Who is seen as credible? Whose experiences can best be understood
through using widely available language and ideas? Who has space in
which they can make sense of their experiences? Who has opportunities
to contribute to the shared pool of knowledge?
In this workshop, led by zine researcher Tamsin Walker, we will draw
on Miranda Fricker’s ideas of epistemic injustice to reflect on what
zines (can) do and how they (can) do this.
We will think about how much credibility you and others attribute to
the zines you read, if the knowledge you share as a zinester is valued
and trusted by readers, whether you gain understanding through reading
zines, and whether you create and share knowledge in, through, or
We aim to create a collaborative zine during the session capturing our
ideas, which will be distributed afterwards.
Tamsin is a zinester from Yorkshire. She is currently doing a zine
related PhD funded by Wellcome.
This event will include: group discussions, hands-on activities,
and sharing work that has been created in the workshop.
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Part of Glasgow Zine Fest 2022