Design's Role in Transitioning to Futures of Cultures of Repair

@inproceedings{Schultz2017DesignsRI,
  title={Design's Role in Transitioning to Futures of Cultures of Repair},
  author={T. Schultz},
  year={2017}
}
This paper traces a historical and conceptual terrain of cultures of repair from a decolonial and ontological design perspective, i.e., through decolonial design. In the face of present and mounting future challenges, particularly Climate Change, consequent migration and global unsettlement, indiscriminately reaching all geographies, cultures of repair afford ecological, social, and technological exemplars of adaptation and resilience. Yet neither the complexity of the trace nor the imperative… Expand

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