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NEWBergsveinn Þórsson: “When matter becomes a monster: Examining Anthropocenic objects in museums,” Museological Review, Issue 22, University of Leicester, 2018, pp.44-53BookAlice Twemlow
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NEWBrian Thill, Waste, (London: Bloomsbury, 2015)BookAlice Twemlow
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NEWBruno Latour: “Steps Toward the Writing of a Compositionist Manifesto,” New Literary History, Vol. 41, 2010, pp. 471-490.PaperAlice Twemlow
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NEWCameron Tonkinwise, “Design Away: Unmaking Things,” 2013BookAlice Twemlow
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NEWDonna Haraway: Staying with the Trouble: Making Kin in the Chthulucene (Experimental Futures), (Durham and London: Duke University Press Books, 2016)BookAlice Twemlow
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NEWHeather Davis: “Toxic Progeny: The Plastisphere and Other Queer Futures,” Philosophia, A Journal of Continental Feminism, Volume 5.2, Summer 2015PaperAlice Twemlow
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NEWIsabelle Stengers: In Catastrophic Times. Resisting the Coming Barbarism, (Paris: Open Humanities Press, 2015)BookAlice Twemlow
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NEWJennifer Gabrys: Digital Rubbish: A Natural History of Electronics (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2013)BookAlice Twemlow
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NEWJussi Parrika: A Geology of Media (Minneapolis and London: University of Minnesota Press, 2015)BookAlice Twemlow
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NEWMarjanne van Helvert (ed.): The Responsible Object. A History of Design Ideology for the Future, (Amsterdam: Valiz, 2016)BookAlice Twemlow
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NEWTimothy Morton: Dark Ecology: For a Logic of Future Coexistence, (New York: Columbia University Press, 2016)BookAlice Twemlow
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NEWTimothy Morton: HyperobjectsBookAlice Twemlow
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NEWTony Fry: Design Futuring: Sustainability, Ethics and New Practice (London: Bloomsbury, 2009)BookAlice Twemlow
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NEWZygmunt Bauman: Wasted Lives. Modernity and its Outcasts, (New York: Blackwell, 2004)BookAlice Twemlow
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NEWArmen Avanessian: Overwrite. Ethics of Knowledge – Poetics of Existence. Sternberg Press, 2017BookAndrea Karch
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publishedSojin and Somi Kim:
Type Cast: meaning, culture, and identity in the alphabet omelet published in: Earthquakes & Aftershocks, les affiches du California Institute of the Arts, 1986–2004 / Posters from the CalArts Graphic Design Program 1986–2004. Rennes: Presse universitaire de Rennes. 2005, p. 113 – 128. Originally published in: Lift and Separate: Graphic Design and the Vernacular New York: The Herb Lubalin Study Center of Design and Typography, 1993.
Book, EssayAndrea Tinnes“During the mid- to late nineteenth century, letters were used as “vehicles of imaginative expression,“ taking different directions, such as rustic twig type and pictorial alphabets on the one hand, and a form of gothic revival (which precipitated experimentation with the actual structure of the characters) in the other. A number of the alphabets developing out of this period were those that were designed and named to represent various „others“ on the basis of stereotypical, non-Western ornamental devices or characteristics from non-roman alphabets.”
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publishedTeal Triggs, Leslie Atzmon (Ed.): The Graphic Design Reader. London: Bloomsbury Visual Arts. 2019.BookAndrea TinnesAbout The Graphic Design Reader:
The Graphic Design Reader brings together key readings in this ever-changing field to provide an essential resource for students, researchers and practitioners.
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Taking as its starting point an exploration of the way in which theory and practice and canons and anti-canons have operated within the discipline, the reader brings together writings by important international design critics, including Wendy Siuyi Wong, Dick Hebdige, April Greiman, and Victor Margolin.
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Extracts are structured into clear thematic sections addressing history; education and the profession; type and typography; critical writing and practice; political and social change; changing visual landscapes, and graphic design futures. Each section has a contextual introduction by the editors outlining key ideas and debates, as well as an annotated guide to further reading and a comprehensive bibliography.
The Graphic Design Reader features original visual essays which provide a critical platform for understanding and interpreting graphic design practice, as well as a wealth of illustrations accompanying key historical and contemporary texts from the 1920s to the present day.
