Got the reply from my supervisor on Monday. The film is now finished and we move on to finish the written thesis, which I might rework for a different purpose as well when it’s finished – very exciting. I also communicated a bit with participants in my film.
But mostly I read up on the philosophical roots of phenomenology. This methodology is so hard to grasp, which is sort of the point, I guess. I reread some papers from Qualitative Methods, most notably Moustaka and Desjarlais & Throop, as well as the introduction to Sara Ahmed’s Queer Phenomenology (as recommended by S), but it wasn’t until I started reading David Cerbone’s Understanding Phenomenology that things really started to make sense to me. I’m now halfway through reworking the methodology part of my thesis. It’s messy, so messy, and I like it very much.
We took a break from anime and watched the whole first season of Babylon Berlin – what a fantastic series, in so many ways!
- Pedestrian Observations/Alon Levy: Construction Costs in the Arab World
- Berliner Zeitung: Autor Jeremias Thiel: „Ich will weg von zu Hause, weg von meinen Eltern“
- Vassa eggen/Olle Lidbom: CNN fyller 40 år
- Babylon Berlin, S1 E1–8 = end