Escaping Bachelard’s Dual Anthropology. Towards a New Post-corona Version of the Self

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Karin Hannes

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Hannes, K. (2020). Escaping Bachelard’s Dual Anthropology. Towards a New Post-corona Version of the Self . Murmurations: Journal of Transformative Systemic Practice, 3(1). https://doi.org/10.28963/3.1.19
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Flash Tales
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Karin Hannes, KU Leuven and Research Group SoMeTHin’K (Social, Methodological and Theoretical Innovation / Kreative).

Karin Hannes is associate professor and coordinator of Research Group SoMeTHin’K (Social, Methodological and Theoretical Innovation / Kreative). She pushes towards the development of methods and models for positive change in society. She tests, evaluates, implements, and improves existing methods, techniques, models or d.a.t.a sets generated in fields such as urban development, social welfare, the public art, design and technology sector, community-based research practice and the global sustainable development area. Where necessary, she re-appropriates methods developed in other disciplines (art & science) for use in the broad field of humanities, or develops her own innovative approach to respond to emerging social challenges, whilst remaining sensitive to quality control and empirical grounding. Her research perspective is multimodal, combining numerical, textual, sensory and/or arts-based research d.a.t.a to study complex social phenomena. She also develops theoretical frameworks as a basis for how such phenomena can be understood and organized.