Event Title

Panel and Q&A

Location

Zoom

Document Type

Panel Discussion

Start Date

28-10-2021 12:00 PM

End Date

28-10-2021 12:40 PM

Description

Graduate Students Kanishka Sikri and Denisse Albornoz will explore the notion of epistemic injustice in research, which refers to the conditions in which the knowledge of identities and communities sitting at the intersections of multiple layers of oppression is consistently devalued, marginalized or silenced. Situating themselves in the context of community-based research, they will discuss the role of openness in addressing epistemic injustice and the importance of complicating what it means to be equitable in our own knowledge practices.

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Oct 28th, 12:00 PM Oct 28th, 12:40 PM

Panel and Q&A

Zoom

Graduate Students Kanishka Sikri and Denisse Albornoz will explore the notion of epistemic injustice in research, which refers to the conditions in which the knowledge of identities and communities sitting at the intersections of multiple layers of oppression is consistently devalued, marginalized or silenced. Situating themselves in the context of community-based research, they will discuss the role of openness in addressing epistemic injustice and the importance of complicating what it means to be equitable in our own knowledge practices.