Although politicians say they want solutions, they don’t need them as much as they need opening up disagreements.
Thanks to Feminisms and Degrowth Alliance FaDa, my spring has included international research and activism, although my research visit was postponed.
I am a member of the Community Economies Research Network (CERN) that has emerged thanks to the groundbreaking work of J.K. Gibson-Graham. I remember reading their book The End of Capitalism (As We Knew It): A Feminist Critique of Political Economy and feeling like I had arrived home. Often when I present my research, I … Continue reading Compiled table of the diverse economy
Since last autumn, the Ethnography peer-to-peer Network at the Department of Design in Aalto University (EPN-DoD) has had an active reading group. This spring we read Amanda Coffey's The ethnographic self - Fieldwork and the representation of identity (1999, SAGE Publishing) and this is a blog post about my impressions. The ethnographic self by Amanda … Continue reading Browsing through books: The ethnographic self – Fieldwork and the representation of identity by Amanda Coffey (1999, SAGE Publishing)
I recently changed my website domain to eevahoutbeckers.fi. The change originates from last year when I changed my Twitter username from 'aatteinen' to 'eevahoutbeckers'. Since I found it increasingly difficult to tag people when they didn't use their own name as usernames, I figured the same must go for me too. But I left my … Continue reading Aatteinen in memoriam: a brief history of my research communication