Neil Ferguson is a PhD candidate in theology and philosophy at the University of Notre Dame, Australia. He commenced doctoral studies as a mature student following a previous career in the public sector. His PhD concerns the possible application of practice-led methodologies to theology. This topic has led to his interviewing a variety of creative practitioners as part of his research and he has recently served on the Mandorla Art Award Committee in Perth. Neil is also a tutor in theology and philosophy at Notre Dame University and has been a guest lecturer at Edith Cowan University, lecturing on the foundations of epistemology for research methods.
EditorialThe impetus for this issue dates from a symposium on Embodied Knowledges held at Edith Cowan University in Perth in 2011. The Symposium arose from the shared interests of a diverse group, many of them practice-led researchers, and should have been a clue that the call for papers for this issue would attract different conceptions of the body. Nevertheless...Read more