Nervously presenting at the #NZGSIAG2018 conference. Had a great time though. @dremmapower and @andrewgm3 thanks for the support.
#NZGSIAG2018 will remain one of the best conferences I have attended so far- inclusive and insightful..
#NZGSIAG2018 Thank you all for a conference that I think will be seen in future as a seminal moment in Australasian Geography. I am deeply humbled and grateful to see strangers become such a warm and supportive audience and to find such warm welcome to strangers 🙏🏼.
Nervously presenting at the #NZGSIAG2018 conference. Had a great time though. @dremmapower and @andrewgm3 thanks for the support..
Our student representative @SophieMayKerr1 delivered an excellent presentation at #NZGSIAG2018 that explores parenting in apartments..
Inspiring keynote speech by @RichieHowitt. So much more we need to learn from and listen to indigenous peoples. #nzgsiag2018.
Huge thanks to wonderful #nzgsiag2018 conference organisers @karentfisher, Nick Lewis & team! Fantastic, stimulating, collegial week..
#NZGSIAG2018 Emerging notions of place in thinking about rivers - terrific session led by Prof Gary Brierley and colleagues. Geomorphology learning to listen to and advocate the rights of rivers and inviting discussion across Human-Physical sub-disciplines. Very inspiring 🙏🏼.
[email protected] advocates for attentive and patient methodologies of listening to what has been silenced in today’s @ProgHumGeog Keynote #NZGSIAG2018.
[email protected]: In uncertain times it is tempting to rush to speak. Yet, it is important to advocate and cultivate listening methodologies – Geographers need to learn to listen to Country #NZGSIAG2018.
#nzgsiag2018 As a southern hemisphere geographer, Howitt is conscious of speaking from a margin. (As he powerfully brings @ProgHumGeog lecture south of the equator for the first time.).
And we’re excited for your @ProgHumGeog lecture today at #NZGSIAG2018. (Hoping it will help make sense of the swirl of exciting influences this week.).
Awards for three members of our Department @otago at the NZ Geographical Society in Auckland today. #NZGS #NZGSIAG2018 Jerram for Best Doctoral Thesis; Michelle for Distinguished Geographer; and Etienne for Service to the Geographical Society..
Congratulations to Prof Michelle Thompson-Fawcett for #NZGS Distinguished Geographer medal #NZGSIAG2018.
@tom_a_baker Emerging Researcher Award for New Zealand Geographical Society #nzgsiag2018.
Been to such great sessions today #NZGSIAG2018 thanks for organising to Maria Borovnik, Tim Edensor, Gail Hutchinson @kayathiea @michelelobo29.
[email protected] asks what the political practices & forms of this fourth world resurgent might be - Glen Coulthard highlights the importance of grounded ethics, social relations of place, prefig politics & the need to resist abstracted/deontological ideas of justice #NZGSIAG2018.
Glen Coulthard’s account of constitutional recognition in Canada - positioned as ‘cultural’ rights that can be infringed upon, narrowed, set aside for a range of reasons (eg development & settlement), might have implications for the Recognise campaign in Australia #NZGSIAG2018.
Glen Coulthard - talking abt the Fourth World- the Indian reality; land as relationship. Power is global & colored - #NZGSIAG2018.
Glen Coulthard asks can theory be removed from its specific time and place to consider different forms of colonial relationships? To what effect? What role should non-Indigenous thought & theory play in struggles for #decolonisation (if any)? #NZGSIAG2018.
You heard it here folks, live tweeting shifts the geographies of conferences #nzgsiag2018.
#NZGSIAG2018 @geoplanMQ Terrific presentation that rethinks the implications of flood mobilities in so many ways by Mati Tofa and Kat Haynes 👍.
#allfemalepanel at #NZGSIAG2018 for meet the editors panel. Not surprising women over-represented as editors - a thankless but rewarding job..
Meet the editors! How satisfying to see senior fab women in lead editorial and publishing roles. But side note - important to recognise, & remember, it’s mainly thankless and poorly paid work #nzgsiag2018.
@ProfLesleyHead walking us through multicultural engagements with Agriculture alerting us to farming through a wider lens of practice #NZGSIAG2018.
Powerful paper by @LauraAH110 #NZGSIAG2018. Decolonisation of geography based on collaborative research relationships, yet these are hard to maintain due to the precarity associated with casualisation of unis..