Taline GARIBIAN

Taline GARIBIAN est historienne et chercheuse associée à l’Université d’Oxford, au sein de l’History Faculty et de l’Oxford’s Wellcome Centre for Ethics and Humanities.  Ses recherches actuelles portent sur les commissions d’enquête sur les crimes de guerre du 20e siècle, et croisent approche historique et médicale dans l’examen des interventions humanitaires en temps de guerre.

Taline GARIBIAN holds a British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Oxford’s History Faculty, and is also an associate researcher at Oxford’s Wellcome Center for Ethics and Humanities. Her current research examines how modern forensic science shaped twentieth-century perceptions of war violence and genocide. Located at the crossroads of the history of medicine and the history of mass violence, it analyses the role of forensic scientists in the assessment of war atrocities during and in the aftermath of the Second World War.