To participate in the workshop, provide a 1-2 page position papers describing state-of-the-art examples of rich on-the-ground research cases that demonstrate decolonising approaches and practices to design and technology. The participants are requested to elaborate on their own practical experience as well as provide suggestions for possible methods, techniques and concepts aiming at embracing multiple epistemologies in design and knowledge production.
The five organisers will evaluate the position papers and decide on a consensus basis the acceptance of participants. The aim is to attract diverse participants from different continents, that represent a global community of PD researchers working in different contexts and domains.
- Deadline for submission of position papers: 24 April
- Notifications of selection: 1 May
- Deadline for workshop authors registration: TBA
- Full day workshop date: 16 June
Please send your papers to firstname.lastname@example.org