Power and Politics in Design for Transition @ Research Perspectives In the Era of Transformations

Five papers have just been published with our editorial from the Power and Politics in Design for Transition track at Loughborough University’s Research Perspectives In the Era of Transformations conference 19-21 June 2019.

The politics of design transitions remains marginal in design research. With our call, we hoped to receive contributions that problematised design’s current roles and conceptualised new roles for design in the context of sustainability transitions to attend to issues related to how power is and should be dealt with.

  1. The Disconnect Between Design Practice and Political Interests: The Need for a Long – Term Political Engagement as Design Practice. BOSCH GOMEZ Sofia and QAZI Hajira
  2. In Pursuit of Design-led Transitions. PRICE Rebecca Anne
  3. On transforming transition design: from promise to practice.  VAN SELM Maaike and MULDER Ingrid
  4. The influence of design thinking tools on NGO accountability. ANDRAWES Ledia a , MCMURRAY Adela b and GEMSE R Gerda

Track chairs

  • Joanna BOEHNERT, Loughborough University
  • Idil GAZIULUSOY, Aalto University, Finland
  • Dan LOCKTON, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
  • Ida Nilstad PETTERSEN, NTNU – Norwegian University of Science and Technology
  • Matt SINCLAIR, Loughborough University

DOI: https://doi.org/10.33114/adim.2019.2d

OR: http://academicarchives.org/index.php/adim/article/view/34/33

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