Pumla Gobodo-Madikizela is Senior Research Professor in Trauma, Forgiveness and Reconciliation at the University of the Free State. Her research is concerned with the question of transformation in the aftermath of mass trauma and violence. Her publications include A Human Being Died that Night: A South African Story of Forgiveness, which won the Alan Paton Award in South Africa, and the Christopher Award in the United States; Narrating our Healing: Perspectives on Healing Trauma, as co-author; and Memory, Narrative and Forgiveness: Perspectives on the Unfinished Journeys of the Past, as co-editor. Samantha van Schalkwyk is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Trauma Forgiveness and Reconciliation Studies at the University of the Free State. Her research interests include gender violence and identity, community-based research methodologies, and the psychosocial aspects of women’s agency within the African socio-spatial landscape. She is currently leading a major study on Gender Reconciliation at the University of the Free State. A collaboration with Gender Reconciliation International, the project explores the relational transformation of gender identities in the context of a series of workshops. Her research has been published in peer-reviewed international journals, including Feminism and Psychology.