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Ripping, cutting, stitching: feminist knowledge destruction and creation in global politics

Choi, Shine, Sarma, Saara, Masters, Cristina, Zalewski, Marysia ORCID:, Brown, Michelle Lee and Parashar, Swati 2023. Ripping, cutting, stitching: feminist knowledge destruction and creation in global politics. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield.

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This book presents a collective mediation on writing, methods, violences, and un/becomings in global politics. It combines narratives, fictional stories, academic discussions, passionate unwindings, imagined futures, and more. The editor's intention is to offer a theoretically creative work which engages extensively with the visual and affective to un-discipline knowledge and modes of expression. The book’s point of departure is a conventional academic conference and its peculiar academic concerns (which many readers will only be too familiar with), using this to open up to broader and deeper concerns about everyday-level decisions, realities, and perspectives that feed into and make global politics. It is a polyvocal text that collects traces of thinking, learning, conversing, embodying and ‘finding out’, in an attempt to make visible some of the avalanches of discarded knowing practices. In this sense, this book is a methods book as much as a political/theoretical text that demands we (better) understand or know the worlds we enter, inhabit, to make it quiver otherwise.

Item Type: Book
Book Type: Authored Book
Date Type: Publication
Status: Published
Schools: Law
Publisher: Rowman and Littlefield
ISBN: 9781538171387
Last Modified: 13 Feb 2024 15:45

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