Scott Stephens |
17 May 2007
Scott Stephens is a Brisbane author and theologian. He is the co-editor (with Rex Butler) and translator of the two volumes of the selected writings of Slavoj Žižek, Interrogating the Real and The Universal Exception. His current project, entitled The Criticism of Heaven: Essays on Materialist Theology, explores the relationship between theology, politics and economics.
Kirsty Sangster | 17 May 2007Kirsty Sangster is a Melbourne poet whose first collection, Midden Places, will be published in 2006 by Black Pepper Press. She submitted two articles to win equal second and highly commended in the inaugural Margaret Dooley Young Writers’ Award.
Shahram Akbarzadeh | 17 May 2007Associate Professor Shahram Akbarzadeh researches the politics of Central Asia and the Middle East, political Islam, and US relations with the Muslim world. He is Deputy Director of the National Centre of Excellence for Islamic Studies at the University of Melbourne.
Sebastien de Robillard | 17 May 2007
Sebastien de Robillard is a freelance writer. He is currently recovering from a month on his couch watching the World Cup, after spending the last six months travelling through Italy.
Alexandra Coghlan | 28 November 2007Alexandra Coghlan graduated from Oxford University in 2006 with BAs
in English Literature and Music, and completed an MPhil in Criticism
and Culture at Trinity College, Cambridge. She currently lives in
Sydney, where she works as a teacher and freelance journalist prior to
returning to Oxford for a DPhil in October 2008.
Michael Mehr | 29 November 2007Michael Mehr is a Sydney-based
writer. He studied al-Jazeera as part of his Masters in Peace and Conflict
Studies at Sydney University.
Helen Ting |