Publications

Selected Publications


Alison J. Clarke and Elana Shapira (Eds.)
Émigré Cultures in Design and Architecture (London: Bloomsbury, 2017)

DesignAnthropology
Alison J. Clarke
Design Anthropology: Object Cultures in Transition, revised edition (London: Bloomsbury, forthcoming).

StyleSeduction
Elana Shapira
Style and Seduction: Jewish Patrons, Architecture, and Design in Fin-de-siècle Vienna, (Boston: Brandeis University Press, 2016).

DesignAnthropology2010
Alison J. Clarke
Design Anthropology: Object Culture in the 21st Century (Wien/New York: Springer Verlag, 2010).

DesignObjectsMuseum
Leah Armstrong
‘Sites of Interaction: The Design Culture Salons at the V&A Museum’ in L. Farrelly and J. Weddell (eds.), Design Objects and the Museum (London: Bloomsbury, 2015).

Tupperware
Alison J. Clarke
Tupperware: The Promise of Plastic in 1950s America (Washington DC: Smithsonian University Press, 1999).

BloomsburyEncyclopedia
Leah Armstrong
Twenty-one entries on institutions and processes in H. Atkinson and C. Edwards (eds.) Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Design (London: Bloomsbury, 2015).

HippieModernism
Alison J. Clarke
‘Buckminster Fuller’s Reindeer Abattoir and Other Designs for the Real World’, in A. Blauvelt (ed.) Hippie Modernism: The Struggle for Utopia,  Walker Art Center exhibition catalogue (Minneapolis: Walker Art Center, 2015).

MosesHerkules
Elana Shapira
‘Moses and Hercules: Jewish Patrons and Entrepreneurs Fashioning the Ringstrasse and the Prater in Vienna,’ in G. Fritz-Kohlbauer (ed.) Ringstrasse: A Jewish Boulevard (Vienna: Jewish Museum Vienna, 2015).

CreativeRegions

Martina Grünewald
Welcome to the CREATIVE REGION: Three Years of Creative Economy Development in Linz and Upper Austria (Linz: Creative Region, 2015).

Image Credit: Jürgen Grünwald

AgainstDesign
Elana Shapira
‘Sense and Sensibility: Architect Josef Frank and his Jewish Clients,’ in H. Czech and S. Hackenschmidt (eds.) Josef Frank: Against Design, MAK exhibition catalogue (Basel: Birkhäuser, 2016).

HomeCultures
Alison J. Clarke
Co-editor of Home Cultures: Architecture, Design and Domestic Space, (Routledge).

DesigningModernInterior
Alison J. Clarke
‘The Contemporary Interior: Trajectories of Biography and Style’ in B. Martin and P. Sparke (eds.) Designing the Modern Interior (Oxford: Berg 2009).

Full List of Publications

Alison J. Clarke

Books

Design for the Real World: Activism in 1970s Design (Cambridge: MIT Press, under contract).

Co-edited volume with E. Shapira, Émigré Cultures in Design and Architecture (London: Bloomsbury, forthcoming).

Design Anthropology: Object Cultures in Transition, revised edition (London: Bloomsbury, forthcoming).

Design Anthropology: Object Culture in the 21st Century (Wien/New York: Springer Verlag, 2010).

Tupperware: The Promise of Plastic in 1950s America (Washington DC: Smithsonian University Press, 1999).

Journal Articles

‘Design for Development, ICSID and UNIDO: The Anthropological Turn in 1970s Design’, Special Issue: Design Dispersed: Anthropology and Design, Journal of Design History, Vol.29, No.1 (2015) pp.43-57.
Online Access

‘Theories of Material Agency and Practice: A Guide to Collecting Urban Material Culture’, Museum Anthropology, Vol.37, No.1 (Spring 2014) pp. 17–27.
Online Access

‘Victor Papanek: Agent Provocateur of Design’, Les Cahiers (du Musée national d’art modern), Editions du Centre Pompidou, No.121 (Spring 2013).

“Actions Speak Louder’: Victor Papanek and the Legacy of Design Activism’, Design and Culture, Vol. 5, No. 2 (July 2013) pp.151–169.
Online Access

‘Consuming Children, Making Mothers: Birthday Parties, Gifts and the Pursuit of Sameness’ in Horizontes Antropologicos, Vol.13, No.28 (2007) pp.263-287.
Online Access

Co-author with D. Miller, ‘Fashion and Anxiety’, Fashion Theory, Vol. 6, No. 2 (2002) pp. 191–213.
Open Access

Book Chapters

‘The Indigenous and the Autochthon: Design for the Real World Meets Global Tools’, in S. Francheschini and V. Borgonuovo, Global Tools: A Radical Italian Experiment (SALT, Istanbul: 2015).

