About the Author
Craig Mcgarty is Professor and Head of Psychology at Western Sydney University. He was previously Director of the Centre for Social and Community Research and Director of the Social Research Institute at Murdoch University and Head of the School of Psychology at The Australian National University. His books include Categorization in Social Psychology and Research Methods and Statistics in Psychology, The Message of Social Psychology and Stereotypes as Explanations.
Anna Kende is an Associate Professor at Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest. Her research focuses on prejudice, intergroup relations, identity formation and political activism from a social psychological perspective. She has carried out several policy research projects about early selection in schools and worked as a policy advisor on educational integration of Roma people in Hungary.
Nicola Curtin is an Assistant Professor at Clark University and a Visiting Scholar at Brandeis University's Women's Studies Research Center. Her research examines the role of life experiences, individual differences, and social identities in commitments to creating social change, with a particular emphasis on ally and coalitional activism. She is co-editor of the forthcoming, Feminist Perspectives on Building a Better Psychological Science of Gender (Springer).