Tag: Tayla

"An Irreplaceable Ethnographic Record"?; More Like Diary of a ColonialPhotographer!

In this post, Tayla introduces the three-part takedown of Jimmy Nelson’s Before they Pass Away by looking at colonial photography, and the danger of reading photographs as ‘truth’. It…

"An Irreplaceable Ethnographic Record"?; More Like Diary of a ColonialPhotographer!

In this post, Tayla introduces the three-part takedown of Jimmy Nelson’s Before they Pass Away by looking at colonial photography, and the danger of reading photographs as ‘truth’. It…

"An Irreplaceable Ethnographic Record"?; More Like Diary of a ColonialPhotographer!

In this post, Tayla introduces the three-part takedown of Jimmy Nelson’s Before they Pass Away by looking at colonial photography, and the danger of reading photographs as ‘truth’. It…

"An Irreplaceable Ethnographic Record"?; More Like Diary of a ColonialPhotographer!

In this post, Tayla introduces the three-part takedown of Jimmy Nelson’s Before they Pass Away by looking at colonial photography, and the danger of reading photographs as ‘truth’. It…

Feeding People and Cooking up a Storm: Tayla’s upcoming talk at the Wellington Seminar Series

Inspired by John Key’s comment “Wellington is dying” (ugh), between March and May 2014, the Stout Research Centre is holding the ‘Wellington Seminar Series’. The seminar features presentations…

Feeding People and Cooking up a Storm: Tayla’s upcoming talk at the Wellington Seminar Series

Inspired by John Key’s comment “Wellington is dying” (ugh), between March and May 2014, the Stout Research Centre is holding the ‘Wellington Seminar Series’. The seminar features presentations…

Feeding People and Cooking up a Storm: Tayla’s upcoming talk at the Wellington Seminar Series

Inspired by John Key’s comment “Wellington is dying” (ugh), between March and May 2014, the Stout Research Centre is holding the ‘Wellington Seminar Series’. The seminar features presentations…

Feeding People and Cooking up a Storm: Tayla’s upcoming talk at the Wellington Seminar Series

Inspired by John Key’s comment “Wellington is dying” (ugh), between March and May 2014, the Stout Research Centre is holding the ‘Wellington Seminar Series’. The seminar features presentations…

Normalising Fat Discrimination – The Role of New Zealand News Media

New Zealand’s concern over an ‘obesity epidemic’ has resulted in overweight bodies being linked to a biomedical model of disease. This post discusses some of the issues from…

Normalising Fat Discrimination – The Role of New Zealand News Media

New Zealand’s concern over an ‘obesity epidemic’ has resulted in overweight bodies being linked to a biomedical model of disease. This post discusses some of the issues from…

Normalising Fat Discrimination – The Role of New Zealand News Media

New Zealand’s concern over an ‘obesity epidemic’ has resulted in overweight bodies being linked to a biomedical model of disease. This post discusses some of the issues from…

Normalising Fat Discrimination – The Role of New Zealand News Media

New Zealand’s concern over an ‘obesity epidemic’ has resulted in overweight bodies being linked to a biomedical model of disease. This post discusses some of the issues from…