Wendy Gunn is Distinguished Adjunct of Research, School of Design, Carnegie Mellon University. As a leading scholar in design anthropology, she has played a crucial role in establishing a research agenda for the field of design anthropology at an international level. She has coedited two agenda-setting texts in the field, Design and Anthropology (Routledge, 2012) and Design Anthropology: Theory and Practice (Bloomsbury Academic, 2013). She is currently working on an article on design anthropology in Europe for the Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Anthropology.
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Collaborative Research Inquiry: A Few Entanglements, Which Take a Long Time to Work Out
Karen Barad (2003, 815) has developed the concept of intra-action, which she contrasts with a model of interaction that “presumes the prior existence of indepen... More