SAANZ 2020: The Isolation Edition – Presentations

SAANZ 2020: The Isolation Edition

Weekly from October 28th to November 25th

Full schedule and abstracts available here

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Session One: October 28th
Challenging Responses: Issues of Ethnicity

Chair: Avril Bell

Luke Gahan (presenter), Barbara Masser, Cecilia Mwangi, Rachel Thorpe, Tanya Davison

Facilitators and Barriers to Ethnic Minority Blood Donation: Perspectives from Polynesian/Melanesian, sub-Saharan African, and East/South-East Asian Blood Donors in Australia.

Luiz Guilherme Natalio de Mello – Pontifical Catholic University of Paraná

Humanitarian Visa and Environmentally Induced Population Displacement: Brazil’s and New Zealand’s responses

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Session Two: November 4th
Settler Students & Scholars Navigating Issues of Knowledge in the Academy

Chair: Stella Pennell

Rosie Boxall – University of Auckland

Mapping student responses to learning about difficult histories in undergraduate Sociology

Avril Bell – University of Auckland

If the university was a bridge between worlds: white settler allies in academia

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Session Three: November 11th
Reimagining Building Praxis 

Chair: Tiina Vares

Casimir MacGregor – BRANZ

Beyond behaviour change? The epistemic and social practice foundations for ‘behaviour change’ in the context of the transition to a net- zero carbon economy 

Orin Lockyer – BRANZ

Expectation and Trust: A practice-based analysis of communication between builders and clients during the new build process

Michael Nuth – BRANZ

Earthquake prone public buildings: balancing safety risks and community costs

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Session Four: November 18th
Blurred Boundaries: Negotiating Identity Markers

Chair: Fairleigh Gilmour

Genevieve Grava – University of Auckland

Pinays in Aotearoa

Kalym Lipsey – Massey University

It’s (not) just time – Incarceration, Identity and Meaninglessness

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Session Five: November 25th
A Marxist Discussion: Fisher and Fanon 

Chair: Matt Wynyard

Vanessa Arapko – University of Auckland

A Brief History of Capitalist Realism

Daniel Badenhorst – University of Auckland

Doing Warm-Ups with Fanon: Fanon’s Stretching and Warming up to Marxism

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