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NEWAndrew Howard: There is such thing as society. Eye Magazine, 1994Online articleAndrea TinnesAktion! Aktionismus! Schwerpunktprojekt Schrift und Typografie, WiSe 2019/20, Studiengang Kommunikatkionsdeisgn
Burg Giebichenstein Kunsthochschule Halle, Liste mit Büchern und Referenzen
www.eyemagazine.com/feature/article/there-is-such-a-thing-as-society
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NEWAndrew Howard: What are we saying? Eye Magazine, 1994Online articleAndrea TinnesAktion! Aktionismus! Schwerpunktprojekt Schrift und Typografie, WiSe 2019/20, Studiengang Kommunikatkionsdeisgn
Burg Giebichenstein Kunsthochschule Halle, Liste mit Büchern und Referenzen
http://www.eyemagazine.com/opinion/article/what-are-we-saying
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NEWBasil Rogger, Jonas Voegeli, Ruedi Widmer und das Museum für Gestaltung Zürich (Hrsg.): Protest: eine Zukunftspraxis. Zürich: Lars Müller Publishers GmbH, 2018BookAndrea TinnesAktion! Aktionismus! Schwerpunktprojekt Schrift und Typografie, WiSe 2019/20, Studiengang Kommunikatkionsdeisgn
Burg Giebichenstein Kunsthochschule Halle, Liste mit Büchern und Referenzen
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NEWBeautiful TroubleOnline GlossaryAndrea TinnesAktion! Aktionismus! Schwerpunktprojekt Schrift und Typografie, WiSe 2019/20, Studiengang Kommunikatkionsdeisgn
Burg Giebichenstein Kunsthochschule Halle, Liste mit Büchern und Referenzen
www.beautifultrouble.org/practitioner
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NEWBenedikt Martini: Manipulation oder Information? Politisches Kommunikationsdesign in der Postdemokratie. Hamburg: VSA: Verlag, 2017BookAndrea TinnesAktion! Aktionismus! Schwerpunktprojekt Schrift und Typografie, WiSe 2019/20, Studiengang Kommunikatkionsdeisgn
Burg Giebichenstein Kunsthochschule Halle, Liste mit Büchern und Referenzen
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NEWChristian Teckert: Räumliche Interventionen und urbane Strategien: spatial strategies, Raumstrategien, Schwerpunkt Research based Spatial Intervention: künstlerisches Forschen und Intervenieren im Raum. Kiel: Verlag Muthesius Kunsthochschule, 2015BookAndrea TinnesAktion! Aktionismus! Schwerpunktprojekt Schrift und Typografie, WiSe 2019/20, Studiengang Kommunikatkionsdeisgn
Burg Giebichenstein Kunsthochschule Halle, Liste mit Büchern und Referenzen
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NEWChristoph Rodatz und Pierre Smolarski (Hrsg.): Was ist Public Interest Design? Beiträge zur Gestaltung öffentlicher Interessen. Bielefeld: Transcript, 2013
BookAndrea TinnesAktion! Aktionismus! Schwerpunktprojekt Schrift und Typografie, WiSe 2019/20, Studiengang Kommunikatkionsdeisgn
Burg Giebichenstein Kunsthochschule Halle, Liste mit Büchern und Referenzen
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NEWCultural HackingOnline GlossaryAndrea TinnesAktion! Aktionismus! Schwerpunktprojekt Schrift und Typografie, WiSe 2019/20, Studiengang Kommunikatkionsdeisgn
Burg Giebichenstein Kunsthochschule Halle, Liste mit Büchern und Referenzen
www.culturalhacking.wordpress.com/glossar
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NEWKotti & Co + Estudio Teddy Cruz + Forman und Haus der Kulturen der Welt (Hrsg.): Wohnungsfrage. Leipzig: Spector Books, 2015BookAndrea TinnesAktion! Aktionismus! Schwerpunktprojekt Schrift und Typografie, WiSe 2019/20, Studiengang Kommunikatkionsdeisgn
Burg Giebichenstein Kunsthochschule Halle, Liste mit Büchern und Referenzen
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NEWLiz McQuiston: Graphic agitation 2: social and political graphics in the digital age. London: Phaidon Press, 2004BookAndrea TinnesAktion! Aktionismus! Schwerpunktprojekt Schrift und Typografie, WiSe 2019/20, Studiengang Kommunikatkionsdeisgn
