Recalling Scent of Memory and FR 100


‘Knowledge is not so much about the assemblage of existing knowledge as it is about recognising our constitution as ‘ourselves’ within the fragments that we process as knowledge; ‘hailing’ and being ‘hailed’ within the discourses that produce and the narratives we spin: directing our socially, culutrally, psychically and spiritually marked focus of attention upon that which we appropriate as ‘data’ or ‘evidence’.’

Avtar Brah, ‘The Scent of Memory’ 61 Feminist Review (1999)

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