10 question of inquiry - take #2
keywords that are relevant - neocolonialism, academia, agency, diasporic experiences, storytelling, relational- based, care, safety, language.
side note - a lot of these questions mention students and community, I don't want to take on any role like I'm saving something or that my work is going to make a social-political change within others, some of the inquiries might come across that way, I just haven't figured out how to position it yet.
How might investigating into writing practices as a material activate voices that fall short, due to the neocolonial systems of academia.
How might social practices of exchanging knowledge work as a mechanism of employing safety for student s work explore cultural identity?
What are the ways in which exploring diasporic experiences contribute to grounding and empowering students when navigating through education?
How does the significance of comprehending decolonial frameworks motivate and care for students from socially marginalised backgrounds?
How and why does engaging in experimental photographic practices activate discussions of agency within self- identity and they spaces we reside in?
How does learning non-dominant languages within ones cultural history begin to reconnect with local marginalised communities and creates agency outside those communities.
How might engaging in social practices of clay making and photography act to engage with local communities and and open up entry ways into discourses of equity in academia?
How might engaging in dark humoristic practices work to create reconciliation and closure for those who have been subjected to conditioning and assimilating to spaces that choose to see them invisible?
How can re-sculpting the colonial processes of clay and photography contribute to decolonial discourses of diasporic experiences, and how do those experiences hold equitable space in academia?
How can the social-practices of clay and photography contribute to decolonial discourses of diasporic experiences, and how do those experiences hold equitable space in academia?