This is just a suggested title for an essay I have started to write notes for. The idea of “enstranglement” popped-up in my head during one of the transformative dialogues sessions at Wageningen University https://www.pe-rc.nl/node/22296 organized by some very inspiring and dedicated colleagues.
At the moment I am ‘defining’ it as such:
Enstranglement – noun – refers to maladaptive destructive forms of entanglement where one is trapped in entrenched and dysfunctional systems that erode the well-being of people and planet…
But I am still playing around with it. This post is merely to get people to respond to the term and to invite people to write a paper with the above (temporary) title, together. You can respond in the blog or in another way that will get to me (no pun intended).
Some journals are truly hidden gems – Airea is a peer-reviewed journal on Arts & Interdisciplinary Research. Together with wonderful colleague Anke de Vrieze of Wageningen UR and Åse Bjurström of University of Gothenburg, former PhD and MSc-student of mine, Natalia Eernstman and current PhD Kelli Rose Pearson, we contributed a paper to a Special Issue on ‘Interdisciplinary relationships within spaces and bodies of collaboration‘. Our paper is titled: