Readings

Readings for ENG 1101 Ways of Seeing 2019 (subject to change):

Berger, John. β€œChapter 1.” Ways of Seeing. New York: Penguin, 1972. Print.

—. β€œEpisode 1.” Ways of Seeing. BBC Video. 1972. YouTube.com. October 12, 2012.

—. β€œEpisode 2.” Ways of Seeing. BBC Video. 1972. YouTube.com. October 31, 2016.

—. β€œEpisode 3,” Ways of Seeing. BBC Video. 1972. YouTube.com. October 9, 2012.

—. β€œEpisode 4.” Ways of Seeing. BBC Video. 1972. YouTube.com. October 9, 2012.

Berko, Lex. β€œWhat If You Could Choose Between the Fastest Route and the Most Beautiful?” CityLab. July 17, 2014. Web.

Gershman, Vadim. β€œWhat is a Designer Statement?: Reinfurt, Goggin, Dixon.” Part 1 of 6.Β Walker Magazine: The Gradient. December 5, 2011. Web.

—. β€œWhat is a Designer Statement? (Part 2): Krishnamurthy, Ibarra, Pesko, Heller, Experimental Jetset.” Walker Magazine: The Gradient. December 6, 2011. Web.

—. β€œWhat is a Designer Statement? (Part 3): Ponik, Lupton, Eatock, Nelson, Yegir.” Walker Magazine: The Gradient. December 7, 2011. Web.

—. β€œWhat is a Designer Statement? (Part 4): Sulki and Min, Stewdio, Brandt, Olson, Catalogtree.” Walker Magazine: The Gradient. December 14, 2011. Web.

—. β€œWhat is a Designer Statement? (Part 5): Lehni, Geisler, Killian, Cezzar, Malinoski.” Walker Magazine: The Gradient. December 16, 2011. Web.

—. β€œWhat is a Designer Statement? (Part 6): Canniffe, Bierut, Smith, Rezac, Baker.” Walker Magazine: The Gradient. December 27, 2011. Web.

Gosling, Emily. β€œToday’s Design Grads Are More Woke Than Everβ€”and It’s Looking Great.” AIGA Eye on Design, July 25, 2019. Web.

Egan, Jennifer. β€œReading Lucy.” Brooklyn Was Mine. Eds Chris Knutsen and Valerie Steiker. New York: Riverhead Books, 2008. 21-32. Print.

Lupton, Ellen. β€œWhy Collaborate.” Ellen Lupton. Elupton.com. October, 2009. Web. Originally published 2005. Web.

Lupton, Ellen, and Julia Lupton. “Univers Strikes Back.” Ellen Lupton. Elupton.com. December 2011. Web. Originally published in Helen Armstrong, Graphic Design Theory: Readings from the Field. Princeton: Princeton Architectural Press, 2009.

McGrath, Charles. β€œA Literary Visitor Strolls in From the Airport.” The New York Times, December 6, 2006. Web.

Merchant, Brian. β€œThe Happiest and Saddest Places in New York City, According to Twitter.” Motherboard, August 20, 2013. Web.

Morrison, Toni. β€œNo Place for Self-Pity, No Room for Fear.” The Nation, March 23, 2015. Web.

Phillips, Tom. β€œA Humument.” Tom Phillips. Com. Web.

Β β€œProfessional protocol when choosing a Skype avatar.The Workplace. March 9, 2017 and following. Web.

Renando, Chad. β€œAn avatar analysis: Choosing your profile picture.” Sideways Thoughts, March 2011. Web.

Saint-Exupery, Antoine de. β€œThe Tool.” Wind, Sand and Stars. 1939. New York: Harcourt Brace, 1967. 41-47. Web.

Samarskaya, Ksenya. β€œNontsikelelo Mutiti on Interrogating the Euro-centric Design Canon.” AIGA Eye on Design, June 17, 2019. Web.

Scott, Janny. β€œHere, Poverty And Privilege Are Neighbors; Income Gaps Are a Source Of Resentment and Guilt.” New York Times March 3, 2003. Web.

Sisson, Patrick. β€œHow better photos can help you document, and shape, your neighborhood.” Curbed March 14, 2017. Web.

Sommers, Nancy. β€œRevision Strategies of Student Writers and Experienced Adult Writers.” College Composition and Communication, vol. 31, no. 4, 1980, pp. 378–388. JSTOR, www.jstor.org/stable/356588.

Steinberg, Saul. β€œView of the World from 9th Avenue.” The New Yorker, March 29, 1976. Web.

β€”. β€œView of the World from 9th Avenue.” Saul Steinberg Foundation. 1976. Web.

Ulin, David L. β€œWalk with Me.” Nevada Public Radio. KNPR.org, August 28, 2017. Web.

Venetucci Harvey, Michelle. β€œDesign avatars that make senseβ€Šβ€”β€Šand be more inclusive in the process.” UX Collective, May 2, 2017. Web.

Whitehead, Colson. β€œThe Way We Live Now: 11-11-01; Lost and Found.” The New York Times, November 11, 2001. Web.

β€œWhy We Still Need John Berger’s Ways of Seeing.” Dazed Digital: Arts and Culture. Dazeddigital.com. January 5, 2017. Web.

 

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