New Animation – Epistemic Injustice
We’ve talked a lot about Epistemic Injustice on our website by applying it in contexts of Asylum Seeker Testimonies, Humanitarian Action, and Disability. It’s one of the core concepts of our project, so it’s only fitting that we also cover it in one of our animations.
And that’s exactly what we’ve done! A new animation on Epistemic Injustice is now live. We talk about Epistemic Injustice – Fricker’s concepts of Testimonial and Hermeneutical Injustice in particular – and it apply to Global Health Emergencies. We also have some resources listed below the animation if you want to find out more.
As ever, thank you to Vanessa Randle from thinkingvisually for putting the animation together.