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Call for papers - DESIGN & DEMOCRACY TRACK @Design Innovation Management Conference 2019

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Virginia Tassinari <[log in to unmask]>

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Call for Papers 
Design Innovation Management Conference 
London 18 to 21st June 2019 
Submit relevant papers for double-blind peer-review by 29th January 2019 
 
DESIGN AND DEMOCRACY TRACK 
 
 
*Virginia Tassinari, Assistant Professor LUCA School of Arts, Belgium 
Ezio Manzini, ELISABA, Spain 
Liesbeth Huybrechts, University of Hasselt, Belgium 
Maurizio Teli, Aalborg University, Denmark 
*contact: [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]> 
 
DESIGN AND DEMOCRACY TRACK: THE BACKGROUND 
 
 
The issue of design and democracy is an urgent and rather controversial one. Democracy has always been a core theme in design research, but in the past years it has shifted in meaning. The current discourse in design research that has been working in a participatory way on common issues in given local contexts, has developed an enhanced focus on rethinking democracy. This is the topic of some recent design conferences, such PDC2018, Nordes2017 and DRS2018, and of the DESIS Philosophy Talk #6 “Regenerating Democracy?” (www.desis-philosophytalks.org<http://www.desis-philosophytalks.org>), from which this track originates. To reflect on the role and responsibility of designers in a time where democracy in its various forms is often put at risk seems an urgent matter to us. The concern for the ways in which the democratic discourse is put at risk in many different parts of the word is registered outside the design community (for instance by philosophers such as Noam Chomsky), as well as within (see for instance Manzini’s and Margolin’s call Design Stand Up (http://www.democracy-design.org). Therefore, the need to articulate a discussion on this difficult matter, and to find a common vocabulary we can share to talk about it. One of the difficulties encountered for instance when discussing this issue, is that the word “democracy” is understood in different ways, in relation to the traditions and contexts in which it is framed. Philosophically speaking, there are diverse discourses on democracy that currently inspire design researchers and theorists, such as Arendt, Dewey, Negri and Hardt, Schmitt, Mouffe, Rancière, Agamben, Rawls, Habermas, Latour, Gramsci, whose positions on this topic are very diverse. How can these authors guide us to further articulate this discussion? In which ways can these philosophers support and enrich design’s innovation discourses on design and democracy, and guide our thinking in addressing sensitive and yet timely questions, such as what design can do in what seems to be dark times for democracy, and whether design can possibly contribute to enrich the current democratic ecosystems, making them more strong and resilient? 
 
INDICATIVE REFERENCES 
 
Binder,T., Brandt, E. Ehn, P., & Halse, J. (2015). Democratic design experiments: Between parliament and laboratory. CoDesign, 11(3-4), 152–165. doi:10.1080/15710882.2015.1081248 
von Busch, O., & Palmås, K. (2016). Designing consent: Can Design Thinking manufacture democratic capitalism? Organizational Aesthetics, 5(2), 10–24. 
DiSalvo, C. (2010). Design, democracy and agonistic pluralism. Proceedings of the Design Research Society Conference, Canada, 366–371. 
Hakken, D., Teli, M., & Andrews, B. (2015). Beyond capital: Values, commons and the search for a viable future. New Youk, NY: Routledge. 
Huybrechts, L., Benesch, H., & Geib, J. (2017). Institutioning: Participatory design, co-design and the public realm. CoDesign, 13(3), 148–159. doi:10.1080/15710882.2017.1355006. 
Manzini, E. (in-press). The politics of everyday. London: Bloomsbury Press. 
Marres, N. (2005). Issues spark a public into being: A key but often forgotten point in the Lippmann-Dewey debate. In B. Latour & P. Weibel (Eds.), Making things public (pp. 208–217). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. 
Staszowski, E., & Tassinari V. (2019). A, Arendtian Lexicon for designing in dark times. London: Bloomsbury Press. Tonkinwise, C. (2017). Post-normal design research: The role of practice-based research in the era of neoliberal risk. In L. Vaughan (Ed.), Practice-based design research. Bloomsbury 
 
DATES 
 
Submit relevant papers for double-blind peer-review by 29th January 2019 
Notification of accepted papers - 12th March 
Deadline for final versions - 16th April 
 