Burg Giebichenstein Kunsthochschule Halle, Liste mit Büchern und Referenzen
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NEWMarie Hoejlund: Perpetual Beta & Post-Capitalist Desires: The Curriculum of Evening ClassOnline articleAndrea TinnesAktion! Aktionismus! Schwerpunktprojekt Schrift und Typografie, WiSe 2019/20, Studiengang Kommunikatkionsdeisgn
Burg Giebichenstein Kunsthochschule Halle, Liste mit Büchern und Referenzen
https://walkerart.org/magazine/evening-class-curriculum-of-a-self-organized-learning-experiment
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NEWMiriam Rummel, Raimar Stange, Florian Waldvogel (Hrsg): Haltung als Handlung: das Zentrum für Politische Schönheit. Edition Metzel, 2018
BookAndrea TinnesAktion! Aktionismus! Schwerpunktprojekt Schrift und Typografie, WiSe 2019/20, Studiengang Kommunikatkionsdeisgn
Burg Giebichenstein Kunsthochschule Halle, Liste mit Büchern und Referenzen
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NEWName Waffe Stern: das Emblem der Roten Armee Fraktion: Felix Holler, Jaroslaw Kubiak, Daniel Wittner; Idee, Betreuung, Lektorat: Günter Karl Bose. Leipzig: Institut für Buchkunst, 2018
Diploma Thesis
Andrea TinnesAktion! Aktionismus! Schwerpunktprojekt Schrift und Typografie, WiSe 2019/20, Studiengang Kommunikatkionsdeisgn
Burg Giebichenstein Kunsthochschule Halle, Liste mit Büchern und Referenzen
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NEWOliver Marchart: Conflictual Aesthetics. Artistic Activism and the Public Sphere. Berlin: Stenberg Press, 2019BookAndrea TinnesAktion! Aktionismus! Schwerpunktprojekt Schrift und Typografie, WiSe 2019/20, Studiengang Kommunikatkionsdeisgn
Burg Giebichenstein Kunsthochschule Halle, Liste mit Büchern und Referenzen
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NEWRick Poynor: Utopian Image – Politics and Posters. Design Observer, 2013Online articleAndrea TinnesAktion! Aktionismus! Schwerpunktprojekt Schrift und Typografie, WiSe 2019/20, Studiengang Kommunikatkionsdeisgn
Burg Giebichenstein Kunsthochschule Halle, Liste mit Büchern und Referenzen
https://www.designobserver.com/feature/utopian-image-politics-and-posters/37739
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NEWRick Poynor: Why the activist poster is here to stay. Design Observer, 2012Online articleAndrea TinnesAktion! Aktionismus! Schwerpunktprojekt Schrift und Typografie, WiSe 2019/20, Studiengang Kommunikatkionsdeisgn
Burg Giebichenstein Kunsthochschule Halle, Liste mit Büchern und Referenzen
www.designobserver.com/feature/why-the-activist-poster-is-here-to-stay/36068
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NEWSteven Henry Madoff: What about Activism? Berlin: Sternberg Press, 2019BookAndrea TinnesAktion! Aktionismus! Schwerpunktprojekt Schrift und Typografie, WiSe 2019/20, Studiengang Kommunikatkionsdeisgn
Burg Giebichenstein Kunsthochschule Halle, Liste mit Büchern und Referenzen
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NEWSymon Hill: Digital revolutions: activism in the internet age. Oxford: New Internationalist Publ., 2013
BookAndrea TinnesAktion! Aktionismus! Schwerpunktprojekt Schrift und Typografie, WiSe 2019/20, Studiengang Kommunikatkionsdeisgn
Burg Giebichenstein Kunsthochschule Halle, Liste mit Büchern und Referenzen
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NEWTheo Inglis: Meet Marie Neurath, the Woman Who Transformed Isotype Into an International Endeavor. Eye on Design, 2019Online articleAndrea TinnesAktion! Aktionismus! Schwerpunktprojekt Schrift und Typografie, WiSe 2019/20, Studiengang Kommunikatkionsdeisgn
Burg Giebichenstein Kunsthochschule Halle, Liste mit Büchern und Referenzen
https://eyeondesign.aiga.org/meet-marie-neurath-the-woman-who-transformed-isoytpe-into-an-international-endeavor/
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NEWThomas Düllo und Franz Liebl: Cultural Hacking: Kunst des strategischen Handelns. Wien[u.a.]: Springer, 2005BookAndrea TinnesAktion! Aktionismus! Schwerpunktprojekt Schrift und Typografie, WiSe 2019/20, Studiengang Kommunikatkionsdeisgn
Burg Giebichenstein Kunsthochschule Halle, Liste mit Büchern und Referenzen
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NEWJudy Attfield: “FORM/female FOLLOWS FUNCTION/male: Feminist Critiques of
Design", in: Design History and the History of Design, 1989
PaperAnja Kaiser and Rebecca Stephanyaus dem “Glossar des undisziplinierten Gestaltens"
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NEWJack Halberstam: The Queer Art of Failure, 2011
BookAnja Kaiser and Rebecca Stephany
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NEWJan van Toorn: Design and Reflexivity, 1994BookAnja Kaiser and Rebecca Stephany
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NEWMartha Scotford: Toward an Expanded View of Women in Graphic Design. Visible Language, 1994PaperAnja Kaiser and Rebecca Stephany
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NEWSheila Levrant de Bretteville und Ellen Lupton: "Dirty Design and Fuzzy Theory". Eye Magazine, 1992InterviewAnja Kaiser and Rebecca Stephanyhttp://elupton.com/2010/07/de-bretteville-sheila-levrant/
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NEWSheila Levrant de Bretteville: "A Reexamination of Some Aspects of the Design Arts From the Perspective of a Woman Designer". In: Arts in society: women and the arts, 1974PaperAnja Kaiser and Rebecca Stephany
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NEWwww.decolonisingdesign.comPaperAnja Kaiser and Rebecca Stephany
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NEWwww.depatriarchisedesign.comPlatform
Anja Kaiser and Rebecca Stephany
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NEWRebecca Solnit: Men Explain Things to MeBookAnja Lutz, A–Z
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NEWStephanie Buhmann: Studio ConversationsBook SeriesAnja Lutz, A–Z
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publishedMathilda Tham, Åsa Ståhl and Sara Hyltén-Cavallius (Ed.): Oikology – Home ecologics. A book about building and home making for permaculture and for making our home together on Earth. Linnaeus University Press, 2019.Book, ReaderAnja Neidhardt"This book is for people who make homes in their personal or professional lives. […] You may be an educator or a researcher with an interest in home making. In this capacity – teaching or sharing knowledge – you will be shaping homes and how we understand homes too." "Home Ecologics is our idea for an updated version of home economics. Do you remember this subject from school? It included lessons on cooking, managing personal finances, caring for clothes. With Home Ecologics we mean lifelong learning of knowledge, skills, capabilities to support life together with other humans and other species on Earth. Ecology and economy actually share a Greek root – ‘oikos’ – meaning house and home. We propose Home Ecologics – or Oikology – as the knowing about householding and making of liveable lives for many within Earth’s limits and for long-term futures." "Most importantly, Home Ecologics starts in the relationships between humans, other species, things, technologies and spaces. This is a radical shift away from starting from the individual home maker or – even worse – starting from the estate agent’s preferences."
