ACCEPTED - Harkness, M. (2024). Experimenting with Makerspace Waste Materials: Circularity and Dissolvable Design Objects. Futuring Craft, the Value of Craft, International Conference Proceeding;
ACCEPTED - Shittu, O., Arnautovic, K., Lockrey, S., Vince, J., Vogel, R., Bhattacharya, A., Stanes, E., Garofano, N., Retamal, M., Harkness, M. (2023). Governance Solutions for Soft Plastics in Australia: Lessons From the Discontinuation of REDcycle. Australasian Journal of Environmental Management.
Harkness, M. (2023), Matters of Concern: A Critical Investigation of Bioplastics, 3D Printing, and the Maker Movement. Leonardo Abstract Services (LABS). 
Harkness, M. (2022), A Critical Investigation of Bioplastics, 3D Printing, and the Maker Movement. PhD thesis, University of
New South Wales, Art & Design.

Harkness, M. (2022) Interview: Bioplastics and the Maker Movement. Australian Design Centre Object Digital. Retrieved from
Harkness, M. (2022) 3D Printing and Bioplastic Waste: A Matter of Concern Explored through ActorNetwork Theory, Co-design, and Critical Making. ACUADS/DDCA 2021 Conference New Networks. Hybrid event.
Harkness, M. (2021) Supporting Inclusion in Australian Makerspaces through Online Critical Making Workshops. Proceedings of the 13th International Social Innovation Research Conference. Milan, Italy.
Harkness, M. (2019) Concerning 3D Printing, Plastic Waste is not the only Issue. UNSW Framework #27, 8(3), 80-98.
Odom, W., Bertran, I., Hertz, G., Lin, H., Chen, A. Y. S., Harkness, M., & Wakkary, R. (2019) Unpacking the Thinking and Making Behind a Slow Technology Research Product with Slow Game. Proceedings of the 2019 on Creativity and Cognition.
Odom, W., Wakkary, R., Hertz, G., Bertran, I., Harkness, M., Hol, J., Naus, B., Verburg, P., Tan, P. (2018) Attending to Slowness and Temporality with Olly and Slow Game: A Design Inquiry Into Supporting Longer-Term Relations With Everyday Computational Objects. Denver, Colorado, US. 
Harkness, M. (2017) Reforming IKEA : do-it-yourself projects and everyday objects in disposable culture. [Vancouver] : Emily Carr University, 2017.

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