Tag: accelerated academy

A work in progress. Feel free to make suggestions! The SLOW University – Work, Time and Well-Being by Maggie O’Neill Should academics adopt an ethic of slowness or ninja-like productivity? In search of scholarly time by Filip Vostal Life in the Accelerated Academy by Mark Carrigan Surviving Life in the Accelerated Academy: Problems and Prospects for […]

After spending the week thinking about how Filip Vostal and I could incorporate a function to allow people to post anonymous first person essays on the Accelerated Academy website, I just noticed that the depressing and important site Academia is Killing My Friends has started posting new content again. I’d encourage anyone interested in the […]

Power, Acceleration and Metrics in Academic Life 2nd-4th December 2015, Prague (Vila Lanna) Organised by the Institute of Philosophy of the Czech Academy of Sciences and supported by the Strategy AV21. Register and get more information at http://accelerated.academy Powered by Eventbrite There is little doubt that science and knowledge production are presently undergoing dramatic and multi-layered transformations […]

Power, Acceleration and Metrics in Academic Life 2nd-4th December 2015, Prague (Vila Lanna) Organised by the Institute of Philosophy of the Czech Academy of Sciences and supported by the Strategy AV21. Register and get more information at http://accelerated.academy Powered by Eventbrite There is little doubt that science and knowledge production are presently undergoing dramatic and multi-layered transformations […]