Works by Liz C. Throop


Posted on May 30th, by Liz Throop in ⠿ RESEARCH. No Comments

“Populational” site (under construction)

Papers and Presentations

“The Activist as Content Provider” workshop accepted for 2012 International Sociology Association TG05 Conference in Buenos Aires, Argentina, August 2012.

“Thinking Through Sketching” at Intent/Content conference of AIGA, Nashville, TN, 2007.

“Mapping Complex Concepts” at Intent/Content conference of AIGA, Nashville, TN, 2007.

“Field Research in Graphic Design: Imperfect and Necessary,” at Design Studies Forum’s special session “Alternative Models for Research and Writing in Design Studies” at College Art Association national conference, Atlanta, 2005.

“The Connoisseur and the Consumer,” at The Third International Conference on Design and Emotion, Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey, 2004.

Introduction of Hindu-Arabic Numerals into Europe” in Visible Language, vol. 38.3, 2004.

“The Connoisseur and the Consumer” in Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Design and Emotion, 2004.

“Shelf Life” in Inform, Issue 30, Spring 2004. “Field of Play” in Design of Pleasurable Products and Interfaces ’03 for Proceedings of ACM Digital Library, 2003.

“Field of Play,” at Design of Pleasurable Products and Interfaces, at Carnegie Mellon University, 2003.

“Something for Everyone: Designing for Distinct Visual Cultures” at <http://www.futurehistory.info/papers.html> , 2003.

“Something for Everyone: Designing for Distinct Visual Cultures,” at Future History conference of AIGA, University of Illinois Chicago, 2002.

“Packaging Desire: Taste and the Gourmet Foodstuff,” at Third International Conference on Design and Emotion at Loughborough University, Loughborough, England, 2002.

“Packaging Desire: Taste and the Gourmet Foodstuff” in Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Design and Emotion, 2002.

“Warning: Semantic Hazard” Accepted for publication by Trace, AIGA’s professional journal, 2001.

The House Book: A Record of Our Home, New York: Hugh Lauter Levin Associates, 1989.

 

 





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