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My only thought is that you might want to communicate (perhaps more explicitly) with your senior colleagues or higher admin about their expectation from you. If the university is totally happy with you adopting a relaxed approach (e.g., you are not at risk of being demoted or fired or otherwise pressured), I think you should take advantage of it and just do whatever you feel like. It is very lucky if the university does not pressure you for outputs, I think. Good luck:)


You should use your time and privilege to advocate for the growing academic precariat.

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