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disCO-commons: Distance Collaboration Commons in Support of Design for Social Change
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This is an open-sourced resource hub created by and for a community of scholars and educators interested in the practice of design for social change. For questions, please contact urbancommons@uw.edu.
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demo page →
https://sheet2site.com/api/v3/index.php?key=1cK4ohwinjYEx27YeZbwZEiswBbKqG5QgBYRCdrWs5ys
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Online Video/Audio Resources
Open-Access Written Materials
Online Collaboration: Guest Talks, Review, etc.
Feedback/Questions
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Title of the video, webinar, or podcast:URL or link (Include "http://"):Upload your file (if applicable):Title of the written materials (article, document, blog post, etc.):Link or URL:Upload PDF file (if applicable):Name (First, Last):Affiliation(s), Location(s):Contact information (email, website, phone number, social media handle, etc.):Field(s) and specialization(s):Available to give a guest talk onlineAvailable to participate as a studio reviewer onlineIf you are interested in other forms of distance collaboration, please provide more information including potential projects and/or interests.
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Community Designer: Chelina Odberthttps://www.cuspconference.com/videos/chelina-odbert/Design collaboration in the space of cross-cultural flowshttps://www.academia.edu/1925123/Design_collaboration_in_the_space_of_cross-cultural_flows?fbclid=IwAR2ETq0oOyKqH72WcMJJoQ959SdE5gGKzVTopeNkMwbEUltF1fJbi_yyz7Qhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1kEO_lNfYW2o94D8FM80f2IsJiROpVKpHJeff HouUniversity of Washington, Seattle jhou@uw.eduCommunity design, public space, design activismYesYes
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Community-driven Design for All: Interview with Barbara Brown Wilsonhttps://islandpress.org/blog/community-driven-design-all-podcast-interviewIsland Press Free E-Bookshttps://islandpress.org/free-e-books?utm_source=Island+Press+authors&utm_campaign=d3b6d2677a-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2020_03_23_09_25&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_70dae0f07c-d3b6d2677a-54219401
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Placemaking for the Built Environment teaching materials (powerpoints, guides, assessments, etc) https://teaching.placeagency.org.au/modules/Placemaking for the Built Environment teaching materials (powerpoints, guides, assessments, etc) https://teaching.placeagency.org.au/modules/Iderlina Mateo-BabianoUniversity of Melbourne imateo@unimelb.edu.auPlacemaking for the built environmentYes
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LED - Landscape Education for Democracy Online Seminarhttps://ledwiki.hfwu.de/index.php?title=Seminar_Landscape_Education_for_Democracy_2020Ruggeri, D. and Fetzer, E. (Eds) (2019). Landscape Education for Democracy. Co-Creating a Socially engaged Landscape Planning and Design Education for Sustainable Development. In_bo Journal. Bologna: University of Bologna (13)9. ISSN 2036-1602https://ledwiki.hfwu.de/index.php?title=Resources_and_Literature_Landscape_and_Democracyhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1son6NrWzxrNKa_yyPDfIpG-f8AU6YNhlDeni RuggeriNMBU/UC Berkeley - Californiaruggerideni@gmail.comCommunity participation, landscape democracy, storytelling, environmental psychology, place identity and attachment, PAR, urban agriculture YesYesif anyone is interested in either digital participation, and in assessing performance of democratic, participatory landscape processes, I would interested in future collaborative research projects, a symposium/online conference, or a digital participatory workshop session.Thanks for setting this up.
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Landscape Architecture: Design as Activism (LDA190) UC Davishttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/landscape-architecture-design-as-activism-lda190/id389259451The Enacted Environmenthttp://www.enactedenvironment.com/
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SEED: Social Economic Environmental Designhttps://archive.org/details/SeedSocialEconomicEnvironmentalDesignFood, Earth, Happiness: A Free Online Study Course on Building a Sustainable Food Commonshttp://www.finalstraw.org/study/
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How to make a model city (Place-It, James Rojas)https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Ol0iFyoGtY-PFTYMKkkxfF1Io0T07xsK/view?usp=drive_webThe foundation for an open source cityhttp://theopensourcecity.com/Che Wei LiuTaipeihttps://www.facebook.com/MikLiuNoNohttps://jothon.g0v.tw/about/
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History and Traditions of Design Activism (Berkeley CED)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jvj2vtI2A7wThe Green New Deal is the Real Deal (Douglas Schuler)http://newyork.thecityatlas.org/lifestyle/the-green-new-deal-is-the-real-deal/?fbclid=IwAR1Y9tHc6q2tlRkTtEb8OlPj-Trou7zDCtavk7eSFUNpfDanjGZdlMly6bEFrancesca PiazzoniUniversity of Liverpoolhttps://www.liverpool.ac.uk/architecture/staff/maria-francesca-piazzoni/Public Space, Street Vending, Migrant Urbanisms, Critical HeritageYesYesThanks for doing this!
