Around the world, artists, designers, curators, activists, and scholars are attempting to reappraise, dissolve, recontextualize, and decolonize colonial archives, collections, and bodies of knowledge. In doing so, they engage in epistemic disobedience whose resistance consists in pointing out alternative ways of dealing with things and developing recalcitrant narratives for the present and the future.

This volume brings together theoretical essays, interviews, and experimental essays that highlight the challenges, goals, and potentials of anti-colonial cultural work.

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A review of the volume by Katharina Greven is at Sehepunkte. Rezensionsjournal für Geschichtswissenschaften published: