• DanKelly

    http://ateneoroa.home.blog

    Dan Kelly is a PhD candidate at the University of Auckland working at the intersection of food, activism & community. U can read more of his work at ateneoroa.home.blog Twitter: @kellydaNC Instagram: @endless_iterations_

  • Articles by DanKelly:

    • Boy Am I Scared – We Stand Up

      “One should be able to see that things are hopeless and yet be determined to make them otherwise.” – F. Scott Fitzgerald

    • Apocalypse Diaries: Maine 2016 – on growing and reaping your own

      “Control is what civilizations do… If we can control the world, we can protect ourselves from the darkness it contains. We can protect ourselves from what lies under the ground, in the tombs. Who doesn’t want to be protected? But who, in the end, can ever be?” Paul Kingsnorth

    • How do we preserve what we share?

      Elinor Ostrom’s 8 ‘rules’ for successful commons management “Social relationships are both the foundation and the theme of the human condition: We are born into relationships, we live our lives in relationships with others, and when we die, the effects of our relationships survive in the lives of the living.” – Ellen Berscheid (1999)

    • Sovereignty, kai, and the land where we grow

      By Dan Kelly As the global movement for food sovereignty starts to gain momentum on our shores, Dan Kelly takes a moment to talk to Dr. Jessica Hutchings, a Hua Parakore (Māori organics) practitioner and author of ‘Te Mahi Māra Hua Parakore: A Māori Food Sovereignty Handbook’.

    • Diwali Adventure

      A Coming Light: Goa and the Demons of Diwali Excerpt from ‘Explaining Nothing: What I Learned in India’ by Dan Kelly (@elhombre_delsur), first published by Counterpress in August 2015, Pondicherry, India. (@counter_press)