Working in service
Accountability, usefulness, and accessibility
in Anti-racist scholar-activism
Abstract only
Log-in for full text

Chapter 2 considers the notion of ‘working in service’ to communities of resistance and to anti-racism. Tracing these ideas through the work of Ambalavaner Sivanandan and Patricia Hill Collins, among others, the chapter argues that ‘in service’ provides an anchoring, or radical reorientation, that can guide anti-racist scholar-activist praxis. Showing that working in service to anti-racism pushes against the dominant logics of the neoliberal-imperial-institutionally-racist university, the chapter considers how the notion of working in service impacts upon questions of accountability, usefulness, and the accessibility and reach of anti-racist scholar-activist work.

Metrics

All Time Past Year Past 30 Days
Abstract Views 127 127 14
Full Text Views 22 22 0
PDF Downloads 28 28 0