Dr Jennifer Good is Senior Lecturer in History and Theory of Photojournalism and Documentary Photography at London College of Communication. Her research interests include photography and conflict; history and memory; trauma theory and psychoanalysis; and media representations of the War on Terror. She is the author of Photography and September 11th: Spectacle, Memory, Trauma.Paul Lowe is an award-winning photographer, who has covered breaking news the world over, working in 82 countries over the last 25 years. Paul is the Course Director of the Master’s Programme in Photojournalism and Documentary Photography at the London College of Communication, University of the Arts London. His book Bosnians, documenting 10 years of the war and post-war situation in Bosnia, was published in April 2005 by Saqi Books, and he has just published a new book, The Siege of Sarajevo. He writes and researches on the relationship between photography and conflict.Brigite Lardinois is Deputy Director of the Photography and the Archive Research Centre at the University of the Arts London, and is also Senior Research Fellow at the London College of Communication. She has previously worked at Magnum Photos and the Barbican Art Gallery. From 1995, she served as Cultural Director of Magnum Photos in London, where she was responsible for their exhibitions and books. She edited Magnum’s sixtieth anniversary book, Magnum Magnum. Lardinois was Exhibition Organiser and Curator at the Barbican Art Gallery from 1985. She curates exhibitions and writes on photography and the archive, and is currently investigating the archive of the Edward Reeves Studio, established in Lewes in 1855.Val Williams is a writer, curator and Professor of the History and Culture of Photography and Director of the Photography and the Archive Research Centre at the London College of Communication, University of the Arts London. She is also an editor of the Journal of Photography and Culture. Her recent publications include Martin Parr (Phaidon, 2014) and Sune Jonsson, Life and Work (MaxStrom, 2014). Her 2011 exhibition “Daniel Meadows: Early Photographs” is currently touring the UK.