This piece of conversational co-thinking about waste and its impacts encompasses an array of themes that ranges from physical and conceptual multiplicity to emotional and temporal dimensions of objects/places via economic/political/social values. The format is intended to disturb a certain normativity in scholarship: ideas bubble up spontaneously and hang in the air without necessarily being brought back down to Earth. In point of fact, our ruminations came together through bottom-up conviviality in environments that might seem light-years away from research outputs, not least chatting on a bench in a bustling square during an hour's lunch break - such shared breathing space is full of potential for slow scholarship.

Geographers Are Talking - About Waste / Daniel Andrew Finch-Race; Joanna Jordan; Annaclaudia Martini; Timothy Raeymaekers.. - In: ACME. - ISSN 1492-9732. - ELETTRONICO. - In stampa:(2024), pp. 1-16.

Geographers Are Talking - About Waste

Daniel Andrew Finch-Race
Primo
Writing – Original Draft Preparation
;
Joanna Jordan
Secondo
Investigation
;
Annaclaudia Martini
Penultimo
Conceptualization
;
Timothy Raeymaekers.
Ultimo
Membro del Collaboration Group
2024

Abstract

This piece of conversational co-thinking about waste and its impacts encompasses an array of themes that ranges from physical and conceptual multiplicity to emotional and temporal dimensions of objects/places via economic/political/social values. The format is intended to disturb a certain normativity in scholarship: ideas bubble up spontaneously and hang in the air without necessarily being brought back down to Earth. In point of fact, our ruminations came together through bottom-up conviviality in environments that might seem light-years away from research outputs, not least chatting on a bench in a bustling square during an hour's lunch break - such shared breathing space is full of potential for slow scholarship.
2024
Geographers Are Talking - About Waste / Daniel Andrew Finch-Race; Joanna Jordan; Annaclaudia Martini; Timothy Raeymaekers.. - In: ACME. - ISSN 1492-9732. - ELETTRONICO. - In stampa:(2024), pp. 1-16.
Daniel Andrew Finch-Race; Joanna Jordan; Annaclaudia Martini; Timothy Raeymaekers.
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