Ninna Meier is a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Organisation at Copenhagen Business School.

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    The Materiality of Research: ‘Writing with Resonance’ by Charlotte Wegener and Ninna Meier

The Materiality of Research: ‘Writing with Resonance’ by Charlotte Wegener and Ninna Meier

In this feature essay, Charlotte Wegener and Ninna Meier explore the idea of ‘writing with resonance’ as a crucial yet […]

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    The Materiality of Research: ‘Thinking and Writing in Time and Space’ by Ninna Meier

The Materiality of Research: ‘Thinking and Writing in Time and Space’ by Ninna Meier

In this feature essay, Ninna Meier explores the relationship between time, space and academic writing. She ponders the ‘portable […]

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    #IWD2016 Academic Inspiration: ‘On Connectivity or What Reading Hannah Arendt Taught Me about the Relatedness of Things’ by Ninna Meier

#IWD2016 Academic Inspiration: ‘On Connectivity or What Reading Hannah Arendt Taught Me about the Relatedness of Things’ by Ninna Meier

What academics or books have inspired you in your writing and research, or helped to make sense of the […]

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    The Monthly Roundup: What Have You Been Reading in February 2016 on LSE Review of Books?

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    The Materiality of Research: ‘On the Materiality of Writing in Academia or Remembering Where I Put My Thoughts’ by Ninna Meier

The Materiality of Research: ‘On the Materiality of Writing in Academia or Remembering Where I Put My Thoughts’ by Ninna Meier

In this feature essay, Ninna Meier reflects on the materiality of the writing – and re-writing – process in academic research. […]

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