Part of a Journey

This portfolio is currently a collection of artifacts related to my research and the Transformational Methodologies Lab run by Dr. Carla Rice and Dr. Ingrid Mündel at the University of Guelph's ReVision Centre for Art and Social Justice.


I produced this mind map as an exposition of my thinking through the first five weeks of the lab.


This blog is currently a collection of artifacts which have been organized by themes. Over the next few weeks and months, I will use these artifacts to create written blog posts. These blog posts will be revisited and built upon as my thinking evolves; as it grows, decomposes, and grows into something new but still made of what was there before. I hope to continue this blog until... well, I really can't think of an end-date! We'll just have to see what becomes of Niche Geographer.

And that's the end of my thought.

References


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Attitude is Everything (2020). Access Guide. Retrieved online from http://www.attitudeiseverything.org.uk/uploads/general/Attitude_is_Everything_-_Access_Guide_-_Online_Live_Music_-_Aug_2020.pdf


Balkissoon, D. & Sung, H. (Co-hosts). (n.d.). Episode 8 Eggshells. Retrieved from https://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/colour-code-podcast-race-in-canada/article31494658/


Boyer, D. and Howe C. (Co-hosts). (2019, March 21). 169 – Tim Ingold [Audio podcast]. Retrieved from http://culturesofenergy.com/169-tim-ingold/

Braidotti, R. (2020) “We” are in this together, but we are not one and the same. Bioethical Inquiry. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11673-020-10017-8

Dion, S. (n.d.). Complicating Empathy [Video file]. Retrieved September 15, 2020 from https://vimeo.com/59549728

Dion, S. (n.d.). Appropriation [Video file]. Retrieved September 15, 2020 from https://thelearningexchange.ca/videos/susan-dion-appropriation/

Energy In/Out of Place. (2020). Energy In/Out of Place: A Virtual Energy Humanities

Research-Creation Workshop. Retrieved from https://energyandplace.artsrn.ualberta.ca/

Hopkins, P. (2019). Social geography I: intersectionality. Progress in Human Geography, 43(5), 937-947.

Ingold, T. (2007). Materials against materiality. Archaeological Dialogues, 14(1), 1–16. https://doi.org/10.1017/S1380203807002127

Kafer, A. (2016). Un/safe disclosures: Scenes of disability and trauma. Journal of Literary & Cultural Disability Studies, 10(1), 1-20.

Lupton, D. (2020). Map Making as a Social Research Method [Video file]. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7uHHXzLthHw&t=13s

Maynard R. & Betasamosake Simpson, L. (2020). Towards Black and Indigenous futures on Turtle Island: A Conversation. In R. Diverlus, Hudson, S. & Marcus Ware, S. (Eds.) (2020). Until We Are Free: Reflections on Black Lives Matter in Canada (pp. 75-84.) University of Regina Press.

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Simpson, L. Betasamosake. (2020, April 16). The Brilliance of the Beaver: Learning from an Anishnaabe World. Retrieved from https://www.cbc.ca/radio/ideas/the-brilliance-of-the-beaver-learning-from-an-anishnaabe-world-1.5534706