Academic Writing

 

BOOKS

9781784994341

Stein, JA 2016, Hot Metal: Material Culture & Tangible Labour, Manchester University Press, Manchester.

(Want a copy? MUP is not really very affordable, but you can find some lower priced copies here. Still too pricy? No worries, just get in touch and I can make sure you can access a copy.)

 

REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES

Stein, JA 2019, ‘Hidden between craft and industry: Engineering patternmakers’ design knowledge’, Journal of Design History, doi:10.1093/jdh/epz012.

Stein, JA 2017, ‘Political imaginaries of 3D printing: Prompting mainstream awareness of design and making’, Design and Culture, vol. 9, no. 1, pp. 1–26. DOI: 1080/17547075.2017.1279941.

Stein, JA 2016, ‘Masculinity and material culture in technological transitions in the workplace: From letterpress to offset-lithography, 1960s – 1980s’, Technology & Culture, vol. 57, no. 1, pp. 24–53. DOI: 10.1353/tech.2016.0010.

Stein, JA 2015, ‘Making “foreign orders”: Australian print-workers and clandestine creative production in the 1980s’, Journal of Design History, vol. 28, no. 3, pp. 275-92. DOI: 10.1093/jdh/epv012.

Stein, JA 2014, ‘The co-construction of spatial memory: Enriching architectural histories of “ordinary” buildings’, Fabrications, vol. 24, no. 2, pp. 178-97. DOI: 1080/10331867.2014.961222.

Stein, JA 2013, ‘“That was a posed photo”: Reflections on the process of combining oral histories with institutional photographs’, Oral History Association of Australia Journal, vol. 35, pp. 49–57.

Stein, JA 2011, ‘Domesticity, gender, and the 1977 Apple II personal computer’, Design & Culture, vol. 3, no. 2, pp. 193–216.

Lunney, D, Matthews, A, Stein, JA, & Lunney, HM, 2003, ‘Australian bat research: The limitations of the Action Plan for Australian Bats in determining the direction of research’, Pacific Conservation Biology, vol. 8, no. 4, pp. 255-60.

 

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Maitland Gaol, photograph by Jesse Adams Stein

SCHOLARLY BOOK CHAPTERS

Stein, JA, and Rowden, E, 2019, ‘Architecture from the Inside: Challenging the Myths of Architectural History through the Oral Histories of Maitland Gaol’, in Speaking of Buildings: Oral History in Architectural Research, in Janina GosseyeNaomi Stead and Deborah van der Plaat (eds), Princeton Architectural Press (in press).

 

REVIEWS

Stein, JA 2017, ‘Labour, entrepreneurialism and the creative economy in neoliberal times’, Fashion Theory, vol. 21, no. 5, pp. 609-615.

Stein, JA 2010, ‘Design in the Age of Darwin’, Design & Culture, vol. 2, no. 1, pp. 90–3.

Stein, JA 2011, ‘Social Sculpture’, Runway, no. 19, July, pp. 72–75.

 

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Victorian patternshop, 2015, photograph by Jesse Adams Stein

 

REFEREED CONFERENCE PAPERS

Hermens, A, Simpson, AV, Berti, M, and Stein, JA, 2017, ‘Under new management, tradition of innovation and innovation of tradition: the case of constructive disruption in a family firm’, ANZAM (Australia and New Zealand Academy of Management), Brisbane.

Simpson, AV, Berti, M, Stein, JA, and Hermens, A, 2016, ‘Sensemaking in managing a family firm’s “tradition of innovation”’, 32nd EGOS Colloquium ‘Organizing in the Shadow of Power’, Naples, 7–9 July.

 

ACADEMIC THESES

Stein, JA, 2014, Precarious Printers: Labour, Technology & Material Culture at the NSW Government Printing Office, 1959–1989PhD Thesis, School of Design, Faculty of Design, Architecture & Building, University of Technology Sydney. Supervisor: Dist. Prof. Peter McNeil, Dr Susan Stewart.

Stein, JA, 2009, Domesticity and Gender in the Industrial Design of Apple Computer, 1977–1984, Masters Thesis, School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Supervisor, Prof. Michael Golec.

Stein, JA, 2005, Public Art and Site Specificity: Critical Dilemmas in the Sydney Sculpture WalkHonours thesis (Class 1 & the University Medal), College of Fine Arts, University of New South Wales. Supervisor: Prof Susan Best.

 

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Penrith Museum of Printing, 2013

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