Interpreting Ceramics, selected essays demonstrates the diverse interests explored by a range of international writers on ceramics since the year 2000. The essays were originally published on-line in the journal Interpreting Ceramics (www.interpretingceramics.com) and have been selected to represent the first ten years of the journal content. Written by practitioners as well as leading academics, they vary in length, tone and approach. Some were accepted for publication through the journal’s normal peer-review process, others began life as conference papers and others were submitted in response to special initiatives such as the ‘Speak for Yourself’ project. Collectively they reflect the vibrant and scholarly debate that has characterised the web pages of Interpreting Ceramics and underline its contribution to the field.
Contributing Authors include both editors and:
Alison Britton, Christie Brown, Richard Carlton, Michael Casson, Garth Clark, Emmanuel Cooper, Wilma Cruise, Mary Drach McInnes, Eugene Dwyer, Carole Epp, Christine Longworth, Ozioma Onuzulike, Matthew Partington, Elizabeth Perrill, Geraint Roberts, Anders Ruhwald and Moira Vincentelli
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