This page has links to some of my favourite essays, books and articles on a broad range of topics. Please contact me if you have any suggestions.

Topic areas:

Art, Media & Design

Eliasson, O., (2016). Why art has the power to change the world, World Economic Forum, (Accessed 10 April 2017)

Golja, T., Fam, D., (2016). Supporting academics’ learning to design, teach and research transdisciplinary programs in higher education: What’s the state of play? Integration and Implementation Insights, (Accessed 10 April 2017)

Heiss, L. (2013). Innovative forms of healing: new media art as a catalyst for lasting change in therapeutic settings In: Proceedings of the 19th International Symposium of Electronic Art, ISEA2013, Sydney, Australia, 11-13 June, 2013 (Accessed 17 March 2017)

Jacobsen, M., and Sondergaard, M., (2010). MAPPING the domains of media art practice, A trans-disciplinary enquiry into collaborative creative processes. Technoetic Arts: A Journal of Speculative Research, Vol 8, Number 1. Pp 77-84.(Accessed 17 March 2017)

Nakamura, L., Chow-White, P., (2011). Race After the Internet (7MB PDF), Routledge

Niedderer, K., MacKrill, J., Clune, S., Evans, M., Lockton, D., Ludden, G., Morris, A., Gutteridge, R., Gardiner, E., Cain, R., Hekkert, P., (2014). Joining Forces: Investigating the influence of design for behaviour change on sustainable innovation, NordDesign, August 27 – 29, 2014 Espoo, Finland / Melbourne, Australia (Accessed 31 March 2017)

Niedderer, K., et al., (2014). Creating sustainable innovation through design for behaviour change: full project report, University of Wolverhampton, Project Partners & AHRC, (Accessed 30 September 2017)

Ölander, F.,Thøgersen, J., (2014). Informing Versus Nudging in Environmental Policy, Journal of Consumer Policy  37:341–356

Pangaro, P., (2013) Cybernetics – A Definition, (Accessed 21 September 2017)

Pearce, BB., Sharing experiences in interdisciplinary, transdisciplinary and design-thinking teaching, Institute of Environmental Decisions, Teaching workshop | 17 February 2016, (Accessed 10 April 2017)

Eco-dyeing Techniques

Bessette, A (2001) Rainbow Beneath My Feet

Beirling, M., (2008), Norwegian Natural Dyeing: Art, Craft, Gender and Innovation – Natural Dyes as a Tradition in Norway (650 KB PDF), Textile Society of America Symposium Proceedings

Harmer, A., Shroomworks + Magic in the Dyepot

North American Mycological Association, A Short Selection of the Best Mushrooms for Color

Spahr, D., Dyeing with Mushrooms

Jungian Psychology

Estés, C.P., (2010) Mother Night: Myths, Stories, and Teachings for Learning to See in the Dark (Audio CD)

Estés, C.P., (1997) Women Who Run With the Wolves

Vaughan-Lee, L., (1998) Catching the Thread Sufism Dreamwork and Jungian-Psychology


Guattari, F., (1989) The Three Ecologies (12 MB PDF)

Sustainability and Energy Efficiency

Dale, E., McMeekin, A., Southerton, D., (2012). Sustainable Consumption, Behaviour Change Policies and Theories of Practice, The Habits of Consumption, Alan Warde & Dale Southerton (eds.) (Accessed 30 September 2017);sequence=1

Conversations for Action, Vol. 22 nos. 2-3, pp. 73-82 (Accessed 21 September 2017)

Gaillard, E., & Ferreira, J.A.,. (2009). Engaging Australians on Climate Change: The Role of Education and Communication in Social Change, Interdisciplinary Aspects of Climate Change, Publisher: Peter Lang, Editors: W. Leal Fliho, F. Mannke 425-447. (Accessed 21 September 2017)

Gillingham, K., & Palmer, K., (‎2013). Energy Efficiency Gap – Resources for the Future, (Accessed 30 September 2017)

International Energy Agency (IEA), (2015). Capturing the multiple benefits of energy efficiency (Accessed 10 August 2017) Executive Summary,

Joachim, L., (2017). Galnyan Yakurrumdja Service, presentation at SCANZ CBR 2017, University of Canberra

Kosters, M., Van der Heijden, J., (2015). From mechanism to virtue: Evaluating Nudge theory, Evaluation, Vol. 21(3) 276–291, DOI: 10.1177/1356389015590218

Kuijer, L. (2014). Implications of Social Practice Theory for Sustainable Design (PhD), Department of Industrial Design. Delft University of Technology, Delft, (Accessed 10 April 2017)


Arastan, (2012) Carpet motifs – a beginner’s guide,

BBC (2017) Why did Vikings have Allah embroidered into funeral clothes?

Jamtli, The Överhogdal Tapestries,

Nizamoglu, C., Yassir-Deane, S., A Tale of Two Civilizations: The Viking and the Muslim World,

Prist-Droman, C., Viking Age Tablet Weaving: Kufic or Not?,

Sigal, S., (2017) The Strangely Revealing Debate Over Viking Couture.

Ward, C. L., Viking Answer Lady