We foreground acknowledgement that we stand on and speak from the unceded lands of the First Nations peoples; our research and teaching seek an engagement with the production of Indigenous ways of knowing.
We are a diverse group of scholars who draw on, and engage with, a range of disciplines, epistemologies, and creative methodologies, to examine pressing social, cultural, political and technological issues in education.
We recognise that education takes a variety of forms – from formal provision to informal learning - which is subject to different, often competing, agendas that shape opportunities and outcomes for individuals, social groups and communities.
We place matters of social justice writ large – from distributional to recognition, representational, reparatory and cognitive justice – at the heart of our concerns.
We seek to work collaboratively as a community to advance innovations in social theory, to ensure that our research informs teaching, and that our work can have societal impact.