Dr Ahona Guha is a clinical and forensic psychologist from Melbourne, Australia. Her first book, Reclaim: understanding complex trauma and those who abuse will be published by Scribe Publications in March 2023. She works with victims of abuse and trauma, and clients with a range of other difficulties — such as anxiety, depression, perfectionism, burn-out, and relationship problems. She also works with perpetrators of harmful behaviours to assess risk, and provides treatment to reduce the risk they pose to others. She writes widely for the media on matters related to mental health, health, social justice, and equity. Her work has appeared in The Age, The Guardian, The Saturday Paper, Breathe Magazine, SBS, and ABC.
Eve Vincent is chair of Anthropology in the Macquarie School of Social Sciences. She is the author of Against Native Title: Conflict and Creativity in Outback Australia. Her writing has appeared in Sydney Review of Books, Griffith Review, Meanjin, Overland and Inside Story. Her new book is Who Cares? Life on Welfare in Australia.
Sally Olds is a writer from Queensland living in Naarm/Melbourne. Her work has been published by Sydney Review of Books, un Magazine, AQNB, the Institute of Modern Art. Her first book, People who Lunch: Essays on work, leisure, and loose living was published in 2022, and was shortlisted for the Victorian Premier's Literary Awards. Her latest project is the co-written/edited newsletter, The Paris End.
Raewyn Connell is professor emerita, University of Sydney and life member of the National Tertiary Education Union. She has taught in several countries and is a widely cited researcher on questions of social justice, knowledge, and social change. Connell is the current holder of the International Sociological Association's quadrennial award for Excellence in Research and Practice. Her works include The Good University, Southern Theory, Masculinities, Gender & Power, Ruling Class Ruling Culture and Making the Difference. Her work has been translated into twenty-four languages. Connell has been active in the labour movement, and in work for gender equality and for peace.