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Contemporary Research Must Stop Relying on Racial Inequalities

Published on 30 January 2020

With international collaboration common to international research, race frequently structures the professional hierarchies of projects. But are there problems with researchers believing they are ‘doing things differently’? Transformative attempts to decolonise the research environment must seek transparent, collective action to rid its colonial relics.

This post is part of the series Rethinking Ethics and Identity in fieldwork.

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Marchais, G. (2020) Contemporary Research Must Stop Relying on Racial Inequalities, Rethinking Ethics and Identity in Fieldwork, 30 January, https://blogs.lse.ac.uk/africaatlse/2020/01/30/research-must-stop-racial-inequalities-colonialism/

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Gauthier Marchais

Research Fellow

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Marchais, Gauthier
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Inequalities and Poverty

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