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Read-along-with-Anne: The Impossible 5

This is part of #theimpossible series The Impossible Will Take A Little While, Chapter 5, Danusha Veronica Goska’s essay “Political Paralysis” This is …


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Read-along-with-Anne: The Impossible 4

This is part of #theimpossible series The Impossible Will Take A Little While, Chapter 4, Paul Hawken’s commencement address “You Are Brilliant and …


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Read-along-with-Anne: The Impossible 3

This is part of #theimpossible series The Impossible Will Take A Little While, Chapter 3, Marian Wright Edelman on standing up for children …


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Read-along-with-Anne: The Impossible 2

This is part of #theimpossible series The Impossible Will Take A Little While, Chapter 2, an excerpt from Jonathan Kozol’s Ordinary Resurrections The …


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Read-along-with-Anne: The Impossible 1

Kia ora. Kei to pēhea koutou? For the next ten weeks of weekdays–that’s 55 days in total–I’ll be reading & writing about …


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With summer comes hope

It’s Monday morning and I’m working at home, looking out at the valley, thinking that the year is coming to an end …


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New year, new teaching & learning

Kia ora and haere mai everyone! Despite the dire state of global politics, and an unusually rainy summer, life is treating us …


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On grief and other hard things: A visit with the (environmental) humanities

As part of my sabbatical, I recently spent two weeks with the exceptional researchers in Environmental Humanities at UNSW. My hope was …


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Upcoming seminars & workshops: Australia

I’m pleased to announce the following Australian seminars & workshops. Anguish (Angoisse) by August Friedrich Albrecht Schenck (c. 1878) SEMINAR | MULTISPECIES …


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In praise of muddling

I’ve been rather harshly reminded of late how bad a forum Twitter is for complex discussion, so I’m going to try to …


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NZ animal welfare & public consultation

The Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) regulates animal welfare in NZ, and it currently has two proposals out for public consultation. Interested …


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The week ahead

I’ve realised that going back to work in a couple of weeks means remembering how to make and keep a schedule. (Who …


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New publication: Critical and Creative Ethnography After Human Exceptionalism.

I’m pleased to announce that The Routledge Companion to Digital Ethnography, edited by Larissa Hjorth, Heather Horst, myself & Genevieve Bell, will …


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Update

Just a quick update noting that Anne has been on long-term sick leave but will be returning to full-time research on 30 …


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Fieldnotes: Stop motion farming

One of the things I planned for my sabbatical is learning how to make stop motion videos for research dissemination / public …


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Fieldnotes: “I am a fieldnote”

It’s hard to explain to others how we do something. Anything. But it’s especially difficult to do it when much of what …


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Fieldnotes: Week 2

I’ve been on research and study leave for two weeks now. This is what’s happened and what I’ve learned so far. TVNZ …


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Fieldnotes: T minus 41 hours

My sabbatical officially starts in 41 hours so I thought I’d round up a few things that are on my mind… I …


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AAA2015 research

I didn’t make it to AAA2015, but I wanted to make sure I noted sessions of interest so I can keep an …


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Fieldnotes: the beginning

I’ve read five books this year that keep rattling me. *** Today looks and feels like proper springtime in the Akatarawa Valley. …


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Human-Livestock Entanglements into the Anthropocene

I was delighted to be invited to participate in Foodscapes: A World Food Day Symposium at the University of Canberra on October …


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Sheep Time?

I’m always trying to figure out new ways of doing remote presentations so I was pretty excited when I was invited to …


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