Dr Sue Perks

July 2013

On 4 July, we were pleased to celebrate the graduation of Sue Perks, the 'Isotype revisited' project's funded research student.

Sue's doctoral thesis, 'A definition of the principles of Isotype and an investigation into their methods of diffusion and legacy', which was completed late last year, makes an important contribution to the project's work. It presents, in particular, three in-depth case studies that document the use of 'core elements' of Isotype by individuals and institutions, and which together help demonstrate Isotype's diffusion and legacy.

Our warmest congratulations to Sue.

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From hieroglyphics to Isotype, book launch remarks

Burke, Kindel, Kinross | read more...

'Isotype revisited'

Isotype revisited | read more...

Isotype: representing social facts pictorially

Christopher Burke | read more...

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