Doerte Weig


Doerte Weig holds a PhD in social anthropology and research experience working with, for example, hunter-gatherers, contemporary dancers, corporate managers, citizen scientists, somatic practitioners, and fascia specialists. She aims to uncover how different facets of human physicality relate to socio-political transformation and ecological awareness. She believes that we cannot think-perceive the future of human societies, of education, health, or work, without taking into account the sensoriality of our moving-sensing bodies, and raising our ecosystemic awareness.

transcript-Publications in the Research Fields: Cultural Sociology, Education Studies, Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology, Non-European Ethnology, Social Pedagogy, Social Work, Sociology

Publications in the Series: Culture and Social Practice

Uni Köln


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Tensional Responsiveness
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Tensional Responsiveness

Ecosomatic Aliveness and Sensitivity with Human and More-than

An exploration of how moving and relating with tensional responsiveness, which enables novel approaches to bodying (re)generative cultures, lifelong learning, sharing, work, and citizens' well-being.

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