Angela Okune, doctoral candidate in the Anthropology Department at the University of California, Irvine writes, “To radically reshape the way scholarship and scholarly knowledge is produced and communicated requires questioning who makes the decisions about it and why. Focusing our attention on the sociotechnical knowledge infrastructures can help spark these important conversations …. From that vision we can help pluralise forms of knowledge and bring its stewardship and care closer to the communities it most concerns.”

For the full story, please visit https://blogs.lse.ac.uk/africaatlse/2019/05/29/decolonizing-scholarly-data-and-publishing-infrastructures/.

 

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