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(Future Earth (Organisers), 2018-01-23)FREMANTLE, C. 2018. Transdisciplinarity and transformation. Presented at Future earth early career researcher workshop, 23-24 January 2018, London, UK.
HARMS SMITH, L. and NATHANE, M. . #NotDomestication #NotIndigenisation: decoloniality in social work education. Southern African journal of social work and social development [online], (accepted). Available from: https://doi.org/10.25159/2415_5827/2400This article argues that South African social work education, situated in Western modernism and broadly within the ideological project of colonialism and racist capitalism, should move from knowledge and discourses which ...
Research: knowledge and method reflections on Helen Mayer Harrison, Newton Harrison and David Haley's practice. (Bright Sparks (Organisers), 2008-12-31)FREMANTLE, C., DOUGLAS, A. and HALEY, D. 2008. Research: knowledge and method reflections on Helen Mayer Harrison, Newton Harrison and David Haley's practice.. Presented at the Bright sparks seminars, 2008, London, UK.
(ASLE (Organisers) http://www.ppls.ed.ac.uk/nature/asle08.htm, 2008-07-10)FREMANTLE, C. 2008. Making poetry to invent policy: the practice of Helen Mayer Harrison and Newton Harrison. Presented at the 5th biennial Association for the Study of Literature and the Environment conference (ASLE 08): activism, apocalypse and the Avant-Garde, 10-13 July 2008, Edinburgh, UK.Helen Mayer Harrison and Newton Harrison, the eminent conceptual and ecological artists, have prophesied environmental crisis and imagined alternative futures since the early 70s. Their work is storytelling for the future. ...
(CEUR Workshop Proceedings http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-2012/, 2017-11-16)TONIOLO, A. and LEON, M. 2017. Towards computational dialogue types for BIM collaborative design: an initial study. In Bistarelli, S., Giacomin, M. and Pazienza, A. (eds). Proceedings of the 1st advances in argumentation in artificial intelligence workshop (AI^3 2017), 16-17 November 2017, Bari, Italy. Bari: CEUR Workshop Proceedings [online], pages 79-84. Available from: http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-2012/AI3-2017_paper_8.pdfCollaborative design is an iterative process of selecting and evaluating solutions under potentially conflicting requirements, a concept central to Building Information Modelling (BIM) implementation. Previous research has ...