Ethnographies from Global Margins. Questioning Current Makings of Knowledge in Anthropology

This panel addresses the old question of power relationships in knowledge production in a time of increased academic competition, which leads to a greater uniformity of anthropological thinking. It thus aims to be a forum to exchange on the possibilities to develop different ethnographies from “global margins” – such as indigenous methodologies, subaltern voices, feminist epistemologies as well as precarious non-tenured scholars – and in a way that would matter for anthropology in a whole.

Source: Ethnographies from Global Margins. Questioning Current Makings of Knowledge in Anthropology