John Sutton is Professor of Cognitive Science at Macquarie University in Sydney, where he was previously Head of the Department of Philosophy. He works on memory and skill, in a range of projects influenced by ideas of distributed cognition and cognitive history. He has recently coedited volumes on Collaborative Remembering (OUP, 2018) andCollaborative Embodied Performance: ecologies of skill (Bloomsbury, forthcoming 2021). His recent research addresses embodied knowledge in the Maori haka; distributed creativity in film and music; place and memory; and cognitive change in the Neolithic. He is editing the first full English translation of Maurice Halbwachs’ The Social Frameworks of Memory (1925) for OUP.