Andrekos Varnava was born and raised in Melbourne, obtained a BA (Honours) from Monash University (2001) and his PhD in History from the University of Melbourne (2006). He is the author of British Imperialism in Cyprus, 1878-1915: The Inconsequential Possession (Manchester University Press, March 2009). He also co-edited Reunifying Cyprus: The Annan Plan and Beyond (I. B. Tauris, February 2009). In January 2009 he was appointed Lecturer in Modern History at Flinders University, South Australia. Nicholas Coureas was born in Nicosia Cyprus and studied Ancient and Medieval History at the University of London (King’s College, UCL and Royal Holloway). Since 1990 he has worked as a researcher at the Cyprus Research Centre, specializing in the history of Lusignan Cyprus. He has published various articles on Lusignan Cyprus, especially its economic and religious history, as well as some books, including Cyprus and the Crusades, co-edited with Professor Jonathan Riley Smith, Nicosia 1995, The Latin Church in Cyprus, Ashgate 1997 and a translation into English of George Boustronios, A Narrative of the Chronicle of Cyprus 1456-1489, Nicosia 2005.Marina Elia was born in Kormakiti in the North of Cyprus. Her family immigrated to England when she was two years old. She completed her studies at Reading University and holds an MA in TEFL as well as several teaching diplomas. She has taught English at various institutions in Cyprus. She is currently at the European University of Cyprus and holds the position of EFL Coordinator. Her interests lay in Course Design, evaluation and multiculturalism. She was a dedicated committee member of the Cyprus branch of IATEFL (International Association of Teachers of English) for fifteen years and then continued as an active committee member of CyTEA (Cyprus Teachers of English Association).