Disrupting Dominant Identities Network (DDIN): “Who said this?” Negotiating the ethics and politics of co-authorship in collaborative community text making.
August 21 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Here the story is told of making a beautiful book that was co-authored with six community leaders of Ōtara, South Auckland. Rethinking the ethics and politics at play in collaborative community text-making, authorial attributions of prose, poetry and wisdom crafted from our co-research conversations is discussed . The presentation will include images of the book.
Dr Frances Hancock identifies as an Irish Pākehā. She is a researcher, writer and community consultant, and also recently completed her doctoral studies at Te Puna Wānanga, the School of Māori and Indigenous Education at the University of Auckland. Her research interests include relational ethics, Māori–Pākehā relations, collaborative community text-making and critical methodologies.
Venue: Your University videoconference room or your desktop
- University of Auckland: Arts 1 Room 510
- Victoria University of Wellington: RB901
- University of Canterbury: please book through your assist booking system https://assist.canterbury.ac.nz/selfservice/
- Waikato University: Please contact your IT Helpdesk to book.
- Massey University: Turitea, Library 2.45; Albany, 1.22A; Wellington, 5E25
- Otago University: AVC3, Basement of the IS Building
From your desktop the Zoom link is https://otago.zoom.us/j/291448736
Time: Tuesday 21 August, 3 – 4.30pm
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