A Historiographic Analysis of Visual Texts: Reviewing Information Graphic Methodologies as a Means of Historical Argument
This presentation examines the use of visual texts as a medium of communication for historical argument, emphasizing methods for interpretation and an analysis of successful visualization methods.
||Information Design, History, Visualization, Communication, Graphics
The International Journal of the Book, Volume 4, Issue 3, pp.1-14.
Article: Print (Spiral Bound).
Article: Electronic (PDF File; 2.166MB).
I am a current Master of History graduate student at the University of Georgia where I current teaching assist for Amercian History discussion sections. I have previously taught at the Atlanta College of Art, owned and operated a successful graphic design fim, and have been published in Newsweek and Creative Loafing Atlanta. My research interests include the history of Islam and West in conflict -- specifically the Iran Hostage Crisis -- and the use of information technologies and inforamtion design systems in the communication of complex materials -- specifically in regards to multivariate academic and intelligence communications.
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