New podcast on race, bordering and disobedient knowledge

In six episodes the podcast series Race, bordering and disobedient knowledge introduces research on racism, border politics and knowledge created in activism and everyday struggles.

How do feminist actors incorporate antiracism in their activities? How to collect data about discrimination in an ethical way? What is it like to design a mobile app on antiracism working with students?

These questions and many more are being answered in six podcast episodes by researchers in the project “Intersectional Border Struggles and Disobedient Knowledge in Activism” at the Swedish School of Social Science, University of Helsinki. The researchers discuss their research about social movements, encounters with authorities and antiracism education.

The podcast is created by professor Suvi Keskinen, postdoctoral researchers Minna Seikkula and Aminkeng Atabong Alemanji and doctoral researchers Amiirah Salleh-Hoddin and Nelli Ruotsalainen.


Read more about the project on the project website

News article: By questioning norms, we can create ‘disobedient knowledge’ that helps to understand the world in new ways