Journal: IJESJP

Volume 2, Issue 2

40 -- 42Chris Byrne. Emotional Engineering
43 -- 54Andrea Gaynor, Gregory Crebbin. What can engineers learn from the past? A potential role for history in engineering education
55 -- 80Justin L. Hess, Johannes Strobel. Indigenous Ways of Doing: Synthesizing the Literature on Ethno-Engineering
81 -- 83John Reader. Gilbert Simondon: Being and Technology

Volume 2, Issue 1

1 -- 2Jens Kabo. Editor's Introduction
3 -- 9Robert J. Muscat. Peace and Conflict: Engineering Responsibilities and Opportunities
10 -- 20Caroline A. Baillie, Michael Levine. Engineering Ethics from a Justice Perspective: A Critical Repositioning of What It Means To Be an Engineer
21 -- 37Wendy Cumming-Potvin, John Currie. Towards New Literacies and Social Justice for Engineering Education
38 -- 39Julian O'Shea. Paul Polak's Out of Poverty: What Works When Traditional Approaches Fail