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publishedDanah Abdulla: DESIGN OTHERWISE: Towards a locally-centric design education curricula in Jordan. Thesis submitted for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Design Department Goldsmiths College. University of London September 2017. PHDAnja Neidhardt“This research considers the possibility of a locally-centric design education curricula in Amman, Jordan by investigating the philosophies, theories, practices and models of curriculum and pedagogy most appropriate for design education. It describes perceptions of design and examines the possibilities for shifting these perceptions to move towards transforming design education.”http://research.gold.ac.uk/23246/1/DES_thesis_AbdullaD_2018.pdf
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publishedDori Tunstall: Decolonising Design. Berkeley Talks. Episode 12, 30.01.2019. PodcastAnja NeidhardtElizabeth (Dori) Tunstall is a design anthropologist, public intellectual and design advocate who works at the intersections of critical theory, culture and design. In her position as dean of the faculty of design at Ontario College of Art and Design University in Toronto, Canada, Dori Tunstall has introduced intersectional feminist and decolonial approaches. She established the practice of “respectful design” which she understands as “valuing inclusivity, people’s cultures and ways of knowing through empathic and responsible creative methodologies”. In her Berkeley Talk (Jan 2019) she speaks about teaching and decolonising design, and how these two have to go hand in hand.https://news.berkeley.edu/2019/01/25/berkeley-talks-dori-tunstall/
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publishedBeatriz Colomina (Ed.): Sexuality & Space. Princeton Papers on Architecture, Band 1. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1992. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀BookAnja NeidhardtThe interdisciplinary essays of this book address gender in relation to architectural discourse and critical theory. They focus on the relationships between sexuality and space hidden within everyday practices. Even though written and published more than 25 years ago, the content and approach of this book still proof to be highly relevant. The authors address “gaps” in the history that are also today barely discussed in mainstream architecture and design education. Like Patricia White who in her text traces the presence of lesbianism in Hollywood ghost movies like “The Haunting”. Mark Wigley’s essay “Untitled: The Housing of Gender” dives deep into history and is truly eye-opening on many levels, showing us that contemporary ideas about architecture and gender can be traced way further than we usually assume. Even when writing about well-known architects and their work, like Beatriz Colomina does in her contribution, the authors of this book apply critical perspectives that offer completely new insights. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Contributors are Jennifer Bloomer, Victor Burgin, Beatriz Colomina, Elizabeth Grosz, Catherine Ingraham, Meaghan Morris, Laura Mulvey, Molly Nesbit, Alessandra Ponte, Lynn Spigel, Patricia White, and Mark Wigley. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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publishedMeike Schalk, Thérèse Kristiansson, Ramia Mazé (Eds.): Feminist Futures of Spatial Practices. Materialisms, Activisms, Dialogues, Pedagogies, Projections. Spurbuchverlag. 2017.BookAnja NeidhardtThis book arose from a feminist futures course set up in 2011 by the School of Architecture’s critical studies faculty at the Stockholm Royal Institute of Technology. At its heart was the following question: To what extent do architecture and design need to adapt to climate change, economic crises, and unequal international development? A series of talks aimed both at students and the general public was organised and a platform for constructive dialogue gradually established. For course and book, futures are times and places of radical openness in which various norms, structures, rules, and cultures might develop. With the book project, emerging and established writers worked together as equals, with a shared desire to question and where necessary open up academic formats as well as to use unusual forms of writing.
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publishedMirjam Bayersdörfer and Rosalie Schweiker (Ed.): Teaching for people who prefer not to teach. London: AND publishing. 2017.BookAnja NeidhardtThis manual is “a messy collection of ideas” as its editors say. However, since messiness is ever present in our lives and teaching in general (they are hardly neat), these collectively gathered ideas and tasks fit perfectly. They open up new perspectives, deconstruct established hierarchies and norms, – and pose a lot of questions. The background of most of the contributors is in arts, but their experience and knowledge has the power to also influence the design fields as well other disciplines: “One day we might be doing a happy crafty afternoon in a primary school, the next day a post-graduate seminar on exhibition-making, the day after we’re making soup for the reading group we organised. And our methodologies need to work in all of these contexts.“
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publishedAhmed Ansari, Matthew Kiem, Luiza Prado de O. Martins and Pedro J S Vieira de Oliveira: Three Perspectives on Decolonising Design Education, in: PARSE journal, Issue 8 “Exclusion”, 2018. Online PublicationAnja NeidhardtThis roundtable discussion “brings three different perspectives on decolonising design education into dialogue”. It starts with “an argument for questioning ‘design’ and ‘design education’ as an expression of capitalist-imperial strategy”, and moves on to think of “a possible re-contextualisation of the concept of design education in the Global South, albeit borrowed from the West, as a site of transformation, positioned and shaped in distinct ways by the coloniality of power”.https://metapar.se/article/three-perspectives-on-decolonising-design-education/
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publishedCaroline Criado Perez and Roman Mars: Invisible Women. 99% Invisible, Episode 363, 23.07.2019. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
An interview with Caroline Criado Perez about her book: INVISIBLE WOMEN – Data bias in a world designed for men. New York: Abrams Press, London: Chatto & Windus, 2019.
