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August 21, 2020

So here we are, two days into our fieldwork for the Northwest Community Futures project. We are sitting in the Marrawah Hotel, having a cup of hot chocolate, warming our bones by the fire, and reflecting on our time here so far.

We have met some really fabulous people o...

April 2, 2020

Earlier this year, in February 2020, the Centre for Marine Socioecology (CMS) and IMAS hosted a group of Taiwanese students from National Cheng University.

Alongside Karen and our colleague Emily Ogier, I was fortunate enough to have the opportunity to support two of th...

March 11, 2020

When you tell someone new that you’re about to embark on a PhD journey, you’ll get one of a predictable set of responses. You can’t help but categorise them in your head: the professionals are politely interested, the undergrads are admiring, the academics are approvin...

March 4, 2020

When we start our training as social researchers, we are told that reporting back to research participants is good practice and ethical behaviour. After all people have shared their thoughts, experiences, insights, hopes, fears and such with us, usually in confidence a...

November 28, 2019

Just over a month ago I turned 34. Not only does this mean that I now get the odd twinge in my knee when tackling stairs, but it turns out that this also puts me at exactly the average age for an Australian starting a PhD.  

Four and a half months ago, I left a career i...

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