Dina Lupin

Dina Lupin is a legal theorist working in feminist, queer, and decolonial philosophy. In her current research, she examines the ways in which Indigenous communities are subjected to practices of silencing and epistemic injustice in consultation processes, and in the ways in which these communities resist and subvert oppressive practices. Dina is a researcher in the Philosophy Department at the University of Vienna and she is the Director of the Global Network for Human Rights and the Environment (gnhre.org).

Recent Posts

May 3, 2022 in Gender, Politics, Race

Decolonizing Science Means Taking Indigenous Knowledge Seriously

In their article, Decoloniality and Anti-oppressive Practices for a More Ethical Ecology, Trisos, Auerbach, and Katti highlight the ways in which epistemic exclusions have shaped ecological research, defining what counts…
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