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Tara Brabazon's 12 Rules for (academic) life - a stroppy feminist's guide through teaching, learning, politics and Jordan Peterson

Tara Brabazon podcast

Release Date: 09/12/2020

Palliative nurses in the community at the end of life - a conversation with Lyn Rabbetts show art Palliative nurses in the community at the end of life - a conversation with Lyn Rabbetts

Tara Brabazon podcast

Tara talks with Lyn about the value of palliative nurses in the family home, enabling the end of life with authenticity, meaning and care.

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Cardiac health for country people - a conversation with Katie Nesbitt show art Cardiac health for country people - a conversation with Katie Nesbitt

Tara Brabazon podcast

Tara talks with Katie about how to enable cardiac health for country people.  How do we ensure a parity of health care for regional, rural and remote people?

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Steps Selecting Examiners show art Steps Selecting Examiners

Tara Brabazon podcast

The most important task for a supervisor of higher degree students is to select examiners.  This short training session offers commentary and advice to supervisors, to move from compliance to excellence.

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Steps - Writing a supervisory letter after receiving divergent results show art Steps - Writing a supervisory letter after receiving divergent results

Tara Brabazon podcast

Mostly, higher degree examination is a smooth process.  Sometimes, examination results are unexpected.  Disturbing.  Divergent. This training session explores how to explain these divergent results to governance committees that must determine the final result.

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Core Training for Full Academic Status (FAS) supervisors show art Core Training for Full Academic Status (FAS) supervisors

Tara Brabazon podcast

Tara offers a core training sesion for Full Academic Status supervisors at Flinders University.

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Core Training for Regional, Rural and Remote Supervisors show art Core Training for Regional, Rural and Remote Supervisors

Tara Brabazon podcast

Tara offers a specialist training session for Regional, Rural and Remote Supervisors.

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Steps Regional, Rural and Remote students, supervisors and research show art Steps Regional, Rural and Remote students, supervisors and research

Tara Brabazon podcast

In this Step session Tara talks with Dr Maree Meredith about the gifts and the challenges of regional, rural and remote academic life, with attention to student supervision and research.

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Steps Working with Indigenous Elders to enable research sovereignty show art Steps Working with Indigenous Elders to enable research sovereignty

Tara Brabazon podcast

Tara talks with Dr Maree Meredith about the decolonizing power and value of working with Indigenous Elders. This partnership transforms research and summons new and powerful configurations of research sovereignty for doctoral education.

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Steps Plagiarism and the PhD show art Steps Plagiarism and the PhD

Tara Brabazon podcast

Plagiarism is a dark force in our intellectual culture.  But it is a proxy for a series of challenges in information literacy.  This Steps professional development session explores these proxies and how to intervene in the research culture of higher degree students.

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Steps - Why do a milestone? show art Steps - Why do a milestone?

Tara Brabazon podcast

In this professional training session for supervisors at Flinders University, we explore the reasons and rationale for completing milestones during a higher degree candidature.

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Tara presents her flipped keynote for the Australian Women's and Gender Studies Association.   

Join the online chat.  See you on September 25!  https://twitter.com/AWGSA1/status/1299538650972082176

 

Here are the 12 Rules.

Rule 1             Always ask why.

Rule 2             Be an intellectual and make your choices about the mode.

Rule 3             Laugh like a Medusa and maintain the confidence of a mediocre white man.

Rule 4             Empowered groups have to be very confident in their power to give some away.

Rule 5             Intellectual generosity is the foundation of scholarly life.

Rule 6             Just because you work in higher education does not mean you are an expert in higher education.

Rule 7             Freedom to read is more important than freedom of speech.

Rule 8             Be a leader, rather than complain about leadership.

Rule 9             Teaching matters.  Learning matters more.

Rule 10           Women are humans, citizens, and fully formed people.

Rule 11.          Respect the vulnerable, the sick, the dying and the dead.

Rule 12           Be the change you want to see.