Multimodality and Collaboration • Future Memory Work • Co-Creation

Journal Article: Future memory work—unsettling temporal Othering through speculative research practices

I am happy to share that my article Future memory work: unsettling temporal Othering through speculative research practices was just published in the journal Qualitative Research. I am still working on making this open access, so, please contact me if you are interested in a copy.

I would like to thank Berda Larsen for important conversations about temporal othering in Kalaallit Nunaat (Greenland) that have become essential to this piece, Ivars Silis for granting permission to use one of his beautiful photos, and Ton Otto, Naja Dyrendom Graugaard, Melody Haus, Fiona P. McDonald, and Elina Moraitopoulou for commenting earlier versions of the article.

And last but not least, thank you to all the contributors of the Future Memory Stories project! Throughout the article, story excerpts from Arnannguaq Autzen, Ujammiugaq Engell, Paninnguaq Pikilak, and Paninnguaq Huusfeldt have been interwoven as evocative intermissions for the reader to connect with.

I am always happy to receive feedback (critical or otherwise). Please don’t feel shy to contact me with any thoughts on the article, so this can be an active, on-going conversation.