‘Émigré Culture and the Origins of Social Design’ in Design for the Good Society (NAI: Rotterdam, 2015) pp. 164–179.

‘1948 Wonder Bowl von Earl Silas Tupper, Der Konsummacho, die Ikone: Gespräch mit Alison J. Clarke’ in S. Jung (ed.), 12 Gegenstände, (HfG- Archiv / Ulmer Museum: 2015) pp. 68–84.

‘Designing Mothers and the Market: Brands, Style and Social Class’ in P. MacLaran et al (eds.) Motherhood, Markets and Consumption: The Making of Mothers in Contemporary Western Culture (London: Routledge, 2013).

‘Design Ethnologist: Ettore Sottsass Jr.’, A. Cole and C. Rossi (eds.) The 1970s Italian Design Avant-Garde, (Berlin: Sternberg, 2013).

‘Socially Responsible Design’ in G. Matzner-Holzer (ed.) Kulturfuhrer Mitteleuropa 2012: Thema Design (Institut fuer den Donauraum und Mitteleuropa Wien, 2012).

‘The Anthropological Object’ in A. J Clarke (ed.) Design Anthropology: Object Culture in the 21st Century, (Wien/New York: Springer Verlag, 2010), pp.74–87.

‘The Second Hand Brand: Borrowed Goods and Liquid Assets’, in D. Wengrow and A. Bevan, Cultures of Commodity Branding: Archaeological and Anthropological Perspectives (CA: Left Coast Press, 2010) pp. 235–254.

‘Tupperware: Vorstadt, Gesellschaft und Massenkonsum’ in A. Ortlepp and Ch. Ribbit (Eds.) Mit den Dingen leben, Zur Geschichte der Alltagsgegenstande, (Berlin: 2010) pp. 155-187.

‘The Contemporary Interior: Trajectories of Biography and Style’ in B. Martin and P. Sparke (eds.) Designing the Modern Interior (Oxford: Berg, 2009).

‘Coming of Age in Suburbia; Design and Material Culture’ in M. Gutman and N. de Coninck-Smith (eds.) Designing Modern Childhoods: History, Space and the Material Culture of Children (NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2008).

‘Afterword’ in H. Brembeck, K. M. Ekström, M. Mörck (eds.), Little Monsters: (De)Coupling Assemblages of Consumption (Wien: Lit Verlag, 2007).

‘Making Sameness: Mothering, Commerce and the Culture of Children’s Birthday Parties’ in L. Marten and E. Casey (eds.) Gender and Consumption Domestic Cultures and the Commercialisation of Everyday Life (Ashgate, 2007).

‘Window Shopping at Home: Classifieds, Catalogues and New Consumer Skills’ in D. Miller, (ed.) Material Cultures, Why Some Things Matter (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1998) pp. 73–103.

‘Tupperware, Product as Social Relation’ in A. S. Martin and J. Ritchie Garrison, American Material Culture, The Shape of the Field (Delaware: Winterthur, 1997) p. 225–251.

‘Tupperware: Suburbia, Sociality and Mass Consumption’ in R. Silverstone (ed.) Visions of Suburbia, (London: Routledge, 1997) pp. 132–161.

‘Maternity and Materiality: Becoming a Mother in Consumer Culture’ in L. Layne, J. Taylor and D. F. Wozniak (eds.) Consuming Mothers (New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, 2004).

‘Taste Wars and Design Dilemmas: Aesthetic Practice in the Home’ in C.Painter (ed.) Contemporary Art in the Home (Oxford: Berg, 2002).

‘The Aesthetics of Social Aspiration’ in D.Miller (ed.) Home Possessions: Material Culture Behind Closed Doors (Oxford: Berg, 2001).

‘As Seen On TV: Design and Moral Economy’ in M. Andrews (ed.) All the World and Her Husband (New York: Cassell, 2000).

‘Window Shopping at Home: Classifieds, Catalogues and New Consumer Skills’ in P. Jackson, D. Miller et al, Commercial Cultures, (Oxford: Berg 2000).

Exhibition Catalogues

‘The Chrome Plated Marshmallow: 1960s Consumer Culture and its Discontents’, You Say You Want a Revolution: 1966–1970, V&A Museum exhibition catalogue (London: V&A Publishing, 2016).

‘Buckminster Fuller’s Reindeer Abattoir and Other Designs for the Real World’, Hippie Modernism: The Struggle for Utopia, Edited by A. Blauvelt, Walker Art Center exhibition catalogue (Minneapolis: Walker Art Center, 2015).

‘Prescription for Rebellion: The Politics and Legacies of Design Activism’, The Future Is Not What it Used to Be’, 2nd Istanbul Biennial (2014) pp.332-338.

