Susanne Buckley-Zistel is Professor for Peace and Conflict Studies at the Center for Conflict Studies, Philipps University Marburg, Germany (since 2009). Her research interests include transitional justice, gender, post-structural theory, spatial theory and the nexus between peace and development assistance. Prior to that was a Visiting Professor for International Relations, Free University Berlin (2008), Principle Investigator at the Otto-Suhr Institute of the Free University Berlin (2008-2009), Visiting Fellow at the Collaborative Research Center ‘Governance in Areas of Limited Statehood‘ (2007-2008, Berlin), Research Fellow at the Peace Research Institute Frankfurt (HSFK, 2003-2006) and at the Conflict, Security and Development Group (King's College, London, 2001-2002). She was PhD awared from the London School of Economics (LSE, 1998-2002) and holds a Master of Arts in International Relations at the London Centre for International Relations (University of Kent). Her publications include Memorials in Times of Transition (co-edited with Stefanie Schäfer, Intersentia 2014), Transitional Justice Theories (co-edited, Routledge 2014), Gender in Transitional Justice (co-edited with Ruth Stanley, Palgrave 2012), and Conflict Transformation and Social Change in Uganda (Palgrave 2008).