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J. Aleida Ariza

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“We treat our location (in all its relevant senses: geographical, social,
geopolitical) as the ground on which to begin our thinking. Local knowledge
is not a product constituted by the beliefs and practices of the past. Local
knowledge is a process—a process of negotiating dominant discourses and
engaging in an ongoing construction of relevant knowledge in the context of
our history and social practice.”1

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