and Contagion and Interruption in Practice (Chapter 5). The second part consists of submitted papers and commentary from speakers regarding the substance of the work they presented at the workshop. These papers were solicited from speakers in order to offer further information about their work and this field; not all speakers contributed papers. Finally, the appendixes contain the workshop agenda (Appendix A), a glossary (Appendix B), and the speakers’ biographies (Appendix C).
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