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CANCELLED Ñande reko: alterity and (non-)participatory research with guaraní women in Bolivia

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Cancelled due to strike action

Participatory research aims to involve participants as active collaborators and challenge power differentials in the production of knowledge. Participatory approaches have also been central to decolonial and feminist research. However, what are the problems in using selected participatory methods as an ‘add-on’ to an already elaborated research project, and what should we do when the participatory process breaks down? How can the research remain relevant to the lives and concerns of the participants, and ultimately remain ethical – particularly when working with disadvantaged communities and intersectional inequalities? This talk will discuss some challenges and ethical issues encountered in (non-)participatory research with indigenous women in Bolivia.

This talk is part of the Fieldwork Seminar: Methodologies in the 'field' series.

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