PodcastAnja Neidhardt and Lisa Baumgarten"Data is fundamental to the modern world. From economic development, to healthcare, to education and public policy, we rely on numbers to allocate resources and make crucial decisions. But because so much data fails to take into account gender, because it treats men as the default and women as atypical, bias and discrimination are baked into our systems. And women pay tremendous costs for this bias, in time, money, and often with their lives. ⠀⠀
Celebrated feminist advocate Caroline Criado Perez investigates the shocking root cause of gender inequality and research in Invisible Women, diving into women’s lives at home, the workplace, the public square, the doctor’s office, and more. Built on hundreds of studies in the US, the UK, and around the world, and written with energy, wit, and sparkling intelligence, this is a groundbreaking, unforgettable exposé that will change the way you look at the world."
(words by Abrams Press)
https://99percentinvisible.org/episode/invisible-women/
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publishedAnoushka Khandwala: Teaching Design approaches design pedagogy from a decolonial and intersectional feminist perspective. What does that mean? Today we feature an article by Anoushka Khandwala for AIGA’ Eye on Design, in which she explains the word “decolonization” in the context of design disciplines. 2019.Online PublicationAnja Neidhardt and Lisa BaumgartenTeaching Design approaches design pedagogy from a decolonial and intersectional feminist perspective. What does that mean? Today we feature an article by Anoushka Khandwala for AIGA’ Eye on Design, in which she explains the word “decolonization” in the context of design disciplines.https://eyeondesign.aiga.org/what-does-it-mean-to-decolonize-design
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publishedSister Outrider: Intersectionality – A Definition, History and, Guide. 2016.Online PublicationAnja Neidhardt and Lisa BaumgartenYesterday we shared with you an article that explains the word “decolonization” in the context of design disciplines. However, Teaching Design approaches design pedagogy not only from a decolonial, but also from an intersectional feminist perspective. So today we have a closer look at “intersectionality” with the help of Sister Outrider.https://sisteroutrider.wordpress.com/2016/07/27/intersectionality-a-definition-history-and-guide/
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publishedAnja Neidhardt and Lisa Baumgarten: Thingstead. Performed at dgtf conference. 2019.TalkAnja Neidhardt and Lisa Baumgartenhttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1Z_8pylk2JPpEumNdflU2CTREtLT34a_XUWrSrZqEQy8/edit?usp=sharing
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NEWBuilding Platforms (Decolonising Design, depatriarchise design, Precarity Pilot): Unpacking Our LibrariesCurated Bibliographyof common interest
https://mediathek.hgk.fhnw.ch/wordpress/building-platforms/?fbclid=IwAR16_xnu0qRo3YfBDQR6sEAoYv-jv8UtiAzK8czvwAILQildowJ11iFgGuY
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NEWRamon Tejada: Decolonizing ReaderCurated Bibliographyof common interest
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Hbymt6a3zz044xF_LCqGfTmXJip3cetj5sHlxZEjtJ4/edit?usp=sharing
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NEWAndreas Reckwitz: Das Ende der Illusionen - Politik, Ökonomie und Kultur in der Spätmoderne. Suhrkamp, 2019BookDavid Voss
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NEWColin Crouch: Das befremdliche Überleben des Neoliberalismus – Postdemokratie II.
Suhrkamp, 2011.
BookDavid Voss
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NEWLuc Boltanski und Arnaud Esquerre: Bereicherung - Eine Kritik der Ware. Suhrkamp, 2019BookDavid Voss
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NEWNina Paim, Emilia Bergmark and Corinne Gisel: Taking a Line for a Walk. Assignments in design education. Spector Books, 2016BookDavid Voss"This book is an incomplete compendium of assignments in design education. You shouldn’t expect to find a definition of what an assignment is. Instead, you will be presented with many different ideas about what it could be: assignments can give instructions, present a problem, set out rules, describe an exercise, initiate and activity, propose a game, stimulate a process or simply throw out questions. And bear in mind: no assignment can be reduced to only one thing, one subject, one purpose, or one ideology."
