Literature used in the Decolonising Participatory Design Practices workshop call

  1. Yoko Akama. 2015. Being awake toMa: designing in between-ness as a way of becoming with. CoDesign: International Journal of CoCreation in Design and the Arts11, 3-4: 262–274.
  2. Sareeta Amrute. 2019. Tech Colonialism Today. Keynote, 10 November. EPIC2019
  3. Liam J. Bannon, and Pelle Ehn. 2012. Design Matters in Participatory Design. In Routledge International Handbook of Participatory Design, 37-63.
  4. Liam J. Bannon, Jeffrey Bardzell, and Susanne Bødker. 2018. Reimagining participatory design. Interactions 26, 1: 26–32. 
  5. Nicola J. Bidwell. 2016. Decolonising HCI and interaction design discourse. XRDS: Crossroads, The ACM Magazine for Students22, 4: 22–27.
  6. Pablo Calderón Salazar, Mela Calderón Zuljevic, and Liesbeth Calderón Huybrechts. 2018. Southern manners in northern lands: Design interventions for autonomía. Strategic Design Research Journal11, 2: 103–114. 
  7. Paul Dourish and Genevieve Bell. 2011. Divining a digital future: mess and mythology in ubiquitous computing. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA.
  8. Paul Dourish and Scott D. Mainwaring. 2012. Ubicomps colonial impulse. Proceedings of the 2012 ACM Conference on Ubiquitous Computing – UbiComp 12.
  9. Arturo Escobar. 2012. Encountering development: the making and unmaking of the third world. Princeton University Press, Princeton (N.J.).
  10. Arturo Escobar. 2015. Transiciones: a space for research and design for transitions to the pluriverse. Design Philosophy Papers13, 1: 13–23.
  11. Arturo Escobar. 2018. Designs for the pluriverse. Radical interdependence, autonomy, and the making of worlds. Duke University Press, Durham.
  12. Ed Finn. 2017. What algorithms want: imagination in the age of computing. MIT Press, Cambridge.
  13. Paulo Freire. 2000. Pedagogy of freedom Ethics, democracy, and civic courage. Rowman, Lanham.
  14. Wendy Gunn, Ton Otto, and Rachel C. Smith. 2013. Design anthropology: Theory and Practice. Bloomsbury, London.
  15. Timothy Ingold and Caroline Gatt. 2013. From description to correspondence Anthropology in real time. In Design Anthropology, Theory and Practice. Bloomsbury, London, 139–158.
  16. Daria Loi. 2018. Ten Guidelines for Intelligent Systems Futures. Proceedings of the Future Technologies Conference (FTC) 2018 Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing: 788–805.
  17. Daria Loi, Thomas Lodato, Christine T. Wolf, Raphael Arar, and Jeanette Blomberg. 2018. PD manifesto for AI futures. Proceedings of the 15th Participatory Design Conference, PDC 18, Vol. 2. 
  18. Henry Mainsah and Andrew Morrison. 2014. Participatory design through a cultural lens. Proceedings of the 13th Participatory Design Conference Vol. 2, 83–86. DOI:  
  19. Tristan Schultz, Danah Abdulla, Ahmed Ansari, et al. 2018. What Is at Stake with Decolonizing Design? A Roundtable. Design and Culture10, 1: 81–101.
  20. Rachel C. Smith, Kasper Tang Vangkilde, Mette Gislev Kjærsgaard, Ton Otto, Joachim Halse, Thomas Binder. 2016. Design Anthropological Futures. Bloomsbury Academic. London.
  21. Elizabeth Tunstall. 2013. Decolonizing Design and Innovation: Design Anthropology, Critical Anthropology, and Indigenous Knowledge. Design Anthropology: Theory and Practice, 232-250. 
  22.  Heike Winschiers-Theophilus and Nicola J. Bidwell. 2013. Toward an Afro-Centric Indigenous HCI Paradigm. International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction 29, 4: 243–255. 
  23. Heike Winschiers-Theophilus, Tariq Zaman, and Colin Stanley. 2017. A classification of cultural engagements in community technology design: introducing a transcultural approach. Ai & Society 34, 3: 419–435.
  24. Orlando Fals Borda. 1979. Investigating reality in order to transform it: The Colombian experience. Dialectical Anthropology 4, 1: 33–55.
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