Embodiment, place, and language – Intersecting Considerations for Inclusion

Who we are, where we are and what we say all intersect to impact on how inclusive or, indeed, how exclusionary an organisation, or any other setting is. This may seem like something of an obvious statement, but the realities are somewhat more complex and nuanced. For organisations wanting to be more inclusive, and for … Continue reading Embodiment, place, and language – Intersecting Considerations for Inclusion

The Making of Privileged Identities

(This work is drawn from my Doctoral research and is heavily informed by the scholarship of Michael Foucault (1972, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1982) and Judith Butler (1988, 1990, 1993, 1997) In a previous post, I talked about why we need to talk about Privilege, about the reality that society is set up to benefit certain … Continue reading The Making of Privileged Identities