In June of 2017 some 350 people gathered at the Convention Center in Cartagena, Colombia, for a social experiment on Knowledge Democracy. The daylong event – The 1st Global Assembly for Knowledge Democracy – was organized by the Action Research Network of the Americas in partnership with the global Pedagogy, Education, and Praxis Network based . . .
In preparing to write this essay I reread the article that appeared in Educational Action Research by Janel Seeley, Mary McAteer, César Osorio Sánchez, and Yuliana Kenfield, (2019) that examined the impact of the Global Assembly for Knowledge Democracy. In it, they note that there was a miscommunication in the advertising for the Assembly, which resulted in . . .
Practicing Ongoing and Im-Perfect Ecology of Knowledges: Reflections from the First Knowledge Democracy Assembly
As a scholar interested in decolonial and participatory research, I attended the 2017 ARNA conference not only with the hope of listening to ground-breaking research agendas but with the aspiration to start a different line of conversations with other . . .