I should be (w)Riting…just wanted to share a screen shot of an illustration of a #ThreeSistersMethodology that I have begun to articulate 🌽#RelationalAccountability #Conocimiento #DecolonizingAnthropology #BorderFeministThought #MitakuyeOyasin

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#Copal, an elemental cosmic equation that no damn Western Scientific theory can ever explain…Count down to qualifying exam only days away and in the midst of this organized chaos, Copal is the one theory I know best 🌀 #DecolonizingAnthropology #AllMyRelations

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latinarebels:

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"…womb writing, which neither separates the body from the mind nor sets the latter against the heart…but allows each part of the body to become infused with consciousness"
Trinh T. Minh-Ha in Write Your Body and The Body in Theory
altagracialvarado:

Pachamama
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doctoral qualifying exam grind 🎓#DecolonizingAnthropology #CommunityAccountability #ResearchIsCeremony

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"…it was Chicano and Chicana critics…who turned around the anthropological mirror, questioning the way they had been represented by outsiders and offering their own, more complex and more lacerating representations, which made salient the question of who had the authority to speak for whom."
Ruth Behar in The Vulnerable Observer

#(W)Riting Desk Medicine

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Medicine by Rachel Chapman rrc4chimoio1
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"…the ultimate achievement in thinking is to be moved to think, to be thought…sometimes called inspiration, insight, genius, creativity…essentially it is a form of unconscious cerebration, a movement of the body. We are moved into thinking."
Towards An Anthropology of the Body, John Blacking
"A lack of belief in my creative self is a lack of belief in my total self"
Gloria AnzaldĂşa, Borderlands

aabita-giizhig:

yup!!!! literally, this has been my every day the last 4 months. learnin’ a lot about how activist cultures can simultaneously tokenize and be shitty allies to indigenous organizers. however, i’ve definitely found some stellar allies through this process as well.

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check-the-claws:

More art by Melanie Cervantes.

Source: here

Also, TRUTH.

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Human Organs Formed with Wild Plant Arrangements by Camila Carlow

UK-based, Guatemalan-born artist Camila Carlow was not deterred by the complexity of the human body when she was developing her series Eye Heart Spleen. For the project, she transformed a handful of normally grotesque, bloody organs into an array of greenery and beautiful blossoms.
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Human Organs Formed with Wild Plant Arrangements by Camila Carlow

UK-based, Guatemalan-born artist Camila Carlow was not deterred by the complexity of the human body when she was developing her series Eye Heart Spleen. For the project, she transformed a handful of normally grotesque, bloody organs into an array of greenery and beautiful blossoms.
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Human Organs Formed with Wild Plant Arrangements by Camila Carlow

UK-based, Guatemalan-born artist Camila Carlow was not deterred by the complexity of the human body when she was developing her series Eye Heart Spleen. For the project, she transformed a handful of normally grotesque, bloody organs into an array of greenery and beautiful blossoms.
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f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Human Organs Formed with Wild Plant Arrangements by Camila Carlow

UK-based, Guatemalan-born artist Camila Carlow was not deterred by the complexity of the human body when she was developing her series Eye Heart Spleen. For the project, she transformed a handful of normally grotesque, bloody organs into an array of greenery and beautiful blossoms.
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f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Human Organs Formed with Wild Plant Arrangements by Camila Carlow

UK-based, Guatemalan-born artist Camila Carlow was not deterred by the complexity of the human body when she was developing her series Eye Heart Spleen. For the project, she transformed a handful of normally grotesque, bloody organs into an array of greenery and beautiful blossoms.
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f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Human Organs Formed with Wild Plant Arrangements by Camila Carlow

UK-based, Guatemalan-born artist Camila Carlow was not deterred by the complexity of the human body when she was developing her series Eye Heart Spleen. For the project, she transformed a handful of normally grotesque, bloody organs into an array of greenery and beautiful blossoms.
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f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Human Organs Formed with Wild Plant Arrangements by Camila Carlow

UK-based, Guatemalan-born artist Camila Carlow was not deterred by the complexity of the human body when she was developing her series Eye Heart Spleen. For the project, she transformed a handful of normally grotesque, bloody organs into an array of greenery and beautiful blossoms.
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f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Human Organs Formed with Wild Plant Arrangements by Camila Carlow

UK-based, Guatemalan-born artist Camila Carlow was not deterred by the complexity of the human body when she was developing her series Eye Heart Spleen. For the project, she transformed a handful of normally grotesque, bloody organs into an array of greenery and beautiful blossoms.
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f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Human Organs Formed with Wild Plant Arrangements by Camila Carlow

UK-based, Guatemalan-born artist Camila Carlow was not deterred by the complexity of the human body when she was developing her series Eye Heart Spleen. For the project, she transformed a handful of normally grotesque, bloody organs into an array of greenery and beautiful blossoms.
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f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Human Organs Formed with Wild Plant Arrangements by Camila Carlow

UK-based, Guatemalan-born artist Camila Carlow was not deterred by the complexity of the human body when she was developing her series Eye Heart Spleen. For the project, she transformed a handful of normally grotesque, bloody organs into an array of greenery and beautiful blossoms.
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Human Organs Formed with Wild Plant Arrangements by Camila Carlow

UK-based, Guatemalan-born artist Camila Carlow was not deterred by the complexity of the human body when she was developing her series Eye Heart Spleen. For the project, she transformed a handful of normally grotesque, bloody organs into an array of greenery and beautiful blossoms.

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melaniecervantes:

Because sometimes I have to add my own flavor to popular trends. #helvetica& #decolonize #indigenize #resist #exist

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