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I believe that technology design researchers should be prepared to engage in a critical technical practice (as Philip Agre phrased it), considering a wide range of philosophical, artistic and social commentary on the design enterprise.
 
I believe that technology design researchers should be prepared to engage in a critical technical practice (as Philip Agre phrased it), considering a wide range of philosophical, artistic and social commentary on the design enterprise.
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This is not work that requires (or attracts) funding, and as a result, I am not able to accept students in this field.
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Collaborators:
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* [[Mark Blythe]]
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* [[Jofish Kaye]]
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* [[Jeff Bardzell]]
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* [[Shaowen Bardzell]]
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Other relevant collaborations include work with [[Marilyn Strathern]], [[Georgina Born]], [[Andrew Barry]], [[Lee Wilson]] and conversations with [[Matt Ratto]], Paul Dourish, Gilbert Cockton.
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Latest revision as of 07:02, 1 September 2011

Wiki page summarising research by Alan Blackwell with students and collaborators

Recent publications on this topic can be found at: http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/~afb21/publications/index.html?showonly=critical

I believe that technology design researchers should be prepared to engage in a critical technical practice (as Philip Agre phrased it), considering a wide range of philosophical, artistic and social commentary on the design enterprise.

This is not work that requires (or attracts) funding, and as a result, I am not able to accept students in this field.

Collaborators:

Other relevant collaborations include work with Marilyn Strathern, Georgina Born, Andrew Barry, Lee Wilson and conversations with Matt Ratto, Paul Dourish, Gilbert Cockton.