This essay is an alternative form of the same content that collapses three chapter materials from Angela Okune's dissertation under a shared set of questions querying the pursuit of decolonial knowledge in Nairobi by various research actors.
The chapters are structured around a shared set of analytic questions that provide a comparative frame for investigating the motivations for and tactics through which research formations in Nairobi are pursuing decolonial knowledge. These questions can also be leveraged to provide another way to engage with the text.
Find links to the three dissertation chapters below and the full dissertation here.
Re-membering Kenya: Building Library Infrastructure as Decolonial Practice | Considering Context: Producing Ethical Business Research “On the Ground” | Sociotechnical Scaffolding for a Third Space: The Research Data KE Working Group