Polina Golovátina-Mora

Polina Golovátina-Mora
Norwegian University of Science and Technology | NTNU · Department of Teacher Education

Doctor of Philosophy

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The article explores rhizomatic poetic practices of Medellín-based graffiti artist Señor Ok. His work is the city revealed as a relational, multidimensional texture. It transforms striated urban space to smooth by bringing other meanings from the periphery to the surface and decentralizing the dominant image of the city. I look at his work as poetr...
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The article approaches the concept of structural violence by elaborating on the idea of fear as an indicator of social or individual self-destruction. It argues that learning to read fear is an important skill for individuation and, therefore, a part of resistance to oppressive practices. Based on Tolstoy’s political thought, the article draws atte...
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“Tal vez simplemente detengamos la matanza”, propone un personaje blogero en la película Free Guy (Levy, 2021) sobre las dinámicas de los juegos de video. Pensemos por un momento sobre las películas de los superhéroes. El guion se de- sarrolla alrededor de un héroe que salva al mundo. Las víctimas colaterales son los personajes no jugadores (PNJ),...
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This chapter presents the results of the interdisciplinary and international project aimed in designing the educational informational materials for COVID-19 transmission prevention. The design was developed in cooperation with the indigenous communities and considering their cultural traditions and beliefs. Unstructured interviews and observations...
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En el presente capítulo se conciben las actividades comunitarias hacia la paz desde la perspectiva del poshumanismo feminista en el que el mundo es una red de interrelaciones entre humanos y no humanos. Empleando las metodologías participativas, particularmente el árbol de problemas y los testimonios de los habitantes de la comunidad de Pueblo Bell...
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Employing the methodology of duo-ethnography, the article critically revisits the collaboration between the article’s authors, facilitated by the production of Hernando Blandón-Gómez’s trans-media and multimodal installation on the political meaning of an image in Rancière’s thought, supported by Lazzarato’s concept of indebted man. Informed by art...
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Effective communication with local communities is a critical factor in containing an outbreak. However, simply broadcasting "expert" knowledge carries a risk of being rejected, particularly in indigenous communities that traditionally rely on ancestral knowledge. This paper presents an investigation into developing a shared understanding of COVID-1...
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The benefits of urban green and blue infrastructure (UGI) are widely discussed, but rarely take into account local conditions or contexts. Although assessments increasingly consider the demand for the ecosystem services that UGI provides, they tend to only map the spatial pattern of pressures such as heat, or air pollution, and lack a wider underst...
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This essay describes an academic experience that both authors shared during a research visit to Russia in November 2018. The goal of this experience was to introduce participants (students and professors) to the notion of multimodal writing as an alternative to how we create texts in class. The essay first contextualizes the idea of “post-literacy”...
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Background COVID-19 pandemic is an emergency event that put to test societal structures around the world, especially in indigenous communities that have traditionally lived in isolated regions with little existing infrastructure and poor or no healthcare support. However, these communities frequently deal with emergency events, e.g. malaria outbrea...
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This article revisits a co-learning experience of a graduate course on the political ecology of water at the Master’s program in Development Studies in a Colombian private university which employed a thinking with water teaching methodology based on the ontological-epistemological-methodological unity. Water as a nearly universal solvent not only c...
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Este texto hace parte de la segunda fase de la investigación sobr el corregimiento de Pueblo Bello Turbo.
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This article analyses civic participation in three “post-socialist” cities – Yekaterinburg, Russia; Lublin, Poland; and Pilsen, Czech Republic. The conceptual mix of nomad thought and Guattari’s concept of post-media city provides a fresh perspective to study today’s trends in contemporary cities. It helps rethink the possibilities for urban and gl...
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El presente artículo revisa las historias de identidades personales y colectivas a partir de entrevistas a profundidad a cinco participantes. Los entrevistados generalmente expresan la dificultad de definir su identidad en los términos establecidos; sin embargo, tienen un sentido de la dirección hacia la que sus identidades se transforman: sus obje...
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The article explores nostalgia as a cognitive and affective mechanism of memory aimed at the restoration and healing of one’s Self and developing knowledge of one’s Self by means of involving oneself in the individual or collective past. Employing method of narrative inquiry with the elements of autobiographical inquiry and fiction writing, the art...
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This article argues that social activism is inherent in the nature of the trickster figure, namely through the productive and therapeutic power of the imagination. Analysing the author’s style of writing, the novel’s composition in the broader context of Czech folklore studies, artistic and literary movements inside the socialist bloc in the 1960s...

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This project aims to explore various ways in which gamification can help create change for social good. This project represents a cluster of project conducted in various areas, including communication, education and community engagement. Many of these projects take place in underdeveloped areas around the world and engage with most vulnerable communities in these areas.
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Analizar desde la ecosofía el proceso de construcción de memoria, restitución subjetiva y transformación social, tras la violencia en Pueblo Bello.