‘The Poisoned Heirloom: Unmaking the Family’ in A.J. Clarke, A. K Dankl et al, Familienmacher, Katalog zue Ausstellung im Osterreichischen Museum fur Volkskunde in Wien (Nurnberg: Verlag fur Moderne Kunst Nurnberg, 2012).

‘Not So Brand New’ in G. Williams and J. Pavitt (eds.), Brand New , V&A Museum exhibition catalogue, (London: V&A Publishing, 2001).

Elana Shapira

Books

Style and Seduction Jewish Patrons, Architecture, and Design in Fin-de-siècle Vienna, (Boston: Brandeis University Press, 2016).

Co-editor with A. J. Clarke, Émigré Cultures in Design and Architecture, (London: Bloomsbury, forthcoming).

Journal articles

‘Adolf Loos and the Fashioning of ‘the Other’: Memory, Fashion and Interiors’, Interiors: Design, Architecture and Culture, Vol. 2, No. 1, (March 2011) pp. 213–237.

‘Kunst und Repräsentation: Darstellungen jüdischer Salondamen in Wien um 1800’ in: Sabine Hödl (Hg.) Salondamen und Dienstboten. Jüdisches Bürgertum um 1800 aus weiblicher Sicht, Juden in Mitteleuropa, Institut für jüdische Geschichte Österreichs St. Pölten, (2009) pp. 10–18.

‘Modernism and Jewish Identity in Early Twentieth Century Vienna: The Patron Fritz Waerndorfer and his House for an Art Lover’, Studies in the Decorative Arts, Vol. 13, No. 2, (Spring-Summer 2006) pp. 52–92.

‘Dressing a Celebrity: Adolf Loos’s House Project for Josephine Baker’, Studies in the Decorative Arts, Studies in the Decorative Arts, Vol. 11, No. 2, (Spring-Summer 2004) pp. 2–24.

‘An Early Expressionist Masterpiece: Oskar Kokoschka’s Children Playing from 1909’, Zeitschrift für Kunstgeschichte, Munich and Berlin: Deutscher Kunstverlag, Vol.4 (2001) pp. 501–536.

Book Chapters

‘Todesco, Förster, Hansen, and the New Hellenistic Jews on Vienna’s Ringstrasse,’ in T. Hansen: Ein Resümee (Weitra: Verlag Bibliothek der Provinz, 2014).

‘The Rathenau Charisma: Modern Design and Art in the Service of the Rathenaus,’ in: N. Roemer (ed.) German Jewry Between Hope and Despair 1871–1933 (Brighton MA: Academic Study Press, 2013).

‘Jüdisches Mäzenatentum zwischen Assimilation und Identitätsstiftung in Wien 1800–1930’ in C. Theune-Vogt und T. Walzer (Hrsg.) Jüdische Friedhöfe im Spannungsfeld zwischen Kultstätte, Erinnerungsort und Denkmalpflege (Wien: Böhlau Verlag, 2011).

‘Jewish Patronage and the Avant-Garde in Vienna,’ in: A.Weber (ed.) Jüdische Sammler und ihr Beitrag zur Kultur der Moderne/ Jewish Collectors and Their Contributions to Modern Culture (Universitätsverlag Winter, Heidelberg, 2011).

‘Jewish Identity, Mass Consumption and Modern Design’, in N. Roemer and G. Reuveni (eds.) Longing, Belonging, and the Making of Jewish Consumer Culture, (Boston: Brill Publishing House, July 2010).

‘Gaze and Spectacle in the Calibration of Class and Gender: Visual Culture in Vienna 1900’ in J. Kromm and S. Bakewell (eds.) A History of Visual Culture: Western Civilization from the 18th to the 21st Century (Oxford: Berg, 2010).

‘Tailored Authorship: Adolf Loos and the Ethos of Men’s Fashion’, in Rainlad Franz und Inge Podbrecky (eds.) Leben-Mit-Loos (Wien/New York: Springer Verlag, 2008) pp. 53–72.

‘The Interpretation of Children’s Drawing and the Reception of Kokoschka’s work at the Kunstschau 1908’ in P. Werkner (ed.) Oskar Kokoschka – aktuelle Perspektiven (Wien/New York: Springer Verlag, 1998) pp.17–21.

‘Still Life with Jewish Objects’ in I. Fishof (ed.) Jewish Art Masterpieces from the Israel Museum, The Israel Museum exhibition catalogue (Jerusalem: The Israel Museum 1994).

Exhibition Catalogues

‘Sense and Sensibility: Architect Josef Frank and his Jewish Clients,’ in H. Czech and S. Hackenschmidt (eds.) Josef Frank: Against Design, MAK exhibition catalogue (Basel: Birkhäuser, 2016).

