- Kate Crawford
Kate Crawford is a writer, composer and academic based in Sydney, Australia. Her most recent work, Adult Themes, is released in Australia through Pan-Macmillan. It will be appearing on shelves in all good book stores throughout Australia from October 1, 2006. Kate Crawford is a lecturer in the Department of Media and Communications at the University of Sydney where she specialises in new media cultures. Prior to joining the academy she spent a number of years working as a journalist in both Australia and the US, including The Sydney Morning Herald and New York-based the451.
Note: Writer of 'Adult Themes', critique of generational studies and the terms that define what it is to be an 'adult'.
- Burkard Polster
Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Monash University. Areas of interest: -finite and topological geometry -combinatorial designs -group theory -history of mathematics -classical interpolation theory -computer visualisation -mathematics education and outreach -any kind of fun mathematics
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Note: His homepage at Monash is: http://www.maths.monash.edu.au/staff/bpolster.html
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