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Tools for Radical Study: A Collection of Manuals

edited by KUNCI Study Forum & Collective

"For Tools for Radical Study: A Collection of Manuals, KUNCI have invited education practitioners from diverse learning spaces to share their tools, which have been developed through collective learning practices. At least for those who reside amid the proliferation of collective practices in the Global South, talking about and sharing tools means talking about and performing the redistribution of power – a power that is most likely derived through the process of knowledge accumulation. Talking about tools also means talking about things one finds in places like public kitchens, village meeting halls, slaughterhouses, and residential gardens – places where theory and its methods are rarely found, whether on the ground or in quotidian conversation.

Building on their educational initiative the School of Improper Education, KUNCI uses cross-referencing as a framework to provide a grounded understanding of local study contexts while also engaging in the mobility and connection of people, ideas, tools, and institutions that, in turn, multiply the frame of references in each implicated study practice. Inhabiting the space of sharing and collectivity, this multiplication creates a commons-based production of knowledge rather than a centralized accumulation of intellectual property. All contributors to this publication offer alternative forms of studying that are fundamentally practiced as a mode of sharing and nurturing alternative publics or counterpublics."

Contributors include Al Maeishah, Fawaz, Feminist Search Tools, Sanchayan Ghosh, Moelyono, S. Soedjojono and Sindhusiswara, Sima Ting Kuan Wu, and Chen Yun.

KUNCI Study Forum & Collective experiments with methods of producing and sharing knowledge through acts of studying together at the intersections between affective, manual, and intellectual labor. Since its founding in 1999 in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, KUNCI has been continuously transforming its structure, ways, and medium of working."

 Managing Editor  Sarrita Hunn
 Copy Editor  Bonnie Begusch
 Design & Illustration  Celcea Tifani, Tasia Loekito
 Printing  books factory
 Published by MARCH, March 2024
 ISBN: 978-0-9980774-3-7
 157+[16] pages
 Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-Share-Alike 3.0 Unported License
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