Madeleine Akrich

The Birth Plan: A « catch me if you can » radicalisation?

 Blanca Callén

Caring for e-waste: Electronic vulnerabilities, material wears and conceptual limits

Jérôme Denis & David Pontille

Maintenance, the Care of Things and the Ecologies of In/visible

Rob Imrie, Charlotte Bates & Kim Kullman

Universal design, disability and the radicalisation of un/care

Joanna Latimer

Dwelling with dementia: body-world relations, participation and care

Daniel López

When tinkering is not enough: engineering peer-care communities for later life as caring for autonomy-enabling arrangement

Andrew Power

Self-Building Safe Havens in a Post-service Landscape: How adults with learning disabilities are reclaiming the welcoming communities agenda

Vololona Rabeharisoa

“Who cares? Combining genetics and psychiatry to explore the shadow zones of autism”

Celia Roberts & Adrian Mackenzie

Brain-based parenting: learning the science of care, by Celia Roberts & Adrian Mackenzie

Israel Rodríguez-Giralt

Radicalising through presence: disability activisms in the age of austerity

Tomás Sánchez Criado

Care in the (critical) making: Open prototypes or the radicalisation of independent-living

Manuel Tironi

Toxic lives: matters of care, politics and bio-animacy in Puchuncaví

Myriam Winance

From «Rare disabilities» to «rare care». Some preliminary analysis of the history of the French category “rare disabilities”