“Research Explorations” documents my journey as a PhD student of Anthropology as I move between the “field” and “home” (which for me is less geographically-based than relational/pragmatic).

This space will largely focus on reflections/outputs/inputs/insights as I study data governance and cultures of data sharing by research groups working in and on Kenya in order to explore broader questions of equity and knowledge production in Africa.

As part of the process, I will necessarily be reflecting on global identity politics and contradictions inherent in research while attempting to also move beyond critique to explore more inclusive processes of knowledge production and infrastructures.