Primary and secondary sources

For links to posts on specific illustrators and animators see menu on right. Texts consulted in italics, key texts in bold, key texts read in bold italics.

Secondary sources on frameworks for Assignment 1 Research Question and Plans and Assignment 2 Theoretical Framework: translation bricolage

  • Appignanesi, R. & Garratt, C., (2007) Introducing Post-modernism: A Graphic Guide, London: Icon Books Ltd.
  • Baldwin, J. & Roberts, L., (2006) Visual Communication: from research to practice, London: Bloomsbury Publishing plc.
  • Collins, J. & Mayblin, B., (2011) Introducing Derrida: A graphic guide, London: Icon Books Ltd.
  • Davis, M., (2012) Graphic Design Theory, London: Thames and Hudson.
  • Denzin, N. K. & Lincoln, Y. S. (eds.) (1999) The SAGE Handbook of qualitative research, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
  • Devi, M. & Spivak, G. C., (1995) Imaginary Maps, London, New York: Routledge.
  • Downs, S., (2012) The Graphic Communication Handbook, London, New York: Routledge.
  • Gentzler, E., (2001) Contemporary Translation Theories, Clevedon, Buffalo, Toronto, Sydney: Multilingual Matters Ltd.
  • Horrocks, C. & Jevtic, Z., (2009) Introducing Foucault: A graphic guide, London: Icon Books Ltd.
  • Horrocks, C. & Jevtic, Z., (2011) Introducing Baudrillard: A graphic guide, London: Icon Books.
  • Julier, G., (2014) The Culture of Design Los Angeles, London, New Delhi, Singapore, Washington DC: Sage Publications.
  • Macario, J. W., (2009) Graphic Design Essentials: Skills, software and creative solutions, London: Lawrence King Publishing.
  • Morton, S., (2003) Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak, London, New York: Routledge.
  • Munday, J., (2012) Introducing Translation Studies: Theories and Application, London, New York: Routledge.
  • Niranjana, T., (1992) Siting Translation: History, post-structuralism and the colonial context, Berkeley, Los Angeles, Oxford: University of California Press.
  • Noble, I. & Bestley, R., (2016) Visual Research: an introduction to research methods in graphic design, London: Bloomsbury Publishing plc.
  • Phillimore, J., Humphries, R., Klaas, F. & Knecht, M.,(2016)Bricolage: potential as a conceptual tool for understanding access to welfare in superdiverse neighbourhoods. IRIS Working Paper. Birmingham: Birmingham University.
  • Rogers, M.,(2012) Contextualising Theories and Practices of Bricolage Research. The Qualitative Report, 17, 1-17.
  • Rose, G., (2016) Visual Methodologies: and introduction to researching with visual materials, Los Angeles, London, New Delhi,Singapore, WashingtonDC, Melbourn: Sage Publications.
  • Schulte, R. & Biguenet, J. (eds.) (1992) Theories of Translation: An Anthology of Essays from Dryden to Derrida, Chicago, London: University of Chicago Press.
  • Spivak, G. C., (1990) The Post-Colonial Critic: Interviews, Strategies, Dialogues, New York, London: Routledge. Spivak, G. C., (1998) In Other Worlds, London, New York: Routledge.
  • Tharp, T., (2003) The Creative Habit: learn it and use it for life, New York, London, Toronto, Sydney: Simon & Schuster Paperbacks.
  • Thody, P. & Piero, (2013) Introducing Barthes: A graphic guide, London: Icon Books Ltd.
  • Wibberley, C.,(2012) Getting to Grips with Bricolage: A Personal Account. The Qualitative Report, 17, 1-8.
  • Wibberley, C. 2017. Bricolage Research Methods. In: REES, E. A. G. C. (ed.) Health Care Research: at a glance. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.

!! to add Adobe Animate manuals consulted and still working with. Also lynda.com and You Tube Animate tutorials.

Assignment 3 Gathering Data: Visualising Empowerment

September – November full-time alongside related 10 days PALS consultancy with Oxfam on combating early marriage in Pakistan.

