Tag: Atalanta

18th January 2020

ATALANTA’S ADVENTURES IN RESEARCH PART 2

By Atalanta Lloyd-Haynes Practicing epistemic disobedience that follows the accepted form of the Academy is a tricky path. However, the process is going relatively smoothly – thanks to the patience and encouragement of Mark, Janine, and ‘Brunk’ Allen – who are my mentors and spiritual/emotional ballast, and Leticia – who is a wonderful supervisor in this undergraduate cultural studies research project. I received excellent feedback […]

31st December 2019

Atalanta’s adventures in research part 1

By Atalanta Lloyd-Haynes I gratefully acknowledge and pay my respect to Country, Elders (present, past and emerging) and the Gnibi Wandarahn learning community who support and guide my learning journey. So I am on the ‘home stretch’ with my Bachelor of Indigenous Knowledge studies. This means that between now and when I graduate / take on the honours year in 2021, I have two independent […]