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Visuality From Intercultural Perspectives: Technologies of Imaging in Communication, Art and Social Science

Aleksandra Łukaszewicz Alcaraz; Michael Fleming; Giuseppe Capriotti; Jerzy Luty; Maria Czerepaniak-Walczak; Lidia Marek; Agnieszka Szajner; Grażyna Czubińska; Rosita Deluigi; Michal Kolecek; Adela Machova; Flavia Stara; Noluvuyo Mjoli; Radoslaw Nagay; Lidia Sapińska

The first monograph published within project "Technologies of Imaging in Communication, Art and Social Sciences" (TICASS), edited by Aleksandra Lukaszewicz Alcaraz and Michael Fleming, presents the early results of an ongoing collaborative research project funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020. The book advances understanding of the functioning of visual space in different places and cultures and indicates how different visual literacies shape communication within and between communities. Contributors to this volume work in a range of disciplines in the social sciences, in the humanities, as well as in art and business. The book should be of interest to scholars working on visual culture, aesthetics, art., communication, education, and interculture studies, as it makes a valuable contribution to the historical and cultural understanding of visual communication.

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