Helen Frowe is Professor of Practical Philosophy at Stockholm University, where she directs the Stockholm Centre for the Ethics of War and Peace. She is a Wallenberg Academy Fellow, and has published widely on the ethics of war and defensive harm.
Derek Matravers is Professor of Philosophy at the Open University. He has published widely in aesthetics and philosophy of art.
Dr. William Bülow is a postdoctoral researcher in the project Cultural Heritage and the Ethics of War, based at the Stockholm Centre for the Ethics of War and Peace.
He has a PhD in Philosophy from KTH (the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm). His research interests are in moral philosophy and legal philosophy.
Joshua Lewis Thomas
Dr. Joshua Lewis Thomas is a postdoctoral researcher in the Heritage in War project, based at the Open University.
He has a PhD in Philosophy from the University of Sheffield. His research interests are in meaning in life and the philosophy of death.
CORE RESEARCH GROUP
Our CRG comprises experts from philosophy, heritage, politics and defence. It meets every six months to discuss developments in Cultural Property Protection and relevant scholarship.
PROF PETER STONE
Peter Stone is Professor of Heritage Studies in the International Centre for Cultural and Heritage Studies at Newcastle University. He has published widely on heritage management, interpretation and education. Peter has worked extensively overseas and advised UNESCO’s World Heritage Centre on the original development of the World Heritage Education Programme.
BARONESS KAY ANDREWS
Kay Andrews, Baroness Andrews of Southover, was Chair of English Heritage from July 2009 to July 2013. Among other things, she served as Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Department for Communities and Local Government from May 2005 until May 2009.
DR MASSIMO RENZO
Massimo Renzo is a Reader in Politics, Philosophy & Law at King's College London. He works primarily in legal and political philosophy. His main research interests are in the problems of political authority, international justice and the philosophical foundations of the criminal law.
PROF CÉCILE FABRE
Cécile Fabre is a political philosopher and Senior Research Fellow at All Souls College, Oxford. She is also Professor of Political Philosophy at the University of Oxford. She has just completed a project on the ethics of war and peace and is currently working on the ethics of foreign policy.
PROF VICTOR TADROS
Victor Tadros is Professor of Criminal Law and Legal Theory at the University of Warwick. He has written extensively on the philosophy of criminal law, just war theory, and on a range of issues in moral, legal and political philosophy.
DR JONATHAN PARRY
Jonathan Parry teaches moral and political philosophy at the University of Birmingham, where he directed the Centre for the Study of Global Ethics. His work to-date focuses on how the resources of political philosophy can help illuminate debates about the ethics of war.
DR ANDREAS BREKKE CARLSSON
Andreas Brekke Carlsson is the secretary of the Norwegian Ethics Council for the Defence Sector, an independent body established by the Norwegian Ministry of Defence. He is also a researcher at ConceptLab, the University of Oslo. Carlsson works mainly on moral responsibility, the ethics of war and value theory.
DR DACIA VIEJO-ROSE
Dacia Viejo-Rose is a Lecturer in Heritage and the Politics of the Past at the Department of Archaeology, University of Cambridge and a Director of Studies at Selwyn College, Cambridge. Her work focuses on cultural violence, how notions of risk inform heritage values, and reparations for the destruction of cultural heritage.
DR GERALD LANG
Gerald Lang is an Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of Leeds. He has published on a large number of topics: distributive justice, political liberty, consequentialism, fairness, life and death issues in reproductive ethics, well-being and death, self-defence, the ethics of war, and various aspects of practical reason and metaethics.
DR EMMA CUNLIFFE
Emma Cunliffe works for the Endangered Archaeology in the Middle East and North Africa project, based at the University of Durham, where they are working to develop records of endangered sites in the Middle East. Her research focuses on the causes of heritage damage, and methods of prevention.
Jeremy Musson is an architectural historian, lecturer and heritage consultant. Since 2007 he has been a freelance author and worked with Cambridge Architectural Research Ltd and Caroe Architecture Ltd on heritage advisory projects. His books include Robert Adam: Country House Design and Decoration ( 2017), English Ruins (2011) and Up and Down Stairs (2009).
Scott Parsons is a Signals Intelligence Officer in the United States Army. He is also an Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Ethics at the United States Military Academy at West Point.
Adil Haque is Professor of Law and Judge Jon O. Newman Scholar at Rutgers University. He serves on the editorial boards of Law and Philosophy, Criminal Law and Philosophy, and Criminal Law and Criminal Justice Books.