Michele Lee is a playwright and author. She is currently working on a digital theatre piece, The Naked Self, with Arts House, and her play Rice with The Street Theatre and Playwriting Australia. Her audio theatre work Talon Salon premiered in the Next Wave Festival 2012.

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Jack Manning Bancroft is CEO and founder of AIME, the Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience. He is a graduate of the University of Sydney and Stanford University, a published children’s author, former Young Australian of the year award winner and human rights medal winner. He is the youngest person in Australian history to receive an honorary doctorate, from the University of South Australia.

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Peter van Onselen is a professor of politics and foundation chair of journalism at the University of Western Australia. He is also a contributing editor at the Australian newspaper and a presenter at Sky News.

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Patrick Bishop is a senior lecturer at Griffith University and is currently a visiting scholar at the Center for Public Administration and Policy in Blacksburg, Virginia.

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Prior to joining the University of Melbourne, Carsten Murawski was a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Zurich. He has been a visiting researcher at New York University and at Columbia University, New York and has taught at undergraduate and graduate level at the University of Melbourne, the University of Zurich and the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) Zurich. Before becoming an academic Carsten spent several years in the finance industry in London and New York.

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Doug Hendrie is a freelance writer from Melbourne who has written for Australian and international newspapers and magazines.

Recent work has appeared in the Christian Science Monitor, The Age, The Australian, The Diplomat,
The Drum
, Edge magazine, PC Powerplay, Penthouse, GoodWeekend and Sunday Life.

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Ella Mudie is an arts writer living in Sydney.

Her articles and essays on the visual arts, design, photography and other subjects have appeared locally in newspapers including The Age and various independent art magazines and internationally she has written forLeonardo (MIT Press) and Afterimage.

She is a graduate of the University of Sydney and the postgraduate journalism school at the University of Technology, Sydney.

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Tom Bamforth is a writer and aid worker whose articles have appeared in Granta and the Age. He is the author of Deep Field: Dispatches from the Frontlines of Aid Relief (Hardie Grant, 2014). His website is www.tombamforth.com.

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John Bryson is a onetime trial lawyer, now journalist, lecturer and fiction writer.

He was chosen in 2000 by a Schools of Journalism Panel as one of the '100 Australian Journalists of the Century.'

www.johnbryson.net

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Ronnie Scott is the author of Salad Days (Penguin, 2014) and founder of The Lifted Brow. He is lecturer in creative writing at RMIT University.

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