Georgios Antoniou received his Ph.D. in History and Civilization at the European University Institute in Florence, Italy (2007). His dissertation title was “The Memory and Historiography of the Greek Civil War, 1943-1949.” He is currently is a postdoctoral associate and Lecturer of Hellenic Studies at the Macmillan Center teaching course in modern Greek history and the memory of conflicts. He was previously a fellow of the Foundation for the Memory of the Shoah in Paris (2005-2007). He has edited volumes in Greek and Italian and his work has appeared, among others, in theJournal of Peace Research and History and Theory Journals. His main research interests are: Historiography, Commemoration of Conflicts; Civil Wars; Cultural History; Collective and Individual Memory.