Selvbillede, blik og forestillinger om identitet

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    Resumé

    This paper sets off to discuss and analyse the workings of self image, gaze and imaginaries of identity in contexts of collaborative knowledge production. The discussion will be unfolded in relation to a performance done in the session and a text about a situation at a cultural event realised by GALF (Grupo de Autoconciencia de Lesbianas del Peru) in the mid 80és in Peru.
    The text in the centre of the paper was produced by a Danish feminist activist in a memory-work session realised in Peru in 2009 (Haug 1987, 1990, Davies 2000, 2007, Wiederberg 2011, 1998, Krøjer 2003, Hee Pedersen 2008). It was written to explore a situation where social differences between women were meant not to be of little significance in relation to what happened in the situation described. ‘The text’ is here seen as an opportunity to take turns with and critically deconstruct naturalised processes of interpretation.
    I look at the impact of differences in interests when defining what is understood as relevant knowledge, differences in professional positionings, differences in research relationships. I argue that an exploration of what happens when a text change context can inspire a deconstruction of how we make sense of differences and impulse critical dialogue about how to understand social position, migration, sexual orientation, membership, family and gender, as well as opening alternative tracks for understanding and rediscovering the political dimension of collaborative research.
    Key words: collaborative knowledge production, intersectionality, identity, research as political
    Bidragets oversatte titelSelvbillede, blik og forestillinger om identitet
    OriginalsprogSpansk
    Publikationsdato2012
    Antal sider21
    StatusUdgivet - 2012
    BegivenhedFEMIGRA el Congreso International ‘Feminismo y migración, intervención social y acción política”: International Congress Feminism and Migration. Social Intervention and Political Action - Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona, UAB, Barcelona, Spanien
    Varighed: 9 feb. 201211 feb. 2012
    http://psicologiasocial.uab.es/femigra-2012

    Konference

    KonferenceFEMIGRA el Congreso International ‘Feminismo y migración, intervención social y acción política”
    LokationUniversidad Autónoma de Barcelona, UAB
    LandSpanien
    ByBarcelona
    Periode09/02/201211/02/2012
    Internetadresse

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    Pedersen, C. H. (2012). Autoimagen, mirada, y imaginarios de identidad. Afhandling præsenteret på FEMIGRA el Congreso International ‘Feminismo y migración, intervención social y acción política”, Barcelona, Spanien.
    Pedersen, Chistina Hee. / Autoimagen, mirada, y imaginarios de identidad. Afhandling præsenteret på FEMIGRA el Congreso International ‘Feminismo y migración, intervención social y acción política”, Barcelona, Spanien.21 s.
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    Autoimagen, mirada, y imaginarios de identidad. / Pedersen, Chistina Hee.

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