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Alf Rehn

This chapter discusses the many roles of the modern academic, and the manner in which this multitude establishes borders and border-crossings that challenge stable professional identities. By way of an autobiographic case, the chapter inquires into both the pitfalls and the positive aspects of switching between seemingly paradoxical positions, and suggests ways in which academics can overcome their anguish over playing multimodal roles – even ones that seem incommensurable with being a “proper” academic.

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Alf Rehn and Saara Taalas

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Christian De Cock, Alf Rehn and David Berry