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Michel AlhadeffJones
Professor in Adult Learning & Leadership, Columbia Univ; Psychosociologist & Rhythmanalyst at the Temporalities, Rhythms & Complexity Lab, Sunkhronos Institute
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Michel AlhadeffJones 19h
«Day and night he wrote visas. He issued as many visas in a day as would normally be issued in a month. » The Japanese Man Who Saved 6,000 Jews With His Handwriting via
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Michel AlhadeffJones Oct 14
About the relative of expertise... and how it gets challenged by social media...
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Michel AlhadeffJones Oct 13
YouTube Travel as a resource for ? «It’s a peculiar gift: to spend 12 minutes in the grainy glow of another era, watching an unheralded moment as it recedes further into the past.» via
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Michel AlhadeffJones Oct 12
It’s not very often these days that I read a paper that makes me feel good... this is one of those. Why Following Your Passions Is Good for You (and How to Get Started) via
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Michel AlhadeffJones Oct 12
«La flexibilisation du temps de travail se fait au détriment des employés» le rapport de Travail.Suisse l’organisation faîtière indépendante des travailleurs analyse l’évolution des conditions de travail (2015-2018) et les enjeux de flexibilisation
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Michel AlhadeffJones Oct 11
is such a non linear process!Even if past experience helps,it’s a constant struggle.I’ve been struggling for 3 weeks writing a paper on & now I finally broke through,reorganizing all the sections into a more articulated text. Not done yet,but I see the 🌅
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Michel AlhadeffJones Oct 9
Christian Marclay’s The Clock at the Tate Modern via One of my favorite pieces of contemporary art. Saw it in 2012 in NYC & may be tempted to see it again in London soon... ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Michel AlhadeffJones Oct 5
Thx to for drawing my attention on this special issue; I did not read it yet, but it looks stimulating.
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Michel AlhadeffJones Oct 5
Pour celles et ceux intéressées par la recherche sur les et les de l' et de la , deux de mes récentes sont désormais accessibles en ligne: Alhadeff-Jones, M. & C. Gremion (2…
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Michel AlhadeffJones Oct 5
Mon chapitre "Concevoir les rythmes de la formation: entre fluidité, répétition et discontinuité" est désormais accessible en ligne: via
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Dr Michelle Bastian Oct 4
CFP Phenomenology of time and space
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Michel AlhadeffJones Oct 1
Sad news (among others): Charles Aznavour left us. He once said: « There are some people who grow old and others who just add years. I have added years, but I am not yet old. » via
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Michel AlhadeffJones Sep 30
Very inspiring 3’ video of Brian Eno on creativity, collective intelligence and universal basic income.
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Alan Bainbridge Sep 24
ESREA – Life History and Biography Network Conference 2019: ‘Artful language and narratives of adult learning’ First Call.
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Michel AlhadeffJones Sep 25
As I’m writing a paper in French on , my automatic spelling check keeps replacing « dialogique » (dialogic) with « diabolique »(diabolical)... I don’t like the assumption my computer is trying to impose on me!
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Michel AlhadeffJones Sep 22
« 37% of people say they are doing nothing all day... » the anthropologist David Graeber on bullshit jobs... an interview for
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Michel AlhadeffJones Sep 19
I have to keep that list somewhere. May be useful in a few years from now.
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Michel AlhadeffJones Sep 18
I regret I wasn’t able to participate to our meeting this time 😟 I hope you had a productive and pleasant time.
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Michel AlhadeffJones Sep 18
« Les sociétés anciennes étaient rythmologiques, saisonnières, scandées par un calendrier liturgique. Aujourd’hui, on est passé dans une société arythmique, où tout se joue dans l’instant. » Paul
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Le Monde diplomatique Sep 18
L'urbaniste et philosophe Paul Virilio est mort. Tous ses articles sont en accès libre ☞ 
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