Decoloyarning at Fenner is a series of articles about understanding how the disciplines we love thrive in a forum where respecting Indigenous knowledges and thinking sits at the core of what we do. What does it look like, feel like, and mean to embrace this approach to learning and research? What are our responsibilities and what can we learn from each other?

We would like to thank The Decolonial Research and Teaching Circle (Fenner Circle) for helping create a space where the Fenner community can enrich our passion for the environment and society by learning with societies built through the environment’s principles and lore.

This is a series for everyone, and that anyone can contribute to, whether you’re Indigenous or non-Indigenous, just started your degree or are a seasoned academic. If you’ve got an idea for a topic for a yarn, would like to be part of a yarn, or share something you’ve learnt from a yarn, contact The Fenner School Communications Team.

Updated:  22 June 2022/Responsible Officer:  Director, Fenner School/Page Contact:  Webmaster, Fenner School