Anita Chan interview in Data & Society

#unsettle: The Periphery is Everywhere: Anthropologist Anita Say Chan, interviewed by Data & Society Events Producer Rigoberto Lara Guzmán & Communications Associate Natalie Kerby.

“The classroom, really, is a space that takes up a lot of commitments. It’s a space of sociality, a space of cultivation, a space of making new, a new generation, particularly in interdisciplinary fields. In critical data practice there is a special imperative for what it means to use the classroom space to regenerate a new version of feminist decolonial, anti-racist, anti-classist, data practitioners because they’re not getting it in so many of the other disciplinary spaces that are authorizing them to become data scientists.”

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