This post sets out some of my initial exploratory work for a wider project on the use of design thinking and practice by civil society actors in relation to econolegal aspects of the current talks on the possible reunification of Cyprus. It is an early insight into my work in progress, it is directed towards a non-specialist audience, … Continue reading Visual communication of division and reunification in Cyprus
Material (as opposed to digital) pictograms can be extremely useful for helping a researcher to better understand their own project, and to explain it to someone else. In 2016 I ran the second in a series of workshop entitled Visualising Social Science Research for the University of Kent Graduate School (see here for notes on the … Continue reading Exploring & explaining sociolegal research through pictograms
I was invited to respond visually to the concept of value in the context of a special issue of the London International Law Review devoted to the topic. I felt compelled to start at the most basic question: what is the relationship between the concept of value and any collection, including an academic special issue? I started … Continue reading VALUE
As part of my MA in Graphic Media Design at London College of Communication I was asked to explore how 'we formulate a critique and articulate a position through design' using the unfamiliar form of a visual essay, specifically by responding to one of three 'source materials' (articles). I chose Max Bruinsma's contribution, entitled 'Watching … Continue reading FATHOM
In March 2015 I ran a full day workshop at University of Kent for PhD students on Visual Communication of Social Science Research for Kent Graduate School.The aim was to attune students to the potential of visual materials at all stages of the research process, from conceptualisation, to data collection and analysis, to dissemination and impact … Continue reading Workshop on Visual Communication of Social Science Research
These are visualisations created in 2014 of my findings published in Perry-Kessaris (2008) Global Business, Local Law: The Indian legal system as a communal resource in foreign investment relations Ashgate.
(c) Amanda Perry-KessarisHow might one use the format of a two sided postcard to communicate about the econo-socio-legal? (c) Amanda Perry-Kessaris