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Gojira vs. Godzilla

Last week in DIGC330 with Chris, we discussed assumptions, and epiphanies in relation to our text. We were asked to revisit the text we looked at, and analyse our assumptions in an autoethnographical way and come to some conclusions/epiphanies through personal research. 402 more words

Autoethnography

Gojira: Critical Evaluation

In early August 2016 I wrote an autoethnographic account of my experience of watching the classic Japanese Science-Fiction film ‘Gojira’ released in 1954. This was my first attempt at an autoethnographic account of a personal experience and thus I feel as though I did not describe my thoughts and feelings with as much detail as I could have. 618 more words

their eyes can't make out certain shapes

The moon is an orange

sweetened with honey and

many years or rose water tea.

The guy with the gun

takes off his bullet proof… 25 more words

Gojira - Magma (Roadrunner Records 2016)

This album is just beautiful, both visually and musically. Gojira has chosen the path of many of their contemporaries in sludge / death metal segment, and are headed towards are more progressive sound. 356 more words

Metal

Koncert RAMMSTEIN'A na Capital of Rock we Wrocławiu (27.08.2016)

Nie bez przyczyny mój pierwszy wpis na tym blogu jest o koncercie Rammsteina we Wrocławiu. Pomimo tego, że słucham ich od 2001 roku, to na koncercie mogłam być dopiero teraz. 543 more words

Capital Of Rock 2016

Gojira’s Nuclear Anxieties

Earlier this month I wrote an autoethnographic account of my experience watching the original 1954 Japanese film ‘Gojira’. My account included several themes that I peeked my curiosity during the initial viewing, and since watching the film I have spent some time researching Gojira in an attempt to better understand my observations. 582 more words

Digital Media

Now That I've Got Your Attention...

As Eric Cohen noted in his piece ‘Flooded: An Auto-Ethnography of the 2011 Bangkok  Flood‘ auto-ethnography  is essentially a focus on the researcher and ‘his/ her position and involvement in the field’, whichever field that might be. 489 more words

Autoethnography