Awry2, ongoing

In June 2021, Dr Teah Carlson, Dr Ali Lara and I launched Awry2 (“Awry squared”) – an online space for experimenting with form as a commitment to decolonising Psychology.

Awry2 is embedded within Awry: The International Journal of Critical Psychology – an open access, peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the idea of a free and open exchange of scholarship from a range of disciplines, perspectives and methodologies.

Awry2 is where Awry goes awry. As co-curators, we hope for it to be somewhere where the decolonial possibilities of experimenting with form are both given some breathing space and put to the test.

You can get more of a sense of what we are committed to in our inaugural issue, where we also each published our own painted (Teah), poetic (Ali) and performative (me) pieces.

Please reach out if you’re interested in joining us for future issues – either as a submitter, reviewer or guest curator – we’re excited to grow the Awry2 whānau!