“From Hangami (Temporary) to Permanent Lives: Creating Space for Urban Life Historical Approach in the Aftermath of an Earthquake”
Have you wondered how to democratize (if not daring to claim to decolonize), academic knowledge production praxis? Here’s one example: University Lecturer/Academy Fellow Marjaana Jauhola’s ongoing urban ethnographic research of two decades after the 2001 Kutch earthquake in Gujarat, Intia (Academy of Finland Fellowship 2015-20). Experimentation of a “paper as video” format with Shyam Gadhavi, project’s Kutchi research collaborator: “From Hangami (Temporary) to Permanent Lives: Creating Space for Urban Life Historical Approach in the Aftermath of an Earthquake”
Check it out on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/scrapsofhopeurbanethnographies/videos/453714858597312/
Or YouTube: https://youtu.be/p8-Oozvr0PI
We also organise a quilting session at Development Research Day where we discuss and share experiences of collaborative research praxis. Check out the CFP for details.
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