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Tara Brabazon podcast

May 31, 2017

The best learning in a PhD programme is peer learning.  Tara shares the expertise of Flinders PhD students discussing how to manage their expectations and the lived reality of a doctoral candidature.

May 24, 2017

John Reid presents his upgrade seminar for his PhD.  The topic is indigenous male migration.  In this powerful presentation, he summons the image, metaphor, theory and trope of 'the waterhole.'

May 23, 2017

Tara talks with John Reid about his PhD.  What is the function of 'the waterhole' in cultural geography, or as a metaphor, a trope and a theory to understand indigenous masculinity?

May 20, 2017

As Tara is about to head off to Alice Springs in the Northern Territory, she talks with Steve about why regional education matters.  The importance of universities in small cities and large towns is obvious and clear, but rarely recognized in public or education policy.

May 20, 2017

Sunny, Steve and Tara address the challenge of breaking up 110,000 words into refereed articles.  Sunny has already completed two refereed articles and she discusses the surprises that emerge when she cuts up her thesis into new forms of writing, for new audiences.