Dewi Anggraeni |
17 May 2007
Dewi Anggraeni is a novelist and journalist. In March, Equinox Publishing and the International Labour Organisation in Jakarta published Dreamseekers, her eighth book.
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Susan Aykut | 30 May 2007
Susan Aykut is the Deputy Director of the Institute for Public History at Monash University. She completed her Ph.D. at La Trobe University in the Schools of Art History and History and has worked as an historian in a variety of positions in both the university and public sectors.
Colin Brown | 31 May 2007Colin Brown was the founding national executive officer of Catholic Earthcare Australia. Prior to that he was the social justice coordinator for the De La Salle Brothers. He has now left Earthcare to return to practising environmental law.
Kylie Baxter | 31 January 2008Dr
Kylie Baxter works in the National Centre of Excellence for Islamic
Studies, Asia Institute, the University of Melbourne. She is co-author
of the forthcoming US Foreign Policy in the Middle East: the rise of anti-Americanism and is currently in Beirut researching the situation of the Palestinian refugees in Lebanon.
Val Yule | 28 October 2007
Val Yule is a writer on social issues and researcher on imagination and
literacy. In the 1970s she was schools psychologist for disadvantaged Catholic
schools with the Commonwealth Disadvantaged Schools Program.
Braham Dabscheck | 28 October 2007 Braham Dabscheck taught industrial relations at the University of New South Wales for 33 years. He has acted as a consultant or advisory board member to various player and sports associations in Australia, and has written extensively on the economic and legal
aspects of sports.
Bruno de Paiva |
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