Tim Neale is a writer and researcher at the University of Melbourne. His research concerns political ecology, econationalism and historical geography in the settler-colonial south, and his writing has appeared in journals such as Australian Humanities Review and Hue & Cry.
- "What to do with resistance, or rebellion?"
- "I The University is a site of distributed cognition."
- "This is what you are learning, socialised and socialising cognitive protocols."
- "These are not just the calculations of key performance indicators of cognitive practice as decided by key performing cognitive practitioners; they are also, more nobly, numbers."
- "This competition is itself the innovation of other ‘best practice’ Universities and previous winners include innovations in the reprogramming of cells, the exporting of indigenous species and devices that deliver higher business efficiency (such as alarms that monitor the drowsiness of workers)."
- "The commercial University, the managed University, instead proscribes a set of ‘excellent’ skills for successful employees-to-be, while actively making inappropriate spaces and time for critical thinking and critique."
- "The competition includes cognition demonstration by successful businessmen who have ‘created value’ in the marketplace."
- "Against this, a major development across the Universities Generic has been the appropriation of research models and learning theory by their managing overseers to produce commercialised kinds of thinking that are both commercial and ‘best practiced’ by the University."
- "We are not sovereign agents and knowers."
- "Annually the University Specific facilitates an ‘Entrepreneurship Challenge’, asking various nodes to supply competing innovations for the attention of an audience of investors and the monetary prizes of a select panel."