1. Introduction.- 2. Identity and Mental Health.- 3. Philosophy and Identity: If My Brain is Damaged, do I Become a Different Person?.- 4. Biology and Identity.- 5. Technologically Mediated Forms of Identity.- 6. Narrative and Identity: Telling Your Own Stories in the Media.- 7. Hyphenated Identities.- 8, Translating the Self.- 9. National Identity.- 10. Gendered Identity and Performative Identity.- 11. The Role Brands Play in Creating Personal Identity.
Nicholas Monk is the director of the Institute for Advanced Teaching and Learning, University of Warwick, UK. He was the lead author of Open-space Learning: a Transdisciplinary Pedagogy. Mia Lindgren is Head of Media, Film and Journalism at Monash University, Australia. She is co-author of two books about broadcasting: Australian Broadcast Journalism, now in its third edition, and Den Sjalvkoerda Radioboken. Sarah McDonald is Associate Dean of Education in the Faculty of Arts at Monash University, Australia. She researches and publishes in the emerging field of cultural literacy, specifically the development of research-based practice models for embedding cultural literacy skills in the currculum. Sarah Pasfield-Neofitou is an adjunct research fellow at Monash University, Australia. She has worked as a lecturer in sociolinguistics, applied linguistics and Japanese.