Dr. Hope Elizabeth May is Professor of Philosophy at Central Michigan University. During 2017/2018 she was a Fulbright lecturer and an International Scholar at the Graduate Institute of Peace Studies (GIP), Kyung Hee University (South Korea). Her work is interdisciplinary in nature. She has published in the areas of Ancient Greek Philosophy, International Criminal Law, Peace History and Modern Korean History. She has spoken at a number of international organizations including the Nobel Institute (Oslo, Norway), The Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (Phnom Penh, Cambodia), The International Criminal Court (The Hague, The Netherlands), The Peace Palace (The Hague, The Netherlands) and in numerous venues in Korea. In 2019, Dr. May, who is also a licensed attorney, founded the Cora di Brazzà Foundation (coradibrazza.com), the mission of which is to educate the public about Peace History with a special focus on largely unknown morally energetic and virtuous individuals who have contributed to The Peace Through Law Movement. The Foundation engages in public facing scholarship about this history through a number of different initiatives including “Forward Into Memory” (forwardintomemory.com) which is focused on Korea’s Peace and Democracy History.