Militant research

Testi — December 10, 2011

Militant research is a concept-tool that works on the premise that all interpretation of the world is linked to some kind of action. Related to practices of co-research and institutional analysis, militant research proposes that all new knowledge production affects and modifies the bodies and subjectivities of those who have participated. Rather than use research as a tool to categorise and separate knowledge from practice, militant research operates transversally, becoming part of the process that organises relationships between bodies, knowledge, social practices and fields of action.

Due testi di Marta Malo de Molina che tracciano la storia della ricerca militante:
http://eipcp.net/transversal/0406/malo/en/base_edit#redir
http://eipcp.net/transversal/0707/malo/en/base_edit

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