‘Moses and Hercules: Jewish Patrons and Entrepreneurs Fashioning the Ringstrasse and the Prater in Vienna,’ in G. Fritz-Kohlbauer (ed.) Ringstrasse: A Jewish Boulevard, Jewish Museum Vienna exhibition catalogue (Jewish Museum Vienna, 2015).

‘Imaging the Jew: A Clash of Civilisations’, in G. Blackshaw (ed.) Facing the Modern: The Portrait in Vienna 1900, National Gallery exhibition catalogue (London: National Gallery Company, 2013).

‘The Pioneers: Loos, Kokoschka and Their Shared Clients’ in T. G. Natter (ed.) Oskar Kokoschka, Early Portraits from Vienna and Berlin 1909–1914, Neue Galerie New York and Hamburger Kunsthalle exhibition catalogue, (Cologne: Dumont, 2002) pp. 50–58.

German translation of the above in Oskar Kokoschka. Das moderne Bildnis 1909 bis 1914, Neue Galerie New York and Hamburger Kunsthalle exhibition catalogue (Cologne: Dumont, 2002).

Four entries on Ernst Barlach, Christian Rohlfs, Oskar Kokoschka and M. Gubler in S. Rachum (eds.) The Joy of Color, The Merzbacher Collection, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem (Cologne: Dumont, 1998).

Encyclopedia Entries

Entries on Eugenie Schwarzwald, Berta Zuckerkandl, Adele Bloch-Bauer and Sarah Bernhardt in P. Hyman and D. Ofer (eds.) Jewish Women: a Comprehensive Historical Encyclopedia (Jerusalem: Shalvi Publishing Ltd., 2006).

Leah Armstrong

Books

Co-editor with F. McDowell, Fashioning Professionals: Identity and Representation at Work in the Creative Industries (London: Bloomsbury, forthcoming).

Journal Articles

‘Steering a Course between Commercialism and Professionalism: The Society of Industrial Artists and the Code of Conduct for the Professional Designer, 1945–1975’, Journal of Design History, Vol.29, No.2 (2016) pp.161-179. 
Open Access

Book Chapters

‘Sites of Interaction: The Design Culture Salons at the V&A Museum’ in L. Farrelly and J. Weddell (eds.) Design Objects and the Museum (London: Bloomsbury, 2015).

‘Commemorating Bonds of Union: Remembering the Ulster Special Constabulary in the National Memorial Arboretum’ in G. Dawson, J. Dover, S. Hopkins (eds.) The Northern Ireland Troubles in Britain (Manchester University Press, 2016).

Encyclopedia Entries

Twenty-one entries on institutions and processes in H. Atkinson and C. Edwards (eds.) Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Design (London: Bloomsbury, 2015).

Policy Reports

Co-Author with J. Bailey, G. Julier and L. Kimbell, Social Design Futures, AHRC Scoping Report: Mapping Social Design Research and Practice, V&A, University of Brighton, (July 2014).
Online Access

Björn Franke

Publications

‘Design Fiction is Not Necessarily About the Future’ in Sixth Swiss Design Network Conference, Negotiating Futures – Design Fiction (2010), pp. 80–90.

‘Violent Machines for Troubled Times’ in Julia Warmers (ed.) Dealing with Fear, (Stuttgart: Akademie Schloss Solitude, 2010).

‘Violent Machines for Troubled Times’, Bad Ems: Künstlerhaus Schloss (Balmoral, 2010).

‘Design as Ethical and Moral Inquiry’, CEPHAD 2010: The Borderland between Philosophy and Design Research, Copenhagen Working Papers on Design No. 1 (2010), pp. 71–72.

‘Design as a Medium for Inquiry’, Fifth Swiss Design Network Symposium, Multiple Ways to Design Research – Research Cases that Reshape the Design Discipline (2009), pp. 225–232.

‘Traces of an Imaginary Affair’, ined. Jean-Baptiste Joly, Catherine Perret and Julia Warmers (eds.) Fetisch + Konsum/Fetish + Consumption, (Stuttgart: Merz & Solitude, 2009).

Martina Grünewald

Book Chapters

‘Inalienable Possessions of a Different Sort: On the Fading World of Pawnbroking in Vienna’ in G. Bast, F. Bettel and B. Hollendonner (eds.) Uni*vers: Junge Forschung in Wissenschaft und Kunst, (Wien/New York: Springer Verlag, 2009).

Reports

Welcome to the CREATIVE REGION: Three Years of Creative Economy Development in Linz and Upper Austria (Linz: Creative Region, 2015).