Wednesday 3rd June

20.00
Welcome Drinks IBIS South Bridge Hotel bar

Thursday 4th June

10.00
Registration and coffee
10.15
Welcome and introduction Alice Street and Jamie Cross
10.45
Magic Bullets, Interested Gifts, Caring Commodities Peter Redfield
11.00
Light for life: how the global off grid solar industry came to care Jamie Cross
11.30
Visual collider A: cut, stick and sketch With coffee
12.00
From Aalto to IKEA: what is really new about humanitarian goods? Tom Scott-Smith
12.15
Artifacts of an exit strategy: filtering, magic, and bullets in guinea worm eradication Amy Moran Thomas
12.45
Lunch Conan Doyle Room, Surgeon’s Hall
13.30
Vehicles for collective improvement: India and its 'life giving' loos Assa Doran
13.45
Cows and cashboxes: scripting relations into caring things Maia Green
14.15
Visual collider B: image annotation
14.45
Doing well by doing good works: repurposing the institution of Waqf for the financial sustainability of information technology schemes in Morocco Hsain Ilahiane
15.00
“Most importantly, we’re making the world a better place:" agricultural labor, humanitarian web content, and problem definition Alex Nading
15.30
Coffee
15.45
Think-in 1: anthropological binaries open/closed; interested/disinterested; care/neglect
16.45
Pop-up exhibition
17.00
Session end
19.00
Spoon Restaurant, 6a Nicholson Street

Friday 5th June

9.45
Coffee
10.00
Tests and packages - a short history of making drugs safe Pete Kingsley
10.15
Humanitarian diagnostics and the target product profile: anthropological notes on a not-yet-existing object Alice Street
10.45
Visual Collider C: Postcards
11.45
Coffee
12.00
The temporalities of conduct: youth entrepreneurship at the bottom of the pyramid Catherine Dolan
12.15
Are humanitarian goods a fruitful business? Pascale Trompette and Celine Cholez
12.45
Lunch
13.30
Think-in 2: collaborative goods With coffee
15.00
Think-in 3: anthropological interventions
15.45
Slide show of finished postcards
16.00
Workshop End