The Editorial Development Group (EDG) is an academic editorial internship and innovation group established by EPAT Executive Editor, Professor Michael A. Peters following the PESA 2012 Conference. The EDG aims to explore new modes of academic publication and engagement while building up the base of editorial expertise available to PESA, drawing on the support of the EPAT Editorial Board and PESA’s broader membership. To date the EDG work plan includes collaborative reviewing, editing, and writing for EPAT and other emerging PESA publishing projects.
EDG co-leaders: Dr Sonja Arndt (University of Waikato), Dr Liz Jackson (University of Hong Kong), and Dr Marek Tesar (The University of Auckland).
EDG members: Dr Gerald Argenton (Tamagawa University), Sonja Arndt (University of Waikato), Dr Leon Benade (AUT University), Dr Amy Chapman (Australian Catholic University), Dr Laura D’Olimpio (University of Notre Dame), Dr Daniella Forster (University of Newcastle), Richard Heraud (PhD candidate, University of Waikato), Dr Kirsten Locke (The University of Auckland), Dr Andrea Milligan (Victoria University of Wellington), Gerald Pfeifer (PhD candidate, University of Canterbury), Dr Steven Stolz (La Trobe University), Robert Stratford (PhD candidate, University of Waikato) Dr Christoph Teschers (University of Canterbury), Lynley Tulloch (PhD candidate, University of Waikato).