Zachary Karabell studied History at Columbia, has a doctorate from Harvard and a further degree in Modern Middle East Studies from Oxford. He has written widely on religion and human rights, American politics, foreign policy and international affairs.
Saul Kelly is a lecturer at King's College London (Joint Services Command and Staff College) and specialises in the history of the Great Powers in North Africa. He is the author of a number of highly acclaimed books.
Thomas Keneally began his writing career in 1964 and has published thirty-one novels since. They include Schindler's Ark, which won the Booker Prize in 1982 and was subsequently made into the film Schindler's List, and The Chant Of Jimmie Blacksmith, Confederates and Gossip From The Forest, each of which was shortlisted for the Booker Prize. His most recent novels are The Daughters Of Mars, which was shortlisted for the Walter Scott Prize in 2013, Shame and the Captives and Crimes of the Father. He has also written several works of non-fiction, including his memoir Homebush Boy, Searching for Schindler and Australians. He is married with two daughters and lives in Sydney.
Robert Kershaw, who until recently held a senior position within NATO, joined the Parachute Regiment in 1973 and has served actively in Northern Ireland, Bosnia and the first Gulf War, for which he was awarded the US Bronze Star. He has written four books of military history, starred in numerous TV documentaries and has contributed to the Daily Mail, The Times, the Sunday Times, the Daily Telegraph and the Sunday Telegraph.
Sean Kingsley is a London-based archaeologist. He specialises in the Holy Land, where he discovered and researched the largest cluster of ancient shipwrecks in the eastern Mediterranean. He is Managing Editor of Minerva, the International Review of Ancient Art and Archaeology, and Visiting Fellow at the Research Centre for Late Antique and Byzantine Studies at the Reading University. He writes for various popular magazines.