Ericka Engelstad and Siri Gerrard
From Science Critique to New Knowledge Practices
Towards a New Way of Constructing Knowledge
To Look From a Fell: Where do I Come From?
Bjørn Arntsen and Lisbet Holtedahl
The Role of the Audience/Reader in Knowledge Production
Living with Camera in between Barn and Kitchen
Phenomenological Perspectives on the Making of the Ethnographic Film "At Home in the World"
A Policy-Planning Option for Ghana
Situated Knowledges and Varying Standpoints about Language, "Mother Tongues," and Power in Africa
Museums, Gender and Knowledge
Handicraft, Society, and the Challenges of Knowledge Production
A Case Study of Mindif Town, Northern Cameroon
The Spatial Politics of Situatedness
Feminist and Postcolonial Perspectives
Thinking in the Ting
Violence, Discourse and Truth in Early-Modern Norway
Maïrama Haman Bello
Fulani Women of North Cameroon
Learning and Knowledge Production
How my Texts are Situated in Time and May Change the Future
Situating Knowledge-Liberating or Oppressive?
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