Prof Dr Ton Otto is professor of Anthropology at Aarhus University, Denmark, and professor and research leader at James Cook University, Australia. Currently he is also the head of the Ethnographic Department at Moesgaard Museum, Aarhus.
Otto, T.; Hardy, D. (2016): Transforming artefacts into digital heritage: Developing interactive databases for use by Aboriginal communities. In: Memoirs of the Queensland Museum – Culture.
Otto, T. (2016): History In and For Design. In: Journal of Design History, 29(1), P. 58-70.
Otto, T.; Smith, R. (2013). Design Anthropology: A Distinct Style of Knowing. In: Gunn, W.; Otto, T.; Smith, R.C. (Eds.): Design Anthropology: Theory and Practice. London: Bloomsbury, P. 1-29.
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