Transdisciplinarity, me and my anchors

It is the time of the year for our UWAS course 'Film, Work and Labour'. It is a University-wide Art Studies course we run for the second time with two of my colleagues. The approach is interdisciplinary or transdisciplinary or 'post-disciplinary' as the UWAS slogan states. UWAS courses can have a good mix of students … Continue reading Transdisciplinarity, me and my anchors

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

The importance of reading

When I was 8 years old, my primary school substitute teacher hinted that I might have faked my reading diary. For two weeks I marked two books read per week. I assure you I wasn't. There was absolutely no incentive for faking anything since it was a pro reading campaign detached from grades. Simply, I … Continue reading The importance of reading

The invisible side of teaching

My teaching for this autumn kicked off in early September. It was as great and thrilling as I suspected. In fact, I too had a dream the night before the first session. In my dream I was teaching but failing terribly and not being able to stick to my plan. The next day I was … Continue reading The invisible side of teaching