conflict and Post-Conflict Zones, Free University Amsterdam. She was previously the managing editor of the Global Civil Society Yearbook, coordinator of the Study Group on European Security, and a lecturer in Global Politics at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). She published research on international criminal courts, including The International Criminal Court: A Global Civil Society Achievement (2006) and a number of journal articles and book chapters on the relations between international criminal courts and their socio-political contexts. In 2012 Glasius was a recipient of NIAS fellowship
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