Negotiations of engaged scholarship and equity through a global network of refugee scholars
Research partnerships are the foundation of successful engaged scholarship, which typically united partners across disciplines, institutions, sectors, and countries. While rewarding and generative, these partnerships can also be challenging due to differences in expectations, power and culture, and difficulties in trust and communication. This article reports on interviews with members of an international refugee research network about participating in global partnerships. Responses are interpreted in light of community-university partnerships and South-North partnerships and suggest that both face many similar challenges arising out of structures and norms that privilege Northern, theory-based scholarship, institutions, and outcomes. Moreover, global partnerships can benefit from strategies developed in the area of community-university partnerships to facilitate trust, communication, and shared ownership of international research projects.
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Collaborative research , Refugee research , Engaged scholarship , Partnership , Network
Hynie, M., McGrath, S., Young, J. E. E., & Banerjee, P. (2014). Negotiations of engaged scholarship and equity through a global network of refugee scholars. Scholarly and Research Communication, 5(3). https://doi.org/10.22230/src.2014v5n3a164