Author profile: Taylor Borowetz

Taylor Borowetz is a doctoral researcher and GTA in the Department of Politics and International Studies at SOAS. She’s animated by the possibility of revolutionary theorizing to contribute to the way we imagine liberation and collective futures, and she’s interested in postcolonialism, concept analysis, critical theory, and poststructuralist philosophy, broadly defined. She applies concept and discourse analysis methodologies to the concept of liberation, specifically analysing the way that liberation is transformed and mobilized through moments of anticolonial struggle.

Positionality in IR: Concepts, History, and the Haitian Revolution

Taylor Borowetz • Jun 7 2021 • Articles

We irrevocably mark, and are irrevocably marked by, the knowledge we produce. A deep understanding of positionality nterrogates the histories within which those utterances are salient.

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