Jacobs Design Conversations: Dori Tunstall
Lecture | January 25 | 12-1 p.m. | 310 Jacobs Hall
Elizabeth (Dori) Tunstall is a design anthropologist, public intellectual, and design advocate who works at the intersections of critical theory, culture, and design. As Dean of Design at Ontario College of Art and Design University, she is the first black and black female dean of a faculty of design. She leads the Cultures-Based Innovation Initiative focused on using old ways of knowing to drive innovation processes that directly benefit communities.
With a global career, Dori served as Associate Professor of Design Anthropology and Associate Dean at Swinburne University in Australia. She wrote the biweekly column Un-Design for The Conversation Australia. In the U.S., she taught at the University of Illinois at Chicago. She organized the U.S. National Design Policy Initiative and served as a director of Design for Democracy. Industry positions included UX strategists for Sapient Corporation and Arc Worldwide. Dori holds a Ph.D. in Anthropology from Stanford University and a BA in Anthropology from Bryn Mawr College.
For Whom? By Whom?: Designs for Belonging
Each semester, the Jacobs Institute for Design Innovation invites a distinguished group of designers and thinkers to Berkeley to speak as part of Jacobs Design Conversations, Design Field Notes, and our other public programs. This semester, these programs engage questions of inclusion, accessibility, and justice under the title For Whom? By Whom?: Designs for Belonging. To learn more about upcoming events across our series, visit programs.jacobshall.org.
Registration and day-of attendance:
This lecture-style talk is free and open to the public. While all day-of attendance and seating is first-come, first-served, if you register by Wednesday, January 23rd, you'll have first priority for lunch on us (we'll buy food based on registrations, so please be considerate). Please register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/jacobs-design-conversations-dori-tunstall-tickets-53881041646