Jonathan Wyatt, Ed.D., is the head of professional development at the Oxford Learning Institute, a research fellow at the
Department of Education, University of Oxford, and a counselor in primary care within the National Health Service. He is interested
in the performative and collaborative writing and autoethnography of life and loss.
Ken Gale, Ed.D., is a lecturer in
education working in the Faculty of Education at the University of Plymouth in the United Kingdom. His particular teaching
interests are located within the philosophy of education, poststructural theory, and the application of narrative and autoethnographic
approaches in education research. His research interests focus on the theory and practice of collaborative and performative
writing practices as methods of inquiry and how these might be applied to areas of subjectivity, friendship, gender studies,
and in education studies and professional development.
Susanne Gannon, PhD, is an associate professor in the School of
Education at the University of Western Sydney, Australia. Much of her work demonstrates her continuing interest in tracing
the impact and effects of poststructural theories on writing practices.
Bronwyn Davies, PhD, is an independent scholar
based in Sydney, Australia. She is also a professorial fellow at the University of Melbourne. The distinctive features of
her work are her development of innovative social science research methodologies incorporating elements of the visual, literary,
and performative arts on the one hand and its strong base in the conceptual work of poststructuralist philosophers such as
Butler, Deleuze, and Foucault on the other.