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Design Justice: Colloquial design for a just city | Bryan Lee | Design + Diversity Conference 2017https://youtu.be/f8nwt6iQMQIWhat does it mean to engage in activism through design? To engage in design through activism? (McHarge Center, UPenn)https://mcharg.upenn.edu/conversations/what-does-it-mean-engage-activism-through-design-engage-design-through-activismDouglas SchulerThe Evergreen State Collegedouglas@publicsphereproject.orgCivic intelligence, community networks, patterns and pattern languages, experimental schoolsI have given presentations using Zoom on the topic of Patterning the Green New Deal based on my article http://newyork.thecityatlas.org/lifestyle/the-green-new-deal-is-the-real-deal/I am interested in working with people who are interested in using our Liberating Voices pattern language for community or civic work, engagement, development. www.publicsphereproject.org/patterns/lv
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Imagine Otherwise: Sasha Costanza-Chock on Design Justicehttps://youtu.be/YWEq0vRCe0MRace and Cultural Landscapes: A Conversation With Kofi Boonehttps://tclf.org/race-and-cultural-landscapes-conversation-kofi-booneI accidentally submitted some sources onto the spreadsheet directly (sorry for doing that wrong) -- I also shared the "DESIS Network" and "Equity-Centered Community Design Field Guide by Creative Reaction Lab" links. I also added my contact and specialization areas to the additional collaboration questions. Thank you! Jenn
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Ezio Manzini: Design, When Everybody Designshttps://youtu.be/Ap-vE53CdFIHacking Urban Furniturehttp://www.hackingurbanfurniture.netKeng Hua, CHONGAssociate Professor, Singapore University of Technology and Designchongkenghua@sutd.edu.sg
https://asd.sutd.edu.sg/surge
Social architecture, urban design, community development, health, ageingYesYesJoint studio / elective
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Cooperative City in Quarantine #2, The challenges and solutions around Food production and distribution during COVID-19https://www.facebook.com/cooperativecity.org/videos/1289223511279214/OUR CITY? Countering Exclusion in Public Spacehttps://issuu.com/stipoteam/docs/our_city_e-bookLevente PolyakEutropian (Rome-Vienna-Budapest)levente.polyak@eutropian.orgSocial and solidarity economy, participatory processes, governanceYesYes
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Portal with extensive teaching materials.http://www.gahtc.orgGAHTC - Global architectural history teaching collaborativehttp://gahtc.orgVikram PrakashUniversity of Washingtonvprakash@uw.eduGlobal History of ArchitectureYesYes
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Community Engagement during the Pandemic and Beyondhttps://www.lafoundation.org/resources/2020/04/community-engagement-pandemic-and-beyondHow can we design with the community while apart?https://dirt.asla.org/2020/04/07/the-conversations-continue-working-together-with-communities-while-apart/Ellen ShoshkesAdjunct Associate Professor, Co-coordinator Urban Design Certificate, School of Urban Studies and Planning, Portland State University
shoshkes@pdx.edu, https://www.ellenshoshkes.com/
history of urban design, public space, community developmentYesYesCollaborate on course development/teaching methods for fall term course on public space, planning now in anticipation of fall term still being remote
Thanks for creating this hub - a great resource with or without a pandemic
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Pathways to Equity - equity leadership experience for designers seeking practices to further social equity with communities (virtual and in-person)https://www.pathwaystoequity.orgBlack Landscapes Matter by Kofi Boonehttp://groundupjournal.org/blacklandscapesmatterKevin HsuCentre for Liveable Cities (Singapore), Stanford Universitykhsu@stanford.eduSustainability, climate, energy. Heritage conservation and management. Public engagement.YesYes
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Webinar on Global Perspective on Public Space in the time of COVID-19 is currently in preparation in collaboration with Journal of Public Space. More soon... Public Space in the Entrepreneurial City, Special Issue in the Journal of Public Space (with Maurice Harteveld, TU Delft). All issues of the Journal of Public Space have free online access. https://www.journalpublicspace.org/index.php/jps/issue/view/71Hendrik TiebenAssociate Director, School of Architecture, The Chinese University of Hong Kong hktieben@cuhk.edu.hkUrban Design, Public Space & Placemaking. Community co-reation. Cities and HealthyesyesWe are preparing currently an intesive 4-5 days Urban Design Summer Workshop on Public Space on Zoom at CUHK with a range of international partners. We considering to open this workshop to a wide range of partners according to our capacity.
