This might be a post more towards fellow academics and more in tune with what we, as academics, are supposed to do today – publish articles! As for more ‘scientific deliveries’ we’ve promised two articles and a book from the project. One article (the one about Kiruna) is already out for review and today we managed to submit the second article, the one about the Canadian case. Let’s hope the […]
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We’re writing a paper on the Kiruna case. We’ve been going at it for quite some time and although we’re nudging it forward, we never seem to remember that each paper is a quagmire. And, as soon as we’re writing, we don’t blog. Why? Because you wouldn’t be interested in the writing process perhaps. Or perhaps we don’t know how to write about our own writing process… One try: we start […]
Blogupdates have been less frequent during the last couple of months. We believe its because we’re in the writing-up phase. It’s not easy to invite you to the analytical mess we’re in. But on the other hand, that’s probably the reason why we should share more. We’re conceptually tearing our hair (oh well, we’re both almost bold), sometimes splitting hairs, around the concepts of space and time. In the application […]
Three days of sensemaking on ‘what is this about?’ and ‘so what?’. A Baldrick-style idea for one article and a h-ll of a lot stories with which to cook a book.
As noticed from all the storytellerposts perhaps, we’re in the process of writing-up our empirical material. The feeling of having too little material is quickly changed into a feeling of having too much… At the outset of the project we aimed at writing two scientific papers and one research monograph. The two papers are now in process. We sent one extended abstract of a paper on the Kiruna mine to […]
Why should we as researchers go on-line with this project? Going on-line: – force us to analyze and tell stories from the start – force us to visualize research (moving pictures, still pictures, sounds and words) – trigger our analytical imagination – could attract other analysts and storytellers that help us advance the project – could attract possible participants that we normally don’t find – could make the research […]