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intermission By Andy Williamson
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A collection of poems, prose poems and images that spans place, time and circumstance from New Zealand author Andy Williamson.
Loss. And Found By Andy Williamson
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Loss. And found: A collection of poetry about love, loss and discovery. This collection was written between 2007 and 2013. The poems and images reflect the passage of relationships and our physical... More > movement in the pursuit of (or away from) them. How do we re-negotiate our own sense of belonging and meaning through multiple migrations (of self and heart), yet remain anchored? Nothing happens in isolation. This collection began to form in New Zealand, in the Waitakere Ranges and alongside the Manukau Harbour. It was finished in East London, close to the River Lea and the Thames. Places between might be less obvious but are no less important. The images are collectively derived from East Sussex and Provence, in the wind shadows of Firle Beacon and the Petit Luberon. The poems are thematic. They are not serial. Some poems contain words written in Maori. They are not translated. Translation colonises meaning. Who are they about? I don’t know. Or I won’t say.< Less
Intermission By Andy Williamson
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A collection of poems, prose poems and images that spans place, time and circumstance from New Zealand author Andy Williamson.
Researching With Communities: Grounded Perspectives On Engaging Communities In Research By Ruth DeSouza & Andy Williamson
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Researching with communities presents a range of personal and grounded perspectives from academics, researchers and practitioners on undertaking research in ways that promote and privilege the voice... More > of the community, is respectful of local or indigenous practices and is culturally safe. Most definitely not a 'tick list' for approaching community-inclusive research, this book provides grounded exemplars, guides and discussion about the experiences of doing research respectfully and inclusively. It does this by drawing on the perspectives of researchers and community practitioners and by providing a range of reflective chapters that explore what community-based research means in a range of settings and for a range of people. Like the communities in which they are grounded, undertaking research in this way is always a unique experience.< Less
Researching with Communities: Grounded perspectives on engaging communities in research By Ruth DeSouza & Andy Williamson
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Researching with communities presents a range of personal and grounded perspectives from academics, researchers and practitioners on undertaking research in ways that promote and privilege the voice... More > of the community, is respectful of local or indigenous practices and is culturally safe. Most definitely not a ‘tick list’ for approaching community-inclusive research, this book provides grounded exemplars, guides and discussion about the experiences of doing research respectfully and inclusively. It does this by drawing on the perspectives of researchers and community practitioners and by providing a range of reflective chapters that explore what community-based research means in a range of settings and for a range of people. Like the communities in which they are grounded, undertaking research in this way is always a unique experience.< Less
Aotearoa Ethnic Network Journal. Vol 1, Iss 1 By Ruth DeSouza & Andy Williamson
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The AEN Journal provides intelligent and critical discussion on issues facing ethnic communities in New Zealand. It features articles by key thinkers in the ethnic sector in New Zealand and overseas.... More > Issue 1 of the AEN Journal is available at journal.aen.org.nz or in hard copy. Contents include a Guest Editorial by Race Relations Commissioner Joris de Bres and articles by Maori Party Co-leader Tariana Turia and Mervin Singham, Director of the Office of Ethnic Affairs. Issue 1 features a viewpoint on the Palestine-Israel problem from a New Zealand Jew and a New Zealand Muslim. International contributions include UK-based psychiatrist Suman Fernando, discussing racism in the mental health system, and US-based human rights writer Amy West. West challenges New Zealand to ensure our Immigration Act review is balanced. Tze Ming Mok and Kumanan Rasanathan provide an edgy and humorous discussion on labels and how they can be used strategically to obtain resources but risk homogenising groups.< Less