Primary sources: community PALS empowerment visualisations
Primary sources: other designers and illustrators
  • selected international illustrators who work in a direct and simple style with no or minimum text and present a range of treatment possibilities: STIK, Raymond Bollinger, Mariane Satrapi, Yashimoto Nara, Sara Fanelli, Eva Pienkovska, David Shrigley, Tom Gould
  • empowerment logos and selected empowerment infographics from international development agencies.
Secondary sources: sketchnoting/doodling/semiotics/visual dynamics
  • Barthes, R., (1967 (French 1964)) Elements of Semiology, New York: Hill and Wang.
  • Brown, S., (2014) The Doodle Revolution, New York: Penguin Group.
  • Causey, A., (2017) Drawn to See: drawing as an ethnographic method, Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
  • Cobley, P. & Jansz, L., (2010) Introducing Semiotics: A graphic guide, London: Icon Books Ltd.
  • Collins, J. & Mayblin, B., (2011) Introducing Derrida: A graphic guide, London: Icon Books Ltd.
  • Downs, S., (2012) The Graphic Communication Handbook, London, New York: Routledge.
  • Hall, S., (2012) This Means This, That Means That: a user’s guide to semiotics, London: Laurence King Publishing.
  • Horrocks, C. & Jevtic, Z., (2011) Introducing Baudrillard: A graphic guide, London: Icon Books.
  • Kepes, G. & Giedion, S., (1944) Language of Vision, USA: Wisconsin Cuneo Press.
  • Rohde, M., (2013) The Sketchnote Handbook, USA: Peachpit Press.
  • Sherman, W., (2014) Playing with Sketches, Berverly MA: Rockport Publishers.
  • Taussig, M., (2011) I Swear I Saw This: Drawings in notebooks, namely my own, Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press.
  • Thody, P. & Piero, (2013) Introducing Barthes: A graphic guide, London: Icon Books Ltd.

!! further work with Adobe Animate.

Assignment 4 A Working Draft: Empowerment Stories

(November – February in parallel with Advanced Practice sketchbook diaries on ‘Cambridge Cafe’ considering similar issues and related sources.)

Primary sources: community PALS infographic diagrams
  • Tupa Tupa: What Happened to the Coffee Money? (DRC) men’s role play photos that I will work into with gouache, experimenting with different styles, framing and sequencing options. Produced as a 1-page comic and slideshow animation of the frames.
  • ‘Persuading family and friends’ on peer-sharing process, collaging and working into role play photographs and shots from video. Produced as a 1 page comic and slideshow animation of the frames.
Primary sources: other illustrators and designers
  • illustrators and animators producing sequential narratives who have innovated with framing, layout and narrative sequencing: manga, Chris Ware and ‘Introduction to…’ graphic guides consulted on theoretical frameworks for this Assignment.
  • info-graphics on empowerment and other related issues from international development agencies.
Secondary sources
  • Abbott, H. P., (2008) The Cambridge Introduction to Narrative, Cambridge, New York, Melbourne, Madrid, Cape Town, Singapore, Sao Paulo, Delhi: Cambridge University Press.
  • Bell, R. & Sinclair, M., (2005) Pictures and Words: New comic art and narrative illustration, London: Lawrence King Publishing.
  • Blazer, L., (2016) Animated Storytelling: simple steps for creating animation and motion graphics, USA: Peachpit Press.
  • Bono, E. D., (1982) de Bono’s Thinking Course, London: BBC Books.
  • Buzan, T., (2002) How to Mind Map, London: Thorsons.
  • Cobley, P., (2001) Narrative, London and New York: Routledge.
  • Devi, M. & Spivak, G. C., (1995) Imaginary Maps, London, New York: Routledge.
  • Jason Lankow, J. R., Ross Crooks, (2012) Infographics: The Power of Visual Storytelling, New Jersey, USA: John Wiley & Sons inc.
  • Maden, M., (2006) 99 Ways to Tell a Story: Exercises in Style, London: Jonathan Cape.
  • Queneau, R., (1957 (French 1948)) Exercises in Style, Surrey: Alma Classics Ltd.
  • Mccloud, S., (1993) Understanding Comics.
  • Noble, I. & Bestley, R., (2001) Experimental Layout, East Sussex, UK: Rotovision SA.
  • Queneau, R., (1957 (French 1948)) Exercises in Style, Surrey: Alma Classics Ltd.
  • Stroh, D. P., (2015) Systems Thinking for Social Change, Vermont: Chelsea Green Publishing.

!! On-line resources from Open University and others on diagramming and info-graphics.

Assignment 5 Finalising your Submission: Participatory Visual Communication

!! will revisit other guidelines and facilitation guides from my PALS work on https://www.gamechangenetwork.org

  • Bishop, C. (ed.) (2006) Participation, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA: MIT Press.
  • Kristof, R. & Satran, A., Interactivity by Design: creating and communicating with new media, Moutnain View USA: Adobe Press.
  • Stroh, D. P., (2015) Systems Thinking for Social Change, Vermont: Chelsea Green Publishing.

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