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Please contribute to this growing collection of resource lists, navigable by the tabs at the bottom of the page. It is a collective work-in-progress.
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BIPOC History, Theory, & Criticism
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AuthorEssay / Article / Chapter titleBook / Journal / Project titleEditor(s)PublisherYearPagesISBNURLKeywordsAnnotation
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Juan PascoeAn Early Mexican Typographic Ornament
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Hala Auji
Printing Arab Modernity: Book Culture and the American Press in Nineteenth-Century Beirut
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Tia BlassingameDear Book Arts: African American Artists and the Book FormFreedom of the Presses: Artists' Books in the Twenty-First CenturyBooklyn20185-13
978-0692166789
book arts, book artists, students, scholars, african-american, black book artists, education
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Robert FraserBook History Through Postcolonial Eyes: Rewriting the ScriptRoutledge20089780415402934Book history, postcolonial studies, Africa, South Asia, oral tradition,
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Amos Paul Kennedy, Jr.Social Book BuildingTalking the Boundless Book: Art, Language, and the Book ArtsCharles Alexander
MN Center for the Book/Distributed Art Publisher
199545 - 55
978-1879832091
Minnesota Center for the Book, social printing, Langston Hughes, DIY, book arts for children, african-american, black
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Aimee LeeHanji Unfurled: One Journey Into Korean Papermaking
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Divya Victor
>>[WOMAN WAILING]: On the problem of Representing Trauma as a Brown Woman Within the Institution of Poetry
Poetry Foundation
2019
https://www.poetryfoundation.org/harriet/2019/04/woman-wailing-on-the-problem-of-representing-trauma-as-a-brown-woman-within-the-institution-of-poetry?fbclid=IwAR0VIp6XbFd52GLOU2CrSxmhi0P_t4B7qanfreKJjTTrniEHabnCmdFYmNM
Poetry, trauma, pain, postcolonial studies, social media, academia
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Marcy J. Dinius“Look!! Look!!! at This!!!!”: The Radical Typography of David Walker’s AppealPMLA Volume 126, Number 1201155–72
Book history, typography, slavery, free blacks, 19th century, abolitionism, african-american
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Caroline FazziniBookworks as Networks: Feminist Artists' Book Projects of the 1980-90s2018http://d-scholarship.pitt.edu/35433/
Connections project/Conexus, Coast to Coast: A Women of Color National Artists' Book Project, Josely Carvalho, Sabra Moore, Clarissa Sligh, Faith Ringgold, book arts exhibitions, feminist art
unpublished undergraduate thesis, University of Pittsburgh
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Saki MafundikwaAfrikan Alphabets: The Story of Writing in Afrika
Mark Batty Publisher
2006
978-0972424066
typography, graphic design, Africa, Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe Institute of Vigital Arts
Out of print currently, at talk in early 2020 the author said it should go back into print soon. Talk is here: https://vimeo.com/showcase/5951685/video/413703126
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Joycelyn Moody and Howard Rambsy, IIAfrican American Print CulturesMELUS, Volume 40, Issue 3, Fall 2015, Pages 1–11
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Lara Langer Cohen (Editor), Jordan Alexander Stein (Editor)
Early African American Print Culture
https://www.upenn.edu/pennpress/book/14971.html
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Brigitte Fielder (Editor), Jonathan Senchyne (Editor)
Against a Sharp White Background:Infrastructures of African American Print
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Eric Gardner
Black Print Unbound: The Christian Recorder, African American Literature, and Periodical Culture
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Derrick R. Spires
The Practice of Citizenship: Black Politics and Print Culture in the Early United States
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Danky, James P., and Wayne A. Wiegand, eds.Print Culture in a Diverse America
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George Henderson and John K. Young, eds.Publishing Blackness: Textual Constructions of Race since 1850
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Candace WolfONEIL CANNON: The Story of a Radical Black Printer
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Jesse Erickson“The Gentleman’s Ghost: Patriarchal Eurocentric Legacies in Special Collections Design”Archives and Special Collections as Sites of ContestationMary Kandiuk2020