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NEWTheo Deutinger: Handbook of Tyranny. Lars Müller Publishers, 2017BookDavid Voss
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NEWWolfgang Scheppe and IUAV Class on Politics of Representation: Migropolis. Venice Atlas of a Global Situation. Hatje Cantz, 2010BookDavid Voss
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NEWPaulo Freire: Pedagogy of the OppressedBookEmily Smith
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NEWSheila Levrant de Bretteville and Bia Lowe: The Comment of Design and the Design of Community: An Email Dialogue. In: Sondra Hale and Terry Wolverton (eds.): From Site to Vision: The Woman's Building in Contemporary CultureChapterEmily Smithhttp://thewomansbuilding.org/images/FSTV%20PDFs/BrettevilleLowe.pdf
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NEWSheila Levrant De Bretteville: "Feminist Design." Space and Society, 6.2 (1983): 98-103.PaperEmily Smith
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NEWSister Corita Kent and Jan Stewart: Learning by Heart: Teachings to Free the Creative SpiritBookEmily Smith
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NEWTrinh T. Minh-ha: When the Moon Waxes Red. Representation, gender and cultural politicsBookEmily Smith
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NEWTrinh T. Minh-ha: Woman, Native, Other. Writing postcoloniality and feminismsBookEmily Smith
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NEWWomen’s Building Newsletter: Spinning Off, August 1979. Article: Feminist Education: Everything's Possible.NewsletterEmily Smithhttp://collections.otis.edu/cdm/singleitem/collection/wb/id/1762/rec/32
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NEWAlexandra Midal: Design by Accident, Sternberg Press, 2019BookEva Gonçalves
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NEWJacob Lindgren: Extra-Curricular, Onomatopee 163, 2018BookEva Gonçalves
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NEWMagnus Ericson et. al: Iaspsis Forum on Design and Critical Practise, The Reader, Sternberg Press, 2009BookEva Gonçalves
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NEWPrecarious Workers Brigade: Training for Exploitation, Journal of Aesthetics and Protest Press, 2017PaperEva Gonçalves
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NEWSam Thorne: School, A Recent History of Self-Organised Art Education, Sternberg Press, 2017BookEva Gonçalves
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NEWJodi Dean: Technology: The Promises of Communicative Capitalism. Durham: Duke University Press. 2009.BookEvening Class
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NEWJudith Williamson: Decoding Advertisements: Ideology and Meaning in Advertising (Ideas in Progress). London: Marion Boyars. 1978.BookEvening Class
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NEWKathi Weeks: The problem with Work. Durham: Duke University Press. 2011.BookEvening Classhttps://www.dukeupress.edu/the-problem-with-work
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NEWLucia Farinati and Claudia Firth: Force of listening. Berlin: Errant Bodies Press: DOORMATS6. 2017.Online-PublicationEvening Class
http://www.errantbodies.org/pdf/Force_of_Listening.pdf
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NEWMelissa Adler: Cruising the Library. New York: Fordham University Press. 2017.BookEvening Class
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NEWPrecarious Workers Brigade: Training for Exploitation Online-PublicationEvening Classhttps://joaap.org/press/pwb/PWB_Text_FINAL.pdf
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NEWRoderick A. Ferguson: The Reorder of Things: The University and Its Pedagogies of Minority Difference. Minneapolis: University Of Minnesota Press. 2012.BookEvening Class
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NEWSheila Levrant de Bretteville: A reexamination of some aspect of the design arts from the perspective of woman designer Evening Class
http://images.library.wisc.edu/Arts/EFacs/ArtsSoc/ArtsSocv11i1/reference/arts.artssocv11i1.sldebretteville.pdf
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NEWSidsel Meineche Hansen and Tom Vandeputte (Eds.): Politics of Study. Open Editions. 2015.BookEvening Classhttp://www.openeditions.com/index.php/politics-of-study-16.html
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NEWSusan Mackie, Anne Robinson, Jess Baines, Prue Stevenson: See Red Women’s Workshop: Feminist Posters 1974-1990. Four Corners, London. 2016.BookEvening Class
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NEWWendy Hui Kyong Chun: On Software, or the Persistence of Visual Knowledge. The MIT Press: Grey Room 2005 NO. 18, 26-51.Article, MagazineEvening Class
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