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This reflective essay describes the author's acknowledgement in his most influential co-mentors—former dissertation supervisees and long since colleagues—who helped form the “we” that is him. The responsive form of learning in partnership enacted a version of collective action among equals. The author became a collaborative arts-based-educational researcher-mentor: a hyphenated collection of selves. Since having returned to Australia, the author co-mentors early career academics seeking to publish and use writing as and for their professional development.
Updated: Jan. 04, 2011