Disrupting Dominant Identities Network (DDIN): “Who said this?” Negotiating the ethics and politics of co-authorship in collaborative community text making.
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. Bio: 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…Find out more »
Speaker: Lincoln Dam, University of Auckland Love and politics: Rethinking biculturalism and multiculturalism in Aotearoa-New Zealand. Details to come.Find out more »
Speaker: Arama Rata and colleagues. TBA.Find out more »