Global Design Activism Survey



Material Processuality: Alternative Grounds for Design Research
Tönük Kruıthof, Damla (Informa UK Limited, 2020-01-01)
This article opens discussion on the positivist epistemology underlying the understandings of materials in design research that have been brought along as a result of theory and methods inherited from engineering and psychology. Examining the ambitions of work that seeks to operationalize knowledge created by these methods in the design process, we propose that attending to the processuality of material forms is a more adequate way for design research to capture the multiplicity of materials. We develop thi...
Visual Schemas: Pragmatics of Design Learning in Foundations Studios
Ozkar, Mine (Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 2011-04-01)
Visual schemas are prequels to shape rules in formalizing the pedagogical discussions in foundational design studios.
The Use of Eroticism in Nasreddin Hoca Anecdotes
Karabas, Seyfi (JSTOR, 1990-7)
Western influences on the Ottoman Empire and Occidentalism in the architecture of Istanbul
Peker, Ali Uzay (Duke University Press, 2002-09-01)
Intercultural theatre? A 'Streetcar Named Desire' on the Turkish stage (Ferdi Merter)
Ozbirinci, Puernur Ucar (Cambridge University Press (CUP), 2008-03-01)
The controversial theory of intercultural performance covers a wide range of theatrical practices, which intend to adapt subject matter and situations from one culture to another This intention mainly involves a transportation and translation of elements and perspectives across cultures. The translator, the audience or reader, and the director fill in the gaps that are formed during this transportation and translation with their own interpretations, in accordance with the culture they inhabit. However, inte...
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H. Kaygan, “Global Design Activism Survey,” DESIGN AND CULTURE, pp. 237–252, 2013, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: