Science as an Orientalizing Field

Science is a Western form of knowledge production and can be divided into three forms: 1) science as a set of methods for investigating the world we inhabit, 2) the pool of knowledge containing the data and conclusions drawn by science, and 3) a social institution through which empirical studies of the world are carried…

Science as a Structure of Violence

The study of human diversity and subsequent racialisation of people has been examined and critiqued but has escaped interrogation as an institution by which structural violence is enacted. Works such as Is Science Racist? (2017) by Jonathan Marks have evaluated science as a means of reproducing culturally held racist beliefs and justifying subordination through cultural…

A New Blog

Welcome to my new blog! Why did I make it, you ask?- Well, I spend a lot of time doing anthropology, reading, thinking about politics and philosophy, and I think I have interesting things to say about it. Should you care?- That’s up to you! What can you expect?- Book and movie reviews, insights, essays, and…