Adam Ferner has worked in academic philosophy in France and the UK, as well as in schools, youth centres and other alternative learning spaces. He has written three books – Organisms and Personal Identity (Routledge, 2016), Think Differently (White Lion Publishing, 2018) and, with Nadia Mehdi and Zara Bain, Crash Course: Philosophy (Ivy, 2019) – and has been published widely in philosophical and popular journals. Adam is an associate editor of the Forum’s Essays, and a member of the Changelings, a North London fiction collaboration.
Darren Chetty has published academic work on philosophy, education, racism, children’s literature and hip-hop culture. He is a contributor to bestselling book The Good Immigrant (Unbound 2016), co-author of What Is Masculinity? Why Does It Matter? And Other Big Questions (Wayland 2019) and co-editor of Critical Philosophy of Race and Education (Routledge, 2019). Darren has been a teacher in primary schools, a teaching fellow at university and organised informal educational groups for young people and adults. He has led courses in ‘Philosophy for Children’ and is currently completing a PhD on the politics of philosophical inquiry with children. Darren tweets at @rapclassroom