Anthony worked at the University of KwaZulu Natal as a Psychology lecturer, where he taught both undergraduate and post graduate students. He has done ground-breaking work in curriculum design and teaching in Psychology, which has opened up new ways of dealing with critical social issues, including violence, trauma and consumer culture. Fundamental to his curriculum work is the question, “What is worth teaching?” This led him to develop a contextually relevant curriculum through combining psychology and critical social theory. His approach is based on Critical and Transformative Pedagogies and is highly participatory, starting with students’ own lived experiences and how these can be understood using conceptual tools from the social sciences. He believes it is vital to begin with students and their life experiences in order enable them to develop insights and skills to transform themselves and the society in which they live. He uses a blended approach, integrating contact, films, online and social media within a large class environment where student diversity is the norm. From 2014 he will be Associate Professor at Rhodes University’s Department of Journalism and Media Studies. More information on his work is available at http://ukzn.academia.edu/AnthonyCollins.