978-1-63400-062-8
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Pushing the Margins
Women of Color and Intersectionality in LIS
Rose L. Chou and Annie Pho2018
978-1-63400-052-9
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Felipe Ehrenberg, Magali Lara, and Javier Cadena"Independent Publishing in Mexico"Artists' Books: A Critical Anthology and SourcebookJoan Lyons
Visual Studies Workshop Press
1985167-1850-89822-041-6
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Felipe Ehrenberg"Cutting and pasting, metaphor of life"Book Art ObjectDavid Jury
Codex Foundation
200857-65
978-0-9817914-0-1
https://www.codexfoundation.org/publications/book-art-object
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Cecilia Vicuña"Knotations on a Quipu"Threads TalksSteve Clay and Kyle Schlesinger
Granary Books and Cuneiform Press
2016
978-1-88-712384-6
Book: https://www.granarybooks.com/book/1185/Steven_Clay_Kyle_Schlesinger+Threads_Talk_Series/
Audio: https://writing.upenn.edu/pennsound/x/Threads.php
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BIPOC Historical Figures, Movements, Publications
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Freedom's Journalthe first African-American owned and operated newspaper in the USAhttps://www.wisconsinhistory.org/Records/Article/CS4415
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Codex Azcatitlan1530 mesoamerican codex / Aztec, Mexica, migration, Tenochtitlan, Aztlán, colonizationhttps://www.wdl.org/en/item/15280/
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Ruth Ellis(1899-2000) black out-lesbian activist printer, first female owned printing company in MI
https://legacyprojectchicago.org/sites/default/files/2019-09/Ruth%20Ellis%20Lesson%20Plan.pdf
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Emory Douglas(1943-) Black Panther Minister of Culture, political graphics, black graphic design
https://www.culturetype.com/2019/04/23/emory-douglas-i-was-the-revolutionary-artist-of-the-black-panther-party/
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Broadside Press
Detroit based press that printed affordable black poetry broadsides (now Broadside Lotus Press)
http://www.broadsidelotuspress.org/dudley-randall-broadside-press
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Dox Thrash
(1893-1965), black American artist, printer, and printmaker, inventor carborundum print, WWI, WPA Graphic Arts Division
https://www.philamuseum.org/doc_downloads/education/ex_resources/doxThrash.pdf
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Elizabeth Catlett
(1915-2012), black American artist, printmaker, Mexico, University of Iowa, Taller de Gráfica Popular
http://www.artnet.com/artists/elizabeth-catlett/
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Emma Amos(1937-2020), black American artist, painter, printmakerhttps://emmaamos.com/
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Cherokee Phoenix
(1828- 1834, 1975-2000, 2017-) first newspaper published by Native Americans in the United States, published in the Cherokee language
https://www.cherokeephoenix.org/Article/Index/9955
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Experimental Printmaking Institute(1995-) printmaking studio at Lafayette College, founded by Curlee Holton https://epi.lafayette.edu/
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David Driskell(1931-2020) visual artist and scholar of African American art
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Robert Blackburn(1920-2003) artist, printmaker, educator
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Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop https://www.rbpmw-efanyc.org/
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Felipe Ehrenberg
(1943-2017) "Mexican artist who worked in painting, drawing, printmaking and performance, among other mediums. He also published books and magazines."
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Felipe_Ehrenberg
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UmbraLiterary magazine of the Umbra Group, published from 1963 - 1974.https://fromasecretlocation.com/umbra/https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Umbra_(poets)
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José Guadalupe Posada(1852-1913) Mexican printmaker, working in relief and lithography.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jos%C3%A9_Guadalupe_Posada
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Eclipse Archive, The Black Radical Tradition
"Eclipse is a free on-line archive focusing on digital facsimiles of the most radical small-press writing from the last quarter century."
http://eclipsearchive.org/black.html
poetry, black radical, digital facsimiles, online archive
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