Adam Thorpe & Lorraine Gamman, 2011, “Design with society: why socially responsive design is good enough,” CoDesign: International Journal of CoCreation in Design & the Arts, London, United Kingdom.

Anders Emilson, Anna Seravalli & Per-Anders Hillgren, 2011, “Dealing with Dilemmas: Participatory approaches in design for social innovation,” Swedish Design Research Journal, Malmo (?), Sweden.

Bente Halkier, Tally Katz-Gerro & Lydia Martens, 2011, “Applying practice theory to the study of consumption: Theoretical and methodological considerations,” Journal of Consumer Culture. (Downloaded from @ Carnegie Mellon University on November 20, 2012)

Catherine Barber, David Hemenway, 2010, “Too many or too few unintentional firearm deaths in official U.S. mortality data?” Accident Analysis & Prevention.

Colin Burns, Hilary Cottam, Chris Vanstone, & Jennie Winhall, 2006, “Red Paper 02 : Transformation Design,” Design Council, London, United Kingdom.

David Boyle, Anna Coote, Chris Sherwood & Julia Slay, 2010, “Right Here, Right Now: Taking co-production into the mainstream,” NESTA, London, United Kingdom.

Dilnot, C. 1993. “The Gift,” Design Issues, Vol. 9, N. 2. (Autumn 1993), pp. 51-63.

Douglas J. Wiebe, 2003, “Sex differences in the perpetrator-victim relationship among emergency department patients presenting with nonfatal firearm-related injuries,” Annals of Emergency Medicine, 42:3.

Elizabeth B.-N. Sanders & Pieter Jan Stappers, 2008, “Co-creation and the new landscapes of design,” CoDesign: International Journal of CoCreation in Design & the Arts, London, United Kingdom.

Ezio Manzini, 2011, “Design schools as agents of sustainable change: A design labs nework for an open design program,” DESIS Network, DIS Politecnico di Milano, Italy.

Ezio Manzini & Francesca Rizzo, 2011, “Small projects/large changes: Participatory design as an open participated process,” CoDesign: International Journal of CoCreation in Design & the Arts, London, United Kingdom.

Felix Stalder, 2000, “Beyond Constructivism: towards a realistic realism. A review of Bruno Latour’s Pandora’s Hope,” The Information Society, 16:3. (Accessed January 24, 2013 @ 10:37AM)

Julie Nelson, 2012, “INET Research Note #013: Is Dismissing the Precautionary Principle the Manly Thing to Do? Gender and the Economics of Climate Change”, Institute for New Economic Thinking, New York, NY. (electronic copy:

Lucy Kimbell, 2011, “Rethinking Design Thinking: Part 1,” Design & Culture, Volume 3. (Accessed January 14, 2013 @ 10:41AM)

Lucy Kimbell, 2012, “Rethinking Design Thinking: Part 2,” Design & Culture, Volume 4, Issue 2. London, UK.

Pele Ehn, 2008, “Participation in the Design of Things”, Mälmo University, Mälmo, Sweden

Books & Book Excerpts

Anna Meroni (ed), 2007 Creative Communities: People inventing sustainable ways of living,, Milano, Italy.

Dan Hill “Forward: The disruptive power of an edge,” Rory Hyde, Future Practice: Conversations from the edge of architecture, Routledge Press.

David Hemmenway, 2004, Private Guns, Public Health,  University of Michigan, Michigan.

Elizabeth Shove, Matthew Watson, Martin Hand and Jack Ingram, 2007, The Design of Everyday Life, Berg, Oxford , UK.

Lucy R Lippard, 1997, The Lure of the Local, The New Press, New York. (Chapter 1)

Ezio Manzini, “Essay: Design Research for Sustainable Social Innovation,” from Ezio Manzini, Anna Meroni, Emerging User Demands for Sustainable Solutions, EMUDE.

Marc Auge, 1995, Non-Places, Verso, London

Tim Creswell, 2004, Place, a short introduction, Blackwell Publishing, Malden, MA, USA.

Bruno Latour, 1999, ‘A Collective of Humans and Non-Humans’, Pandora’s Hope, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA.

Michel de Certeau, 1984, ‘”Making Do”: Uses and Tactics’, The Practice of Everyday Life, University of California Press, California.

Brochures, Workshops, Conferences & Info Packets

“A planet of civic laboratories: the future of cities, information & inclusion,” Technology Horizons Program, Institute for the Future, Palo Alto, California.

Design for Social Impact Workshop Summary (July 2008) — Sponsored by the Rockefeller Foundation & Continuum.

DESIS NETWORK: Design for Social Innovation & Sustainability, 2012, Milan, Italy.

Lucy Kimbell & Joe Julier, 2012, “The Social Design Methods Menu: in perpetual beta,” Fieldstudio Ltd., London, United Kingdom.

Lucy Kimbell, 2009, “Beyond Design Thinking: Design-as-practice and designs-in-practice,” CRESC Conference, Manchester, United Kingdom.

Lucy Kimbell & Victor P. Seidel (eds), 2008, Designing for Services – Multidisciplinary Perspectives : Proceedings from the Exploratory Project on Designing for Services in Science & Technology-based Enterprises, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford.