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Virginia Madsen

teaches radio at Macquarie University, Sydney. Madsen has specialist interests in exploratory cultural radio programming from the 1930s to the present, and documentary as an expressive form. She is an established radio producer and writer whose works have been broadcast and commissioned by the major public broadcasting institutions in Europe and Australia.

Janet Merewether

is a Sydney-based filmmaker who is regularly teaches screen production at Macquarie University. Her screen works have won numerous Australian and international awards and enjoyed retrospectives in Taipei, Berlin, Boston and Australia. She has published and presented on women?s and experimental screen arts, and has curated programmes for several international film festivals.

Eurydice Aroney

lectures in radio journalism at the University of Technology, Sydney. Prior to joining UTS she was a radio producer and presenter for the ABC for twelve years. Her radio documentaries have been awarded internationally, including a Silver World Medal at the New York Radio Festival.

Maree Delofski

teaches screen production at Macquarie University, Sydney. She is a screen writer/director whose award-winning documentaries have screened nationally and internationally at conferences, festivals and on television. Her current research focuses on the music documentary and the impact of High Definition recording technologies on the director/subject relationship.

Susan Angel

is a former ABC radio journalist who now lectures in Journalism at the University of Wollongong. She has worked on a number of community oral history and educational projects. She spent a year working in Yuendumu for Warlpiri media in 2000 and is currently working with Waminda Aboriginal Women?s Health organization in a community engagement project that trains local Indigenous women to interview, record, edit and archive their family and ancestral stories for future community use.