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Colonisation of all forms

Georgina Tuari Stewart, Melitta Hogarth, Sean Sturm & Brian Martin
Originally published 21 Feb 2022 in Educational Philosophy & Theory.

Colonisation occurs in many fields, from the scientific to the philosophical, and involves all forms of life, including flora, fauna and micro-organisms. All these forms of life can colonise or be colonised by others. The various processes of colonisation connect in new and deadly ways in the current pandemic of COVID-19: on both sides of […]

Full Citation Information:
Georgina Tuari Stewart, Melitta Hogarth, Sean Sturm & Brian Martin (2022). Colonisation of all forms. PESA Agora. https://pesaagora.com/epat/colonisation-of-all-forms/

Border control

Policing knowledge in and of the pandemic

October, 2021: On a videocall from ‘across the ditch’ (local slang for Australia), our family members repeat the mantra, ‘it’s just a flu,’ reflecting the problem faced over there by the federal and state authorities to shape public discourse and opinion in favour of a public health response to the pandemic informed by science and […]

Full Citation Information:
Stewart, G. T. (2022). Border control: Policing knowledge in and of the pandemic. PESA Agora. https://pesaagora.com/columns/border-control/

Georgina Tuari Stewart

Georgina Tuari Stewart (ko Whakarārā te maunga, ko Matauri te moana, ko Te Tāpui te marae, ko Ngāpuhi-nui-tonu te iwi) is Professor of Māori Philosophy of Education in Te Ara Poutama, Auckland University of Technology, Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland, Aotearoa New Zealand. She is the author of Māori Philosophy: Indigenous thinking from Aotearoa, which introduces Māori philosophy as a Kaupapa Māori approach to studying Māori knowledge.