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    • A Dance to the Death of God: The Novels of Antony Powell 

      Grimshaw, MikeM (University of Canterbury, 2019)
      English novelist Antony Powell (1905-2000) is best known for his 12-voume novel A Dance to the Music of Time (1951-1975) [hereafter Dance]. The title is in reference to Poussin’s great painting of the same name – painted ...
    • Dealing with allegations of violence against women in a multicultural environment: Consideration of approach(es) and procedure(s) with regards to abuse allegations of women of an Asian, African and Middle Eastern origin in New Zealand 

      Iskander, Sandra (Project Monma Research Centre, 2015)
      New Zealand has become increasingly multicultural and continues to accept a large number of migrants every year. This adds a duty on its legal system to ensure that its current laws can protect minority groups and adequately ...
    • Debt and Value: Illusions of Axiology and Coherence 

      Zeiher, Cindy; Grimshaw, Mike (2017)
    • Debt, à la Lettre: The Promise of Debt and the Duty of the Indebted 

      Richards, Serene (2017)
      This paper demonstrates that the logic of debt is founded on an infinite task, amounting to a process of continual repayment with never an end in sight. This infinite task expresses as its inner contradiction: “borrow, ...
    • Debt, Value and Dignity – as a Human Value and as a Moral Value 

      Or, Teja (2017)
      This paper examines the relation between debt, value and dignity in the context of the still present European Union debt crisis. It considers dignity as a human value and as a moral value. Dignity is namely closely related ...
    • Debt, Value and Economic Theology 

      Unknown author (2017)
      Economic theologies are systems of religiously legitimated beliefs and practices that align value (in Marx’s sense) with values (in broad anthropological usage). This article outlines the place of debt and the credit ...
    • Debt, Value and Economic Theology 

      Krier, Daniel (2017)
      Economic theologies are systems of religiously legitimated beliefs and practices that align value (in Marx’s sense) with values (in broad anthropological usage). This article outlines the place of debt and the credit ...
    • The Displaced Object of Critique: From the Mode of Production to the Mode of Indebtment 

      Peter, Andreas (2017)
      This discourse aims at a displacement of the object of critique of any future ‘critique of political economy’. The first part addresses the nature of critique in general and of ‘critique of political ...
    • Domesticating by commodifying the liberal peace? Evidence from the southern Philippines 

      Espesor, Jovanie C. (Macmillan Brown Centre for Pacific Studies, 2017)
      Liberal peacebuilding is the prominent and popular framework employed by intergovernmental organisations and many international non-government organisations in conflict management and resolution in conflictual societies ...
    • Editorial 

      Cunningham, Una; King, Jeanette; Schalley, Andrea C.; Seals, Corinne A. (2016)
      We are excited to present the first papers of the new Journal of Home Language Research. We hope this journal will provide a forum for presentation and discussion of original research from all parts of the world, in all ...
    • Editorial collective report 

      Kohli, Ambika (Project Monma Research Centre, 2016)
      This is the first editorial collective report of our second volume. It is good to see the journal expanding in the context of new authors submitting their work for publication. We also have three new members on the editorial ...
    • Editorial collective report 

      Santo, Macy; Kohli, Ambika; Higgs, Johanna (Project Monma Research Centre, 2015)
      Editorial collective report It gives me immense pleasure to write the first editorial report on behalf of our editorial collective. International journal for intersectional feminist studies is a publication of Project ...
    • Editorial Collective Report 

      Kohli, Ambika; Ali, Rabia; Higgs, Johanna (Project Monma Research Centre, 2017)
      This is the first collective report of the year 2017. The Project Monma is conducting long-term projects on sexual harassment in India, male perspectives of sexual harassment, women's access to justice in Senegal, Colombia, ...
    • Editorial Collective Report 

      Editorial Collective (Project Monma Research Centre, 2017)
      This is the first second issue, that we have published and are glad to see the growth of our journal. In this issue, we publish three papers which are a mixture of an article, social commentary, and a literature review. ...
    • Editorial Collective Report Volume 4, Issue 1 & 2, September 2018 

      Kohli, Ambika; Ali, Rabia; Higgs, Joahanna (Project Monma Research Centre, 2018)
      It is fascinating to view the expansion of our journal reaching wider range of readers and authors. This year we got submissions from authors based in different parts of the world. The current issue publishes research ...
    • Editorial, Volume 1, November 2015 

      Astall, Chris; Fastier, Murrary; Fickel, Letitia (University of Canterbury, College of Education, Health and Human Development, 2015)
      Welcome to the inaugural issue of the Journal of Initial Teacher Inquiry. This special issue has a focus on contemporary teaching and learning issues. This journal celebrates inquiry based research as conducted by Initial ...
    • Editorial, Volume 2, November 2016 

      Astall, Chris; Fastier, Murray; Lewis, Trish; Graham, James (University of Canterbury, College of Education, Health and Human Development, 2016)
      Welcome to the second issue of the Journal of Initial Teacher Inquiry. This journal celebrates inquiry based research as conducted by Initial Teacher Education (ITE) students completing the intensive, one year Master of ...
    • Editorial, Volume 3, November 2017  

      Astall, Chris (2017)
      Welcome to the third issue of the Journal of Initial Teacher Inquiry. The journal celebrates inquiry based research as conducted by Initial Teacher Education (ITE) students completing the intensive, one year Master of ...
    • Educating for Diversity in New Zealand: Considerations of Current Practices and Possible Pathways? 

      Harbott, Natalie (2017)
      This article reviews what the current practices are for educating students for diversity, and what considerations need to be made. New Zealand prides itself on being a diverse and inclusive society with bicultural foundations. ...
    • Education and international competitiveness 

      Johnson, Sasha (University of Canterbury, College of Education, Health and Human Development, 2015)
      Educational reforms are often based on the assumption that education, particularly in STEM areas, is the key to international competitiveness. This is valid to some degree, however, there are many other aspects that ...