Schedule

DAY 1   presents Speakers and final Panel Discussion.

Design Hotspot, WWNA partners’ fair stalls (TBA), is open during registration, coffee breaks and lunchtime. 

DAY 2  opens with Perspectives: Powered by PechaKucha.

Hands-on Workshops after the lunch.

Finally, WWNA 2018 will be crowned with a concluding Plenary Session.

EXTRA DAY  offers a Guided Tour in Lisbon.

Members of EASA Applied Anthropology Network will hold an Interim Meeting.

Day 1
26 Oct 2018
Day 2
27 Oct 2018
Day 3
28 Oct 2018

Registration and Design Hotspot

Our partners present themselves at the Design Hotspot (TBA). Be one of them – find more detail here. Do not miss the opportunity to mingle with enthusiasts from all sorts of domains...
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Welcome Speech

Dan Podjed, ZRC SAZU / EASA Applied Anthropology Network Miguel Vale de Almeida, Professor of Anthropology at ISCTE-University Institute of Lisbon Rosa Maria Perez, Professor of Anthropology at ISCTE-University Institute of...
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Verónica Reyero
Miguel Vale De Almeida
Rosa Maria Perez
Pavel Borecký
Dan Podjed

For Human Centric Design: Work with Human Centric Specialists!

José Manuel dos Santos Head of Design & User Experience | Americas at Philips Lighting In this age of renewed interest in human centric design, when user experience seems to...
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José Manuel dos Santos

Will my self-driving car kill me?

Will my self-driving car kill me?: We need an interventional design anthropology of emerging technologies Sarah Pink Distinguished Professor at RMIT University Emerging technologies, such as autonomous driving (AD) cars are...
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Sarah Pink

Lunch Break and Design Hotspot

Lunch – individual arrangements Our partners present themselves at the Design Hotspot (TBA). Be one of them – find more detail here. Do not miss the opportunity to mingle with enthusiasts from all...
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The Anxious Space between Design and Ethnography

Jamer Hunt Vice Provost for Transdisciplinary Initiatives at The New School There is currently a frenzy of activity happening at the nexus of ethnographic and design practices. Despite this, there...
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Jamer Hunt

Avoiding the Apocalypse: A Design Anthropological Perspective on Reflected Change

Anna Kirah Managing Director at Design Without Borders My job as a practitioner of anthropology has been to unveil “truths”. I have always said that there is no one truth,...
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Anna Kirah

Coffee Break and Design Hotspot

Our partners present themselves at the Design Hotspot (TBA). Be one of them – find more detail here. Do not miss the opportunity to mingle with enthusiasts from all sorts...
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Panel Discussion

Our discussants will collectively examine human-centred design and design thinking with emphasis on the value of ethnography, while acknowledging the opportunities arising from a collaborative approach between anthropology and design. Discussants: José Manuel dos Santos, Sarah Pink,...
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Jamer Hunt
Anna Kirah
Sarah Pink
José Manuel dos Santos
Dan Podjed

Closing Day 1

Moderators: Verónica Reyero and Pavel Borecký
Verónica Reyero
Pavel Borecký
Dan Podjed

Dinner

Dinner – individual arrangements

Social Event 1

TBA We will use the cutting-edge anthropological approaches to spot the best place in Lisbon.

Welcome Day 2 and Perspectives

All slots for Perspectives: Powered by PechaKucha presenters (10:00-12:00, October 27) are now full. Looking forward to the show! Contact person: Verónica Reyero, WWNA Perspectives Coordinator Moderators: Verónica Reyero and Pavel Borecký
Verónica Reyero
Pavel Borecký

Lunch Break

Lunch – individual arrangements

W1: Data Ethnography

Instructor Ajda Pretnar, Laboratory for Bioinformatics, University of Ljubljana Aim of the workshop to introduce methods and tools for data ethnography What will be going on in the workshop The workshop...
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Ajda Pretnar

W2: Designing Your Future – Storytelling from Academia to Industry

Instructor Es Braziel, Senior Design Researcher, Microsoft Aim of the workshop This workshop demystifies the process of transitioning from an academic background to one as a researcher in industry. It will enable participants...
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Es Braziel

W3: Fully Automated Luxury Anthropology?

Instructor Mariya Ivancheva, Post-doctoral Research Fellow, University of Leeds / PrecAnthro Project PrecAnthro: A space to organize collectively toward a transnational anthropological union before neoliberal changes make professional solidarity impossible. Aim of the workshop...
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Mariya Ivancheva

W4: Making Sense out of Data

Instructors Maria Azevedo Coutinho, Freelance Designer Hélène Veiga Gomes, CRIA-ISCTE Laura Korčulanin, UNIDCOM / IADE-UE Hugo Rocha, UNIDCOM / IADE-UE Aim of the workshop While anthropologists/ethnographers document contextual realities, designers propose changes. What if we combine both disciplines and professional skills? In this workshop we will explore practical...
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Maria Azevedo Coutinho
Hugo Rocha
Hélène Veiga Gomes
Laura Korčulanin

W5: Past, Present and Future Stories – On Weaving Fragments

Instructors Elisa Bertolotti, Art & Design Department, University of Madeira Susana Gonzaga, Art & Design Department, University of Madeira Valentina Vezzani, Art & Design Department, University of Madeira Aim of the workshop to investigate the nature of...
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Valentina Vezzani
Susana Gonzaga
Elisa Bertolotti

W6: Prototyping for Empathy

Instructor Tiago Nunes, With Company Rui Quinta, With Company Aim of the workshop For researchers looking to understand how design can leverage their investigation activities and for designers looking how to use their...
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Rui Quinta
Tiago Nunes

W7: Sensory Walk

Instructors Rajko Muršič, University of Ljubljana Sonja Pöllänen, University of Eastern Finland Project SENSOTRA project, University of Eastern Finland Aim of the workshop to observe the environment through your senses  What will be going on in...
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Sonja Pöllänen
Rajko Muršič

W8: Creating Continuous Communication: Anthropological Research in Automotive Industry

Instructor Katalin Osz, PostDoc at Halmstad University Kaspar Raats, Industry PhD at Volvo Cars Vaike Fors, Associate Professor at Halmstad University Thomas Lindgren, Industry PhD at Volvo Cars Annie Rydström,...
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Annie Rydström
Thomas Lindgren
Vaike Fors
Kaspar Raats
Katalin Osz

Plenary: Towards Designing the Future

Collaboration, Innovation, and Sustainability in Service of Anthropology and the World Allise Waterston Presidential Scholar at CUNY In this closing plenary, Alisse Waterston synthesizes key themes raised, discussed and deliberated...
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Alisse Waterston

Announcement of WWNA ’19 and Farewell

The Organising Team of WWNA 2018 will announce the next edition and bid you farewell. WWNA 2018 Team: Dan Podjed, Pavel Borecký, Verónica Reyero, Laura Korčulanin, Hélène Veiga Gomes, Hugo Rocha
Hugo Rocha
Hélène Veiga Gomes
Laura Korčulanin
Verónica Reyero
Pavel Borecký
Dan Podjed

Dinner

Dinner – individual arrangements

Social Event 2

TBA Do you still have the energy to join us for a social event? We will spot the best place in Lisbon.

EASA Applied Anthropology Network meeting

Members of EASA Applied Anthropology Network will hold an Interim Meeting. Convenors: Dan Podjed, Pavel Borecký, Verónica Reyero Network Manager: Pablo Mondragón Valero
Pablo Mondragón Valero
Verónica Reyero
Pavel Borecký
Dan Podjed

Guided Tour

You can book a free “Lisbon Guided Tour” (TBA, capacity is limited).