About the Author
Molly Andrews is Professor of Political Psychology, and Co-director of the Centre for Narrative Research (www.uelac.uk/cnr/index.htm) at the University of East London. Her research interests include the psychological basis of political commitment, psychological challenges posed by societies in transition to democracy, patriotism, conversations between generations, gender and aging, and counter-narratives. Her current research is on biographical and political change in former East Germany. She is the author of Lifetimes of Commitment: Aging, Politics, Psychology and Shaping History: Narratives of Political Change, both published by Cambridge University Press. Narratives of Everyday Life will be published by Oxford University Press in 2013. Corinne Squire is Professor of Social Sciences and Co-Director of the Centre for Narrative Research, University of East London. Her research interests are in HIV and citizenship, popular culture and subjectivities, and narrative theories and methods. Publications include What is Narrative Research? (Centre for Narrative Research, Bloomsbury, 2013), HIV Technologies in International Perspective (with Davis, Palgrave, 2010); HIV in South Africa (Routledge, 2007) and Public Emotions (with 6, Radstone and Treacher, Palgrave, 2006). Maria Tamboukou (BA, MA, PhD) is Professor of Feminist Studies and Co-director of the Centre of Narrative Research, at the University of East London. Her research interests and publications are in auto/biographical narratives, feminist theories and foucauldian and deleuzian analytics. Recent publications include the monographs In the Fold between Power and Desire: Women Artists' Narratives; Nomadic Narratives: Gwen John's Letters and Paintings; Visual Lives: Carrington's Letters, Drawings and paintings and the co-edited collections: Doing Narrative Research and Beyond Narrative Coherence.