Greta Goetz

About me: Continuing to complete


I’m Greta Goetz, PhD, an Assistant Professor in the English Department at the Faculty of Philology, University of Belgrade.

For the past two decades, I have taught higher education. I am currently working on collaborative, project-based, relational learning and creative co-individuation through code and communication.

My current research is concerned with how networked learning and epistemic fluency can restore intercultural rifts such as the science and technology-humanities divide. Focuses include the meanings and limitations of technoscientific literacy, mnemotechnic retention, and the problem of receptivity in intercultural dialogue. I believe in the generative potential of inquiry and seek to model inquisitiveness as one of the tools we can use to navigate what the World Economic Foundation has dubbed the great reset. My early research focused on 19th and early 20th-century polymaths.

I have a multicultural background, was educated in France, Hong Kong, Switzerland, the United States and Serbia, and worked my way through a BA, Cum Laude, from Columbia University. I began my career working for various publications in New York and Hong Kong.

A compilation of blog posts I wrote about running can be found at Orange Mud, an ultra gear small business: Not just fun and games.

My personal blog and wiki-like digital garden is here.

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