“Cripistemologies of Crisis: Emergent Knowledges for the Present”

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In this article, Theodora Danylevich and Alyson Patsavas introduce the essays in “Cripistemologies of Crisis: Emergent Knowledges for the Present”, the Spring 2021 issue of the Lateral Journal. The essays they introduce consider the critical insights that theorizing experiences of disability, instability, and trauma offer to complicate understandings of the pace and politics of “crisis.”. Thus, they reframe our understandings of both social and personal crisis, and explore how crisis and emergency shape the experiences and knowledges of our bodyminds in time and space.

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