Teacher for Justice
Heather Goodall is a historian and Professor Emerita at the University of Technology Sydney. She is the author of Invasion to Embassy: Land in Aboriginal Politics in NSW (1996) and Beyond Borders: Indians, Australians and the Indonesian Revolution, 1939–1950 (2018). She has co-authored and co-edited a number of volumes on environmental history (2006, 2009, 2017) and collaborated with Indigenous authors Isabel Flick and Kevin Cook on their autobiographies (2004 and 2013).
Helen Randerson is a Sydney-based researcher whose interests have focused on inner-city areas as places of radical activity including their industrial and trade union histories. She is the author of ‘The Red with the Green Thumb’ in Dirty Secrets: Our ASIO Files by Meredith Burgmann (2014) and co-author with Max Solling of ‘Forest Lodge’ for the Dictionary of Sydney (2018).
Devleena Ghosh is Professor of Social and Political Sciences at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at the University of Technology Sydney. She is the author of Colonialism and Modernity (with Paul Gillen, UNSW Press, 2007) and editor of Women in Asia: Shadowlines (Cambridge Scholars Press, 2012), Water, Sovereignty and Borders in Asia and Oceania (with Heather Goodall and Stephanie Hemelryk Donald, Routledge, 2009) and The Cultures of Trade: Indian Ocean Exchanges (with Stephen Muecke, Cambridge Scholars Press, 2007). She has also published widely in the areas of environmental and gender studies in South Asia.