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Decolonization: Indigeneity, Education & Society
"Decolonization: Indigeneity, Education & Society is an undisciplinary, peer-reviewed, online Open Access journal committed to supporting and advancing decolonization scholarship, practice, and activism within and, more importantly, beyond and against, the academy. We believe in connecting decolonization struggles across locations and experiences, in connecting academics, activists, and artists - and their production - within larger communities of decolonial struggle, and connecting knowledge production to histories of resistance to colonial power; we believe in a lived out decolonial praxis. Decolonization is not new and we do not aspire to meet the academic demand for new and invigorating paradigms; it is not the academy we are interested in invigorating. Instead, we seek to ground decolonization in the lived experiences and histories of those individuals and communities that have and are living out decolonization, seeking to invigorate connections, struggles, and knowledges that reside beyond the academy.

Our newest issue is now available to read and download! Click on the cover image below to read it and then share! To find past issues, please look in our archives."
decolonization  indigeneity  journals  education  society  undisciplinary 
december 2015 by robertogreco
Near Future Laboratory » Innovation and Design
"The practice of design can happen without a formal set of processes and steps. Although it may be comforting to say — here is our process, here are its steps — instrumentalizing design in this way will lead to nothing more than what one expects, which is oftentimes not a particularly astonishing innovation. It will lead to things congruent with what exists “today” and thus never “radical” and even, arguably, consistent enough with the old stuff to barely count as new. The radical innovation by definition cannot have a formalized process. No post-it design. No PowerPoint decks. The less involvement from process-oriented and goal-oriented actors, the better. If your goal is to create something new, you can’t also expect to make something that profits because that is the same old goals"
julianbleecker  design  innovation  books  nearfuturelaboratory  designthinking  undisciplinary  howto  business  gamechanging  tcsnmy  strategy  disruption  disruptiveinnovation 
october 2009 by robertogreco
Near Future Laboratory » Digital Blur: Stories from the Edge of Creative Design Practice
"Cribbed from John Marshall’s Designed Objects blog, he and I contributed a short, analytic essay on inter/trans/undisciplinarity as it pertains to design practices for this book — Digital Blur: Stories from the Edge of Creative Design Practice."
interdisciplinary  undisciplinary  transdisciplinary  julianbleecker  design 
july 2009 by robertogreco
Near Future Laboratory » Gradually Undisciplined. Stories Not Titles.
"Crossing into a new practice idiom, especially if it offers the chance to feel the process of learning, is a crucial path toward undisciplinarity. The chance to become part of a practice — with all of its history, ideology, languages, norms and values, personalities, conferences — is an invigorating process. Embodying multiple practices simultaneously is the scaffolding of creativity and innovating, in my mind. It is what allows one to think beyond the confines of strict disciplinary approaches to creating new forms of culture — whether objects, ideas or ways of seeing the world." ... "Objects, I have learned, are expressive bits of culture. They make meaning, help us understand and make sense of the world. They are knowledge-making, epistemological functionaries. They frame conversations and are also expressions of possibility and aspiration."
julianbleecker  undisciplinary  undisciplinarity  crossdisciplinary  multidisciplinary  engineering  art  science  design  learning  education  tcsnmy  curiosity  objects  janchipchase  titles  stories  understanding  creativity  technology  culture  transdisciplinary  interdisciplinary  innovation  ideas  identity 
april 2009 by robertogreco
Near Future Laboratory » Eric Paulos’ Open Disruption
"There are strong sensibilities towards new practices for new ways of living in here. The deliberate undisciplinary approach of doing unexpected, far-reaching, unknown things outside of the now-bankrupt realm of commodity fetishism and me-too product lines. The time now seems right to do things differently, to bolster the growing force of productive creativity, making the things that are our own, rather than those things that are least-common denominator, designed for everyone else so that all of our sensibilities, expectations and hopes are normalized to the least inspired amongst us. Yes. Maybe we should plant our own gardens, form local energy production collectives and tar-and-feather bank executives. But, then lets also make our own imaginations, materialize the things that we only think about rather than grousing about the crap that the bad-old, decaying manufacturing industries force upon us. Make weird things."
julianbleecker  crisisasopportunity  creativity  imagination  make  diy  tcsnmy  lcproject  undisciplinary  manifestos  ubicomp  practice  living  change  reform  gamechanging  making  doing  2009 
february 2009 by robertogreco

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