Browsing through books: ‘Another science is possible: A manifesto for slow science’ by Isabelle Stengers

Isabelle Stengers' Another science is possible: A manifesto for slow science is an important book for anyone doing research or dealing with research. It identifies problems in science and research today and suggest ways to overcome these. Although I'm not a natural scientist, I found this book useful and resonating. In fact, using examples from … Continue reading Browsing through books: ‘Another science is possible: A manifesto for slow science’ by Isabelle Stengers

DIY video editing during the postdoc project

As you might know, I'm working on a sensory ethnography during 2017-2020 funded by Nessling Foundation and Kone Foundation. The focus is on post-growth work and I use video among other things. And let me tell you, using video requires learning a whole new set of skills. Despite some well meaning advice, I have insisted … Continue reading DIY video editing during the postdoc project

My writing routine is #BetterThanBefore

I recently finished listening to Gretceh Rubin's book Better than before: Mastering the Habits of Our Everyday Lives. It was great because I understood my own habits much better after the book. Refreshing! Rubin uses many fun categories for readers (listneres) to reflect their own ways of organising their lives. I wasn't reading it for … Continue reading My writing routine is #BetterThanBefore

What to do after finishing a PhD? Where to hop next?

Finishing a PhD is something I dreamed about for (too) many years. And now that time is here for me. In 18 days I will be up there giving a public lectio based on my doctoral dissertation and then defend it (publicly) for up to 5 hours. Usually all of this takes approximantely two hours. … Continue reading What to do after finishing a PhD? Where to hop next?