A performance installation exploring the role of the international researcher in communicating information about the Rwandan genocide to non-Rwandan audiences that relates the shift of the researcher from passive observer to participating investigator in Rwandan memorial sites. Continue reading →
I first became aware of the tension that exists between the written and the oral form; between presentations or pubic speaking and oral communication, while attending a conference at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia.
I sat in the audience waiting with an intellectual eagerness. Here I was, one year into my post graduate research degree and about to hear from one of philosophy’s great thinkers; a Harvard University graduate, a doctoral student in the field of analytical philosophy and logic. A complex topic in any language. Continue reading →