ETHOS Lab Manager Marie Blønd is making a tribute to commemorate Ursula Le Guin who recently passed away and open conversations for the use of poems in research.
Ursula Le Guin reminded us that “we need the languages of both science and poetry to save us for merely stockpiling endless ‘information’ that fails to inform our ignorance and our irresponsibility”
In her project work, Marie uses poems as an analytical device in conducting ethnography and reflexive writing. In this casual session she shares her experience and reflections on what poems may provide us with when performing and conveying robust, qualitative research. Simultaneously she wants to use the opportunity to thank everyone on her last day before maternity leave.
When: Wednesday, February 28 at 16:30
Where: ETHOS Lab