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Myesha
Jan 23, 2023
In Seminar Discussions
In Joe Gone's talk, one of the eight persistent misgivings he identifies about Indigenous research methods (IRMs) is that inquiry can be insulated from skeptical interrogation. Joe acknowledges one of the consequences of this insulation is that it marginalises Native studies within the academy. I'm curious to hear others' perspectives on what skeptical interrogation of IRM should/can/already does look like.
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Myesha
Jan 23, 2023
In Community Introductions
Hey y'all! I'm Myesha, one of the co-orginisers for the Indigenous Methodologies Reading Group. I identify as a Black Native. My father's family is Haliwa-Saponi and Nansemond, and I grew up on Chesapeake and Nansemond ancestral land before leaving for university. At Cambridge, I'm a second-year PhD student in the Department of History and Philosophy of Science and the Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence. I'm incredibly excited to be reading, learning, and discussing alongside you all. I've been meditating on hosting this group for a year, and I'm excited it's finally come to fruition. Looking forward to meeting you! Myesha
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