These words of Spivak’s: “It is the questions that we ask that produce the field of inquiry and not some body of materials which determines what questions need to be posed to it.”

While it has been the case previously that a particular work compels me to think more about its properties and to create programs that engage in discussion with it, it is not necessary to proceed in this manner. Here, to begin, I am working with a set of questions that hope to interrogate the politics of knowledge–why certain stories are preserved as history and others not–and how the traces that are left are employed in formulating the questions that will come next.


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