Graduate Student Roundtable | Decolonizing Research Methodologies
Date: Wednesday, May 5, 2021
Time: 1:45-3 p.m.
Host: Global Arts + Humanities Discovery Theme
In celebration of its inaugural Society of Fellows cohort, the Global Arts + Humanities is holding a series of roundtables led by our graduate student research grant recipients. For these events, graduate students will come together to discuss how cross-disciplinary collaborations and methodologies have shaped their research and creative practices in the area of human rights.
In this roundtable, panelists will aim to decolonize community-engaged research methodologies by attending to the ways in which unequal power relations mediate them. The roundtable consists of four projects that examine the role of CE and collaborative methodologies in arts and humanities research and seek to decentralize authorship through collaboration. Student projects are informed by critical race theory, queer theory, the arts as social practice and the themes of home, memory, body and place.