Associate Professor in Materiality and Design Anthropology
Jamie Wallace has a background in engineering, design, craft and visual art. Research interests include embodied learning, making and designing. His PhD in design research studied how design processes involve the entangled engagement of different material artefacts, spaces and technologies. His post doc research considered the impact of design and technology on a range of professional practices including designers, teachers, nurses and industrial butchers. Current teaching is in pedagogical anthropology, design anthropology, material culture and technological literacy.