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Cultivating Care and Broad-Mindedness in Academic Publishing

By Diane-Laure Arjaliès,  Santi Furnari, Albane Grandazzi, Marie Hasbi, Maximilian Heimstädt, Thomas Roulet, François-Xavier de Vaujany (a shorter version will be published very soon on LSE Impact Blog)   It was a hot and sunny day at the Academy of... Continue Reading →

An exploration of surrealism as an aesthetic activity in collective ethnographic work

By Héloïse Berkowitz, CNRS TSM Research,   How to jointly develop scientific knowledge from data collect made through group, event-based research methodologies like OWEE (Open-Walked Event-based Experiments)? In OWEE, ‘field work’ moves beyond both observations or action-research approaches by... Continue Reading →

The City: Re-introducing Streets and Public Spaces in Research Practices

By Boukje Cnossen, Stefan Haefliger and François-Xavier de Vaujany   Numerous research have transformed the street and public spaces into research objects (see e.g. Bundy, 1987; Voyce, 2006; Weisburd et al, 2004), but what about making them (again?) a research... Continue Reading →

Designing Serendipity: Walk in Progress

By Hélène Bussy-Socrate and Nicolas Aubouin   In the context of one Open Walked Event Based Experimentations (OWEE), Nicolas and I were in charge of organizing a learning expedition in Paris about Street Art. Most OWEE and past learning expeditions... Continue Reading →

“Walking in Berlin”- a Newbie’s reflection on an unexpected OWEE experience during #Collday2017

By Johanna Voll #Collday2017: 8th-10th March 2017 – Berlin and the Collaborative Economy: Old Friends? Collday2017 was the first event of RGCS Berlin and combined a conference, a workshop as well as a learning expedition over the course of three... Continue Reading →

What a Difference a Walk Makes? The Impact of Walk and Embodiment in Reflexive Collaboration and Creativity

By Olivier Irrmann: Yncréa Hauts-de-France (ISEN Lille), Laboratoire DeVisu. In the few months we have been experimenting the type of learning expedition we call OWEE, there has been a set of features we observed when a group of people is... Continue Reading →

OWEE: From Walking in Common to Walking as a Commons

By David Vallat (Université Lyon 1)   The OWEE research method, always under construction (having Levi-Strauss’s spirit of ‘bricolage’ at its core), is directly inspired by the values and practices of the places we study (makerspaces, hackerspaces, FabLabs, coworking spaces,... Continue Reading →

University beyond the Walls: Experiencing Innovative Spaces on Grenoble Campus

By Sabine Carton (University of Grenoble Alpes) How to promote innovative educational spaces inside and outside Grenoble campus and get people involve in their uses? In June 2018, Promising[1] and several faculties used Open Walked Event-Based Experimentations (OWEE) approach at... Continue Reading →

Collaborative Ethnography in the Walk: The use of Camcorders

By Anna Glaser and François-Xavier de Vaujany Ethnography is increasingly a collective thing, involving both teams of researchers, members of the society explored, and people co-exploring from far with digital tools. In the context of the Research Group on Collaborative... Continue Reading →

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