Dr Anne Schwenkenbecher is Academic Chair of Philosophy at Murdoch University in Western Australia. Before joining Murdoch University in June 2013, she held appointments at The University of Melbourne, the Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics (CAPPE) at Australian National University, University of Vienna, and Potsdam University. Her PhD in Philosophy (2009) is from Humboldt University of Berlin. Much of her current research revolves around the ideas of collective agency and morality of groups. She is currently finishing a monograph on collective moral obligations. Further interests include social epistemology and group-based knowledge, environmental philosophy, ethics of political violence and online (h)ac(k)tivism.