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Visual Communication

Volume 01 Issue 01 - Publication Date: 1 February 2002



Crafting participation: designing ecologies, configuring experience
Christian Heath, Paul Luff, Dirk Vom Lehn and Jon Hindmarsh King's College,
London and Jason Cleverly University of Staffordshire

Reflections on Practice

Rethinking Sitting
Peter Opsvik Norway


The subject of painting: works by Barbara Walker and Eugene Palmer
Gen Doy De Montfort University, Leicester

Design Works

Centuring the City
Paul Overy Middlesex University


Materiality in children's meaning-making practices
Fiona Ormerod and Roz Ivanic Lancaster University

Design Works

Entering Into a New Age of Museology: London's Science Museum
Catherine McDermott Kingston University


The implication of visual research for discourse analysis: transcription
beyond language
Sigrid Norris Georgetown University, Washington, DC

Book Reviews

Heywood, Ian and Barry Sandywell, Interpreting Visual Culture: Explorations
in the Hermeneutics of the Visual, reviewed by Suzanne Scollon

Barnard, Michael, Approaches to Understanding Visual Culture, reviewed by
Anthony Baldry

Evans, Jessica and Stuart Hall (eds), Visual Culture : The Reader, reviewed
by Lynn Mario T. Menezes de Souza

Mirzoeff, Nicholas (ed), The Visual Culture Reader, reviewed by Lynn Mario
T. Menezes de Souza

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