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Claiming Open Space (Austin Allen)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UOjPYbnAutkA national list of faculty willing to join reviews virtually, plus info on how faculty are using various digital platforms (see both tabs)https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1VyugxYok6uV3DU7GSGvHRF1scbbvAYiLhGg-_8b1MJE/edit#gid=0Karen KubeyFaculty Fellow in Design for Spatial Justice and Visiting Associate Professor, University of Oregonkaren@karenkubey.net
@karenkubey
www.karenkubey.net
Architecture,specializing in housing and healthYes (some availability)Yes (some availability)I am looking for remote collaborators for my spring studio: Visualizing Health Equity -- for midterm and final reviews, and also guest desk-crits
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MASS Design Group Is Using Design to Fight Infectionhttps://soundcloud.com/architectmag/mass-design-group-is-using-design-to-fight-infectionMassive Codesignhttps://ojs.francoangeli.it/_omp/index.php/oa/catalog/book/303Jenn LowMDes in Integrative Design, Stamps School of Art and Design, University of Michigan and Washington, D.C.jwlow@umich.edu; jennwlow.com integrative design, landscape architecture, design and power, participatory design and co-design processes, place-keeping, redesign of participatory planning processes, qualitative design research methodsYesYesOpen to proposals! In particular, interdisciplinary collaborations in exploring and testing new, more inclusive methods and forms of public engagement with urban design and planning processes.
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When Learning Is Real: The Mill Creek Project by Anne Whiston Spirnhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?t=7s&v=EX534FHcpaE&app=desktopDESIS Network: Design for Social Innovation and Sustainabilityhttps://www.desisnetwork.org/Deland Chan (she/her/hers)Stanford University Program on Urban Studiesdeland@stanford.edu; delandchan.comParticipatory planning; human-centered design; land use and transportation planning; community-based developmentYes (Pacific Time)Yes (Pacific Time)
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From the "Feel Good" City to the Just City by Margaret Crawfordhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lEGliu4P-MkDesign Justice
https://designjustice.org/
Ben ShirtcliffIowa State College of Design Department of Landscape Architecture and Masters of Urban Design; Urban Synergiesbens@iastate.edu; shirtcliff@gmail.comAdolescents; Play; Environmental Justice; Big Data from Socail MediaYesYes (CST)I'm teaching an online, urban design studio right now (06.15.2020) until July 9. We're using an "Open Studio" approach and invite reviewers Wednesday/Thursday 10 - 12 CST. Happy to share the materials we've collected.
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Connections: How to design and plan a "just city" (featuring Toni Griffin, Nana-Yaw Andoh, and Maria Furgiuelle)https://www.wxxinews.org/post/connections-how-plan-and-design-just-cityEquity-Centered Community Design Fieldguide by Creative Reaction Lab (downloadable PDF for free, hardcopy for purchase)https://www.creativereactionlab.com/our-approach
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"New Rituals" Sustainability, Resilience, and Child-Friendly Urban Design in a Global Pandemic Era. Online, global studio site.https://interact.isucomm.iastate.edu/global-studio/Emerging Civic Urbanism/Design for Social Change - Proceedings of Great Asian Street Symposium/Pacific Rim Community Design/Structures For Inclusion/ conference Dec 2018. Organised by National University of Singaporehttps://www.dropbox.com/s/uk1cb6pi3ku5dwi/GASS2018_FULL_PROCEEDINGS.pdf?dl=0TAN Beng KiangAssociate Professor, Department of Architecture, School of Design & Environment, National University of Singaporeakitanbk@nus.edu.sg, https://www.sde.nus.edu.sg/arch/staffs/tan-beng-kiang-dr/, https://tanbengkiang.com/Architecture, Community Design, Social Housing, Design For Aging Yes, on Singapore Social Housing, Unbuilt works of Geoffrey BawaYesYes
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America's cities were designed to oppress (Bryan Lee, Jr.)https://www.citylab.com/perspective/2020/06/george-floyd-protest-urban-design-history-racism-architecture/612622/Terry ClementsVirginia Tech. Landscape Architecture Program (includes BLA, MLA and a PhD track)tclement@vt.edu, www.lar.vt.edulandscape architecture, cultural landscape studies, community engagement and participation, placemaking in site design and planningyesyesyes. I am preparing to teach an intermediate design studio in the fall and woudl like to invite others to participate in on-going reviews. I am also interested in sharing topical studio work with another program's studio. In addition, I am organizing a Fridays@1 lecture/workshop series for fall and looking for speakers who might serve as 'thought leaders' for our program's students and program friends.
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Design is Political: White Supremacy and Landscape Urbanism (Jennifer Low)https://deepblue.lib.umich.edu/bitstream/handle/2027.42/154720/Low_DesignisPolitical.pdf?sequence=1
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Transformative Power of City Play: Social media and place in a post-affordance world (Ben Shirtcliff) Very relevant to our era of corporate mass media and the uprising of individual voices through social mediahttps://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/23748834.2018.1551115
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Your City has a Gender, and it's Male (Fouad Khan)http://nautil.us/issue/56/perspective/your-city-has-a-gender-and-its-male
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