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Amni leads an interview on the conceptual distinction between scholarship and activism, the ideal form of relationship between scholars and activists, disciplinary and institutional constrains affecting this interaction, and the existing collaborative relationship between scholars and activists in each respective country. Although the interview includes scholars from various cultural and linguistic backgrounds, it must acknowledge some of its serious shortcomings such as the lack of female participants and also persons of color.
Conversations with Activist Scholars
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