 
SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS 
 
1] Download the Blind Paper Template: https://designinnovationmanagement.com//pub/ADIM2019blind.docx<https://emea01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fdesigninnovationmanagement.com%2Fpub%2FADIM2019blind.docx&data=01%7C01%7Cvwv1n12%40ecs.soton.ac.uk%7C30c0955252f14d16f12e08d63717019d%7C4a5378f929f44d3ebe89669d03ada9d8%7C1&sdata=WDWNqu9Moa0e1hrnRARo%2Buibrc36WXVxhRXL5FBMgnc%3D&reserved=0><https://designinnovationmanagement.com//pub/ADIM2019blind.docx%3Chttps://emea01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fdesigninnovationmanagement.com%2Fpub%2FADIM2019blind.docx&data=01%7C01%7Cvwv1n12%40ecs.soton.ac.uk%7C30c0955252f14d16f12e08d63717019d%7C4a5378f929f44d3ebe89669d03ada9d8%7C1&sdata=WDWNqu9Moa0e1hrnRARo%2Buibrc36WXVxhRXL5FBMgnc%3D&reserved=0%3E> 
2] Register on ConfTool: https://www.conftool.org/adim2019/<https://emea01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.conftool.org%2Fadim2019%2F&data=01%7C01%7Cvwv1n12%40ecs.soton.ac.uk%7C30c0955252f14d16f12e08d63717019d%7C4a5378f929f44d3ebe89669d03ada9d8%7C1&sdata=gyoDLoWccxm8XF3GtO2D9bk2r3EKRu7uEwQ269htsao%3D&reserved=0><https://www.conftool.org/adim2019/%3Chttps://emea01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.conftool.org%2Fadim2019%2F&data=01%7C01%7Cvwv1n12%40ecs.soton.ac.uk%7C30c0955252f14d16f12e08d63717019d%7C4a5378f929f44d3ebe89669d03ada9d8%7C1&sdata=gyoDLoWccxm8XF3GtO2D9bk2r3EKRu7uEwQ269htsao%3D&reserved=0%3E> 
3] Upload your final PDF and Word file onto ConfTool 
 
 
All papers will be double-blind peer-reviewed. 
 
Full papers should be between 5000 and 6000 words in length excluding abstract and references using the initial blind full paper template that can be downloaded below. Both British English and American English are accepted. 
 
We welcome any research approach or type of paper including conceptual, empirical and critical literature reviews. However, we expect high standards of scholarship in terms of establishing context, explicating the methods of inquiry, and reporting the results that may aid other researchers. 
 
If you are a single author, then you can submit only ONE paper. If a paper is co-authored, then you can submit as many papers as you have co-authors. The lead presenter will need to change for each of the different papers. For example, if Author A and B have co-written a paper titled “Paper BA” which has been accepted and Author A also has an accepted the single author paper titled “Paper A”, then Author B will present the paper titled “Paper AB” and Author A will present on the paper titled “Paper A”. It is important that both authors register for ADIM 2018. 
 
Please download the initial Paper Template for blind submission: https://designinnovationmanagement.com/pub/ADIM2019blind.docx 
 
If you require the paper template formatted in an earlier version of Microsoft Word, please contact us via email at this address:[log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]> 
 
Author(s) names should NOT be identified in the abstract or the body of the submitted paper. The full papers must be previously unpublished. 
 
For any questions please contact the conference organisers via this email address: [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]> 
 
All full papers including abstracts will need to be submitted via our conference management system. 
 
At least one author of nay accepted papers must attend the conference and present their work. 
 
 
SPECIAL JOURNAL ISSUE 
 
A Special Issue journal will be dedicated with select papers taken from the conference. These papers will be selected after a further double-blind review process. 
 
 
CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS INDEXING 
 
The proceedings will be submitted for indexing on Google Scholar, CPCI and SCOPUS. 
 
——————-—- 
Virginia Tassinari 
 
Assistant Professor LUCA Arts - Campus C-Mine 
Coordinator DESIS Philosophy Talks 
Member DESIS International Coordination Committee 
 
C-mine 5 - 3600 Genk - Belgium 
T +32 89 30 08 50<tel:+32%2089%2030%2008%2050> 
M +32 477 62 38 19<tel:+32%20477%2062%2038%2019> 
 
 
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