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A question mark amongst a sea of rocks and pebbles.

Decolonising Research Questions

A question mark amongst a sea of rocks and pebbles.

Episode Description

In this episode of Talking about Methods, Professor Linda Mulcahy talks to Professor Sarah Radcliffe (Department of Geography, University of Cambridge) about decolonising research questions.

Readings Recommended by Professor Sarah Radcliffe

Anthias, P. (2018), Limits to Decolonization: Indigeneity, territory and hydrocarbon politics in the Bolivian Chaco (Cornell University Press).

Tuhiwai Smith, L. (2021), Decolonizing Methodologies: research and Indigenous peoples (Zed Books).

Radcliffe, S. A. (2022), Decolonizing geographical research practice in Decolonizing Geography: An Introduction (Polity Press/Wiley & Sons).

Sieder, R., ed. (2017), Demanding Justice and Security: Indigenous woman and legal pluralities in Latin America (Rutgers University Press).

Radcliffe, S. A. (2015), Dilemmas of Difference: Indigenous woman and the limits of postcolonial development policy (Duke University Press).

About the Speaker

Professor Sarah Radcliffe

Department of Geography, University of Cambridge

Sarah Radcliffe FBA is professor of Latin American geography, University of Cambridge, and Fellow of Christ's College, Cambridge. Over several decades, she has undertaken collaborative work with civil society organisations and grassroots communities through the Andes, particularly in Ecuador, Peru and Chile. Focusing on intellectual and political responses to the exclusionary processes of citizenship and development, her research is grounded in a commitment to listen to voices that have been marginalized in governance and public debates. Currently, she is undertaking research in Ecuador and Peru on Indigenous citizenship.

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