Authenticity, legitimacy, and the radical politics of ceviche

Presenter: Nino Bariola, University of Texas at Austin Abstract: Creative and artistic producers from racialized social groups are often evaluated through differentiated and exclusionary logics and they must deal with critics’ and consumers’ expectations about how they represent a general or specific ethnic category. While some studies have depicted how creative producers conform to authenticity … Continue reading Authenticity, legitimacy, and the radical politics of ceviche

Collaboration or exploitation? An introduction to the ethics.

Organised by the Ethics of Research with Children and Young People’s research cluster, part of Research Methods@SHU. The cluster is for researchers of all levels, from post-graduate to professor who have an interest in conducting research with children and young people. These seminars are intended to support researchers understand the fundamental principles of conducting research … Continue reading Collaboration or exploitation? An introduction to the ethics.