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17 European Journal of Politics and Gender • vol 1 • no 1–2 • 17–36 © European Conference on Politics and Gender and Bristol University Press 2018 Print ISSN 2515 1088 • Online ISSN 2515 1096 https://doi.org/10.1332/251510818X15272520831166 RESEARCH Intersectionality and the politics of knowledge production Liza Mügge, L.M.Mugge@uva.nl University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands Celeste Montoya, montoyc@colorado.edu University of Colorado Boulder, USA Akwugo Emejulu, A.Emejulu@warwick.ac.uk University of Warwick, UK S. Laurel Weldon, weldons

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illustrates how the ERC requires authorisation through governing by knowledge production whereby what is known, how it is known, what is worth knowing, and who the knowers are is integral to how structures operate in regard to strategic and tactical public policy design and enactment. Policy is infused with eugenicist populism where the ERC is replete with justifications of exceptionality: Somehow the idea of the 1 per cent of the population being particularly clever has become mixed up with the idea of there always being 1 per cent at the top. It is in the interests of

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67 4 Regulating for ‘care-ful’ knowledge production: researching older people, isolation and loneliness Helen Manchester, Jenny Barke and the Productive Margins Collective Introduction Collaborative, co-produced research is positioned as increasingly essential to the university in delivering public good and in finding answers to the increasingly ‘wicked’ problems that we face as social researchers (Facer and Enright, 2016). Important questions need to be asked concerning how far current regulatory norms and practices around research maximise insights and

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individual and collective trauma intensify the ethical research imperative ‘do no harm’ (see further Hynes and Dottridge, this volume). However, conflict studies researchers often do not necessarily make their own field experiences and dilemmas a primary focal point when writing up their findings. In most cases, the final product overshadows what happened behind the scenes that enabled the creation of said final product. Questions of methodologies, methods, ethics, and politics of knowledge production are usually briefly addressed, suggesting successful and smooth

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PART I Theorizing China’s Rise: Beyond Eurocentric Knowledge Production

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93 7 ‘I’ve never told anybody that before’: the virtual archive and collaborative spaces of knowledge production Tom Jackson The creation of ‘virtual archives’ of community spaces has the potential to engage community members who inhabit (or, through some other form of lived experience, identify with) those spaces as active participants in the collaborative construction of knowledge regarding their cultural, historical and social significance. In the representation of community spaces using ‘immersive’ and ‘embodied’ technologies and the open

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expertise in different sectoral policies. This work seeks to analyze the knowledge production by the councils and other similar instances at the national level. Traditionally, the process of formulating public policy has been highly focused on executive bodies with strong decisionist patterns from the presidency and the governing party. For this reason, the production of public policies in the legislative bodies in our country rests with the committees of the Senate and the Chamber of Deputies. Thus, there was no stable body of congressional advisors to produce

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397 Evidence & Policy • vol 13 • no 3 • 397–400 • © Policy Press 2017 • #EVPOL Print ISSN 1744 2648 • Online ISSN 1744 2656 • https://doi.org/10.1332/174426417X15008911642971 editorial Politics and practices of knowledge production and use David Gough, david.gough@ucl.ac.uk University College London, UK Annette Boaz, a.boaz@sgul.kingston.ac.uk Kingston University and St George’s, University of London, UK To cite this article: Gough, D, Boaz, A (2017) Politics and practices of knowledge production and use, Evidence & Policy, vol 13 no 3, 397–400, DOI: 10

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and restoration ( Little Bear, 2000 ). Clearly, a new sun must be born. And to protect that ‘new sun’, we must adopt moral salience in understanding the contours of the problem of non-dialogue, violence and humiliation that have been ingrained in the knowledge production field, and examine what cases exist that have given birth to something resembling a distant star. It is a task! Governance in a new dispensation Local knowledges, tribal knowledges, civilisational knowledges, dying knowledges all need a site, a theatre of encounter which is not

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Growing interest in the potential of collaborative approaches to knowledge production as innovative solutions to bridging the research-to-practice gap ( Boaz et al, 2018 ; Rycroft Malone et al, 2016 ) has been accompanied by critical considerations, both in this journal (for example Geddes et al, 2018 and Décieux, 2018 ) and wider public management literatures ( Osborne et al, 2016 ; Osborne, 2018 ). Several recent reviews and commentaries (for example, Beresford, 2019 ; Paylor and McKevitt, 2019 ; Greenhalgh et al, 2016 ) and a special issue ( Bovaird

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