Provincialising, Decentering, Localising
Lawrence Ross, University of Malaya
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Knowledge production occurs in a political economy that limits discourse to certain rigid epistemic and class presumptions. In this panel, we speak of different ways that this can be undone. We consider the impact of colonial history, the gap between modernity and tradition, and the ethics of discovering.
Produced by: Ahmad Fuad Rahmat, Haniff Baharudin
Presented by: Ahmad Fuad Rahmat
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Tags: urban-rural divide, decentering knowledge, epistemic, class discourse, knowledge production, Night School