Aspects of the coloniality of knowledge
Looking at work on advocacy research, this article raises concerns about researchers, exploring and illustrating four aspects of the Coloniality of Anglo-European knowledge practice possible in such research. It suggests that it is not because we are able to be scholars that we are positioned to develop knowledge of marginalized others; it is because of how we are positioned in relation to marginalized others that we are able to be scholars. This article ends with a suggestion for an epistemic shift.
Critical Philosophy of Race
Hoagland, Sarah, "Aspects of the coloniality of knowledge" (2020). Philosophy Faculty Publications. 12.