Timothy Neale is a pakeha (non-Indigenous) anthropologist and geographer originally from Aotearoa New Zealand whose work addresses natural hazards and environmental disasters through the social life of its technical infrastructures, and the politics of settler and Indigenous relations to lands and waters. He is a Senior Research Fellow at Deakin University, ARC Discovery Early Career Research Fellow, and Convener of the Deakin Science and Society Network.
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The 2019–2020 “Black Summer” bushfire season that affected southeast Australia has, like the COVID-19 pandemic, been frequently framed in terms of its unprecede... More
In the 150 years since its construction by Russian chemist Dmitry Mendeleev, the periodic table of chemical elements has become an iconic and ubiquitous express... More
It was late July in the rural outskirts of Darwin, a time of year when locals are repaid for the stifling humidity of northern Australia’s monsoon with frequent... More