Methodologies for Collaborative, Respectful and Caring Research: Conversations with Professional Indigenous Women from Mexico

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Abstract

This chapter presents the methodological process built during my doctoral research about the expectations on graduate education and the consequent professional and community journeys of a group of indigenous women from Mexico. In this text, are explored the encounters with two women with masters degrees—a Zapotec from Oaxaca and a Maya from Yucatan—as an exercise to reflect on how to generate knowledge that considers multiple standpoints, that is collaborative, anti-oppressive, caring and follows a constant self-reflectivity. The text is also an exercise for a narrative that shows and shapes a methodological path throug time, exposing temporalities and contexts that are not fixed yet connected.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationFeminist Methodologies Experiments, Collaborations and Reflections
EditorsWendy Harcourt
Chapter7
Pages139
Number of pages161
Edition1
ISBN (Electronic)978-3-030-82654-3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 3 Feb 2022

Publication series

SeriesGender, Development and Social Change

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