Ann Webster-Wright


Ann Webster-Wright is a semi-retired academic and freelance writer who has researched how people make sense of their working lives. Currently she is an honorary research fellow at the University of Queensland and Griffith University.

As well as publishing academic books and articles, she contributes essays to the Living Ethics journal of the St James Ethics Society.

As Anni Webster, she blogs about philosophy in everyday life at and is writing a non-fiction novel on ageing and authenticity, Imagining Isabella.


Staking a claim for peace

GR OnlineThe stillness of the morning was broken by a terrific roar as thousands of guns spoke with a single voice. The din was deafening. After a few minutes, the barrage lifted and the attack began. In the dim light,...

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