Leaving dry land: Water, heritage and imaginary agency

Five months have passed since successfully defending my PhD dissertation titled “Leaving Dry Land: Water, Heritage and Imaginary Agency” at the University of Gothenburg’s Centre for Critical Heritage Studies. When I embarked on my PhD journey, I did not realise … read more

Towards More-Than-Human-Centred Design: Learning from Gardening

More-than-human-centred design is a growing field in HCI (human-computer interaction) that account for non-human actors in design processes (such as animals, plants, and microbes but also autonomous technologies). While the rationale for more-than-human-centred design is clear, there is a lack … read more