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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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In the time you spend on social media each year, you could read 200 books via
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Brian Castellani Jan 19
One of the few series focused on in and the .
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SRHE Jan 17
IS THERE (STILL) ROOM FOR EDUCATION IN THE CONTEMPORARY UNIVERSITY? Exploring policy, research and practice through the lens of professional education. Seminar 1/3 'QUESTIONING TRAJECTORIES: POLITICS, POLICIES AND HIGHER EDUCATION' visit
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Michel AlhadeffJones Jan 18
Interesting post from about different types of change in educational organizations and how they relate to the temporalities of activity.
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Filip Vostal Jan 17
Against reductionism: On the complexity of scientific temporality Time & Society - Filip Vostal, Libor Benda, Tereza Virtová, 2018
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Julius Elster Dec 19
My new article in a nutshell: When we give thought to ourselves in relation to our social environment, we always draw on a heap of past . It’s th'fore sociologically bonkers to isolate from previous engagement in the .
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Michel AlhadeffJones Jan 16
« Of one thing I am certain: a good teacher can only have dissident pupils » (Erwin Chargaff)
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Michel AlhadeffJones Jan 16
Second paper I read today on and . This one discusses the role of touching in the process of synchronizing biological rhythms. What is the physiological basis of the healing touch? –
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Michel AlhadeffJones Jan 16
An intro paper from about in using . The idea seems interesting but raises questions about the capacity to articulate fragmented knowledge & elaborate a holistic & complex understanding. via
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Michel AlhadeffJones Jan 16
A very interesting paper that introduces some core assumptions of without naming it. I particularly appreciate the transdisciplinary nature of this text
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Michel AlhadeffJones Jan 15
Interesting paper. The conclusion reinforces my current worries about the increasing challenge to keep up with new research... the volume of scientific publications may double in 12 years, but our days will still have 24 hours...
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Anticipation2017 Jan 15
New blog post! reflects on the Anticipation 2017 conference and what is to come in the future of Anticipation studies -
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EARLI Jan 14
EARLI launches a brand-new research initiative aimed to encourage exploratory, innovative and risk-taking research. Find out more about our Emerging Field Group initiative at . This initiative is supported by !
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Michel AlhadeffJones Jan 15
Une fois qu’on a fait abstraction de l’esthétique un peu datée de ce documentaire, il s’agit d’un témoignage très précieux qui démontre la dimension innovante et critique de ce courant de recherche et de pratique en des adultes.
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HBreton Jan 14
La newsletter 67 de l'ASIHIVIF est parue. Une spéciale autour de la collection "Histoire de vie et formation", dirigée par G. Pineau :
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Michel AlhadeffJones Jan 13
« Il faut choisir : se reposer ou être libre. » Thucydide (cité par Castoriadis)
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PESGB Jan 9
Join the debate on the Philosophy of Vocational Education at
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SCUTREA Jan 12
SCUTREA18 abstracts are due by 5pm on January19th .
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Michel AlhadeffJones Jan 12
Replying to @efa_cdeacf @Iresmo
3/ pour une approche comparative et critique des théories critiques en éducation (francophones et anglophones), voir aussi:
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Michel AlhadeffJones Jan 12
Replying to @efa_cdeacf @Iresmo
2/ la thèse est disponible a la commande via l’Atelier National de Reproduction des Thèses (uni de Lille). Autre référence digne d’intérêt: le numéro spécial de la revue Pratiques de Formation/Analyse (2002) « De la critique en éducation » Merci pour votre veille epistémique!
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