10 Moving entrepreneurship

Karen Verduijn

Introduction

This chapter offers a description and evaluation of a course format seeking to familiarize students with processual thinking. Whereas typically “university courses approach learning processes from the point of view of stability as normal and change as its other” (Hjorth & Johannisson, 2007, p. 52), this course posits both learning and entrepreneuring as fluid, and not necessarily intentional (or necessarily “planned”), but as an open and indeterminate ongoing process.

From a processual point of view entrepreneuring is seen as an active intervening in, and disruption of the spatio-temporal rhythms of everyday life (Verduijn, 2015). During the course, students design their own filming projects, ...

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