„Neuro SCIENCE – What’s race got to do with it? How societal values contaminate Neuroscience research, theory and practice"
with Dr. Emily Ngubia Kessé (University of Freiburg)
part of the Lecture Series "Gender and Neuroscience":

Neuroscience theory, research and practice (like any other natural science) is essentially tangled up in social power structures and discourses that it has -for as long as its existence- been unaware of, or unwilling to acknowledge. Where does this “contamination” take place, and is inevitable? How can it be operationalized to productively to enrich the way in which neuroscience research is conducted, the way the brain is theorized and in fact even the paradigms and methods used in collecting and analyzing the data? In this talk I would like us to think about the necessity of implementing the concept of intersectionality (that is, how we can take social values into consideration) and weave them into neuroscience research and theorizing.

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