BEATRICE ALLEGRANTInbsp;is a choreographer (for dance theatre and film), clinical practitioner (in the UK NHS in adult mental health, special needs schools and in private practice) and is a researcher and convener on the Dance Movement Psychotherapy MA at Roehampton University, UK. A key focus of her work is on embodiment or how we can ï¿½be inï¿½ and develop our relationship with our bodies through integrating dance movement, psychosocial and biological processes and understandings of human agency. Visit authors website: www.embodiedpractice.co.ukRUTH WODAK is Distinguished Professor of Discourse Studies at the Department of Linguistics, Lancaster University, UK (and affiliated to the University of Vienna). Besides various other prizes, she was awarded the Wittgenstein Prize for Elite Researchers in 1996. She has published widely on (European and national) Identity Politics, Racism and Discrimination, Multilingualism and Language Policies, and Politics of the Past.
Ruth Wodak is distinguished professor of discourse studies at Lancaster University. Rudolf de Cillia is professor of applied linguistics at the University of Vienna. Martin Reisigl is a lecturer in the Department of Linguistics, University of Vienna. Karin Liebhart is a researcher in the Department of Political Science, University of Vienna.