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Michel AlhadeffJones
Professor in Adult Learning & Leadership, Columbia Univ; Psychosociologist & Rhythmanalyst at the Temporalities, Rhythms & Complexity Lab, Institute
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TimingResearchForum 7h
If you are interested in the synchronization between violin players in complex networks, check this paper: "Synchronization of complex human networks" by Shahal et al.
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Michel AlhadeffJones 13h
“Play feels silly, unproductive and time-consuming. “But this is precisely why we should make more time for it...” A paper, although simple and a bit prescriptive, that opens up interesting connections between , and .
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Michel AlhadeffJones Aug 13
Very stimulating initiative!
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Michel AlhadeffJones Aug 13
A beautiful series of abstract architectural photographies via
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LSE Impact Blog Aug 6
Want to learn about open access? The Open Access Directory - A resource for making sense of the open access landscape
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France Culture Aug 6
Philosophe dont l'esprit s'est construit entre le PCF, le jazz, la littérature et la prison, Bernard Stiegler est mort. Sa pensée et son parcours nous éclairent et nous alertent sur les technologies et le numérique. 🎧5 entretiens à écouter
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Michelle Bastian Aug 6
Our call for papers for the next conference is now out! The Material Life of Time 15-17th March 2021. Abstracts due 16th October 2020. Confirmed keynotes from Karen Barad and Karim-Aly Kassam with more to follow.
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Rodrigo A. Rosa Feb 16
Would you like to know the latest publications on routine dynamics? Please go to the following link and stay tuned for updates! Joint to :
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Michel AlhadeffJones Aug 4
It seems like research on may benefit from existing studies on Excited to establish new connections between those traditions of inquiry.
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Michel AlhadeffJones Aug 4
Replying to @ZabFortier
Oui, je profite un peu de l’été 😊 mais je me réjouis bcp de reprendre. Entre le confinement et les vacances scolaires, j’ai aussi pas mal dû ralentir mes projets...
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Michel AlhadeffJones Aug 4
Replying to @mhbastian
Is it a public event, Michelle?
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Michel AlhadeffJones Aug 4
Replying to @ZabFortier @ASQJournal
Absolument! Je te recontacte à la fin de l’été pour reprendre nos échanges. 🤓
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John Field Feb 13
Exciting new collection on adult education - open access version available
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Michel AlhadeffJones Aug 4
ça pourrait vous intéresser 🤓
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Philosophy of Education Reading Network Aug 3
It is our pleasure to launch the Philosophy of Education Reading Network!!
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Michel AlhadeffJones Aug 4
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Michel AlhadeffJones Aug 4
"Getting Ahead of Time—Performing Temporal Boundaries to Coordinate Routines under Temporal Uncertainty" A fascinating ethnographic study published in that also gives access to a whole literature on & studies in management.
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Michel AlhadeffJones Aug 1
= traveling. When I listen to my playlists, I’m navigating through the past. When I’m taking care of my kids I’m in the present. When I fantasize about work, I project myself in the future.
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Michel AlhadeffJones Jul 31
Replying to @Myliap
Thanks for following up. That’s interesting. Your suggestions raise stimulating questions abt planning, design processes & how ppl envision their unfolding through time.
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Michel AlhadeffJones Jul 31
Replying to @GeniseReid
Thank you, Genise. This is an interesting opening. I need to think about it more. Btw, I hope you are doing well, in the current context. Always good to hear from you.
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