Tag Archives: Māori

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 an Associate Professor in the School of Education, Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, Aotearoa/New Zealand. She researches the intersections between Māori and Pākehā cultures, languages and knowledges, using Kaupapa Māori philosophies and post-qualitative methodologies.