WHAT'S THE READING GROUP GOT TO DO WITH IT?
- Rebekka Kiesewetter (see profile)
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- feminist and decolonial critiques of internationalisation, literacy practices, situated knowledges, online reading group, critical OA publishing
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- A performative lecture on literacy practices, specifically reading, as concrete political dimension of critical scholarly engagement and about the online reading group as a specific form of (postdigital) relational and situated knowledge creation. Literacy practices and digital formats of scholarly knoweldge creation have determined (and are determined by) the relationships between scholars world-wide. These are uneven and polarised. Therefore, the micro-power-structures of linguistic form and style and the micro-choreographies of collaborative knowledge creation cannot be ignored when OA publishing is meant to figure as a leverage for more equal and diverse knowledge production, world-wide.
- Performative lecture delivered at the Royal College of Art (RCA), London
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- 2 years ago
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