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Archeology of Knowledge: An Interview with Heidi Grunebaum on Identities and Citizenship

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An interview with Heidi Grunebaum a scholar, activist, and poet, on her views on identity and citizenship in a global world that is increasingly reproducing systems of violence that it was assumed belonged to humanity’s past. Researching the answer of why that is, Grunebaum shares the lessons learned from her personal identity and work moving between Germany, South Africa, and Palestine-Israel.

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SID. Archeology of Knowledge: An Interview with Heidi Grunebaum on Identities and Citizenship. Development 63, 100–105 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1057/s41301-020-00250-4

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Keywords

  • Identity politics
  • Fascism
  • Structural violence
  • Knowledge
  • Genocide