Profiles in "Decolonizing Methodologies" Expertise Area

  • Keahey is a development sociologist who studies social justice in food and agriculture, post-authoritarian transitions to sustainability, multi-paradigmatic and participatory methods, and development ethics.
  • Iveta Silova is Professor and Associate Dean of Global Engagement at Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College at ASU. She holds a Ph.D. from Teachers College, Columbia University.
  • Megan Todd, a performance studies scholar and embodied movement practitioner, teaches humanities, creative practice, performance and theory, as well as leadership and project management.
  • Liahnna's research is located within settler colonial studies, critical Indigenous studies, and critical cultural communication.
  • Shamara Wyllie Alhassan's work on Africana women’s radical epistemologies focuses on the ways Rastafari women use livity to create communities of social justice and combat anti-black gendered racism.
  • Jennifer Clifton is a Project Manager with the Rob and Melani Walton Sustainability Solutions Service. Her work takes up the design of collaborative methods for shared inquiry and public deliberation in various ill-defined, transboundary contexts.