Episode 8: The University ethics process

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Contents: Many of the people who participated in the interviews hold positions at Universities across New Zealand. This podcast explore how these performers, directors and researchers negotiate a University ethics process initially developed for medical, animal, sociological and anthropological research. Subscribe on itunes

Who is speaking and when:

0:00:00 Introduction (Melissa Laing) | 0:01:03 Moana Nepia | 0:01:26 Sally J Morgan | 0:01:56 Carol Brown | 0:02:04 Mark Harvey | 0:02:28 David Cross | 0:03:46 Becca Wood | 0:04:32 Alys Longley | 0:05:05 Carol Brown | 0:05:40 David Cross | 0:06:02 Alys Longley | 0:06:23 Sally J Morgan | 0:08:04 Mark Jackson | 0:08:38 Becca Wood | 0:10:33 Alys Longley | 0:10:53 Moana Nepia | 0:11:26 Chris Braddock | 0:12:58 Sally J Morgan | 0:14:11 Mark Jackson | 0:16:17 Moana Nepia | 0:17:12 Alys Longley | 0:17:21 Becca Wood | 0:17:55 Carol Brown | 0:18:55 Rose Martin | 0:21:35 David Cross | 0:22:11 Sally J Morgan | 0:22:58 Chris Braddock | 0:25:54 Moana Nepia | 0:26:26 Stephen Bain | 0:27:16 Mark Jackson | 0:29:07 Sally J Morgan | 0:29:52 Mark Jackson | 0:32:41 Chris Braddock | 0:34:31 Sally J Morgan | 0:35:01 Rose Martin | 0:37:54 Mark Harvey | | 0:38:17 Sally Morgan | 0:41:12 Becca Wood | 0:43:40 Brent Harris | 0:44:29 Chris Braddock | 0:46:33 David Cross | 0:47:41 Chris Braddock | 0:50:34 Mark Harvey | 0:54:15 Alys Longley | 0:56:29 Brent Harris | 0:57:47 Mark Jackson | 0:58:23 Chris Braddock | 0:58:45 Mark Jackson | 1:00:28 David Cross | 1:01:21 Mark Jackson | 1:02:36 David Cross | 1:04:48 End

Glossary of Places and People Mentioned

Artspace (Sydney) a leading international residency-based contemporary art centre in Sydney
ST PAUL St Gallery is a suite of purpose-built galleries and project spaces run by the School of Art and Design, AUT University with an international programme of exhibitions, events, symposia and publications.
Te Papa is New Zealand’s national museum
Janet Lilo is a New Zealand Artist
The interviewer refers to an artwork where the artist spends a year in a cage. The work is by Tehching Hsieh and is called One Year Performance 1978–1979 (Cage Piece)

How to cite this podcast: University Without Conditions. 2014. Episode 8: The University ethics process, Performance Ethics Working Group. (podcast) 22 May. Available at: http://universitywithoutconditions.ac.nz/?page_id=633 [Accessed: Date].

One thought on “Episode 8: The University ethics process

  1. A remarkable combination of the uninformed and narcissists. Most Ethics Committees require a discussion of incidental findings and no approvals from any committee override legal obligations to report abuse, harm, criminality. These folk use a lot of hearsay. Very poor.

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