1. Epistemic Injustice in Academic Global Health.Himani Bhakuni & Seye Abimbola - 2021 - Lancet Global Health 9 (10):Pages e1465-e1470 Journal home p.
    This Viewpoint calls attention to the pervasive wrongs related to knowledge production, use, and circulation in global health, many of which are taken for granted. We argue that common practices in academic global health (eg, authorship practices, research partnerships, academic writing, editorial practices, sensemaking practices, and the choice of audience or research framing, questions, and methods) are peppered with epistemic wrongs that lead to or exacerbate epistemic injustice. We describe two forms of epistemic wrongs, credibility deficit and interpretive marginalisation, which (...)
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    Knowledge from the global South is in the global South.Seye Abimbola - 2023 - Journal of Medical Ethics 49 (5):337-338.
    In social systems or spaces, distance between the centre and the periphery breeds epistemic injustice. There are growing accounts of epistemic injustice in health-related fields, as in the article by Pratt and de Vries.1 The title of the article asks: ‘Where is knowledge from the global South?’ Like me, you may answer by saying: ‘Knowledge from the global South is in the global South’. That answer says a lot about how we right epistemic injustice done to actors in the global (...)
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    Injustice in Bioethics Research Funding: Going Further Upstream.Himani Bhakuni, Rieke van der Graaf & Seye Abimbola - 2022 - American Journal of Bioethics 22 (1):33-35.
    Fabi and Goldberg have helpfully shed some light on the wrongs perpetuated by the current funding architecture on research, sponsorship, and career development in the field of bioethics. The...
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