Aalto Design Research Book Talks - Dialogues on Design and Society
Interested in the complex relationship between design and society? Curious about the hot topics in design research today?
Welcome to Design Research Book Talks, a series of dialogues with leading design researchers from Aalto University’s Department of Design.
Book Talks gathers five recently published books addressing topical themes such as active citizenship, design and ethics, consumerism, children’s rights, feminism, technological development, and many more. Each Book Talk consists of short presentations of the books, followed by a moderated discussion and an audience Q&A in an inspiring and intimate round-table format. Come and join the discussion!
Monday 11 September, 16.00-18.00
Ramia Mazé and Meike Schalk: Feminist perspectives on design
Wednesday 13 September, 16.00-18.00
Sampsa Hyysalo, Cindy Kohtala and Eeva Berglund: Active citizens and consumers
Thursday 14 September, 16.00-18.00
Annamari Vänskä and Turkka Keinonen: Design and ethics
All the Book Talks are free of charge and will be held in English. No registration necessary.
Curator and moderator: Kaisu Savola
Location: Design Museum (Korkeavuorenkatu 23)
More information: https://designresearch.aalto.fi/book-talks/