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CFA AR 882 Graphic Design/Design Studio





Anthropology in Action 28(1) 2021

ABSTRACT: The World Health Organization declared the COVID-19 pandemic on 11 March 2020, and the world has been different ever since. Recalling the work of Victor Turner and Arnold van Gennep, this article explores how their ideas about rituals and rites of passage can be used to make sense of the pandemic. In particular, it seeks to show how using the structure of rituals of separation and incorporation and liminality can unpack and highlight changing ideas about temporality, embodiment and relationships.
KEYWORDS: Arnold van Gennep, ethnographic biography, liminality, pandemic experience, rites of passage, rituals, Victor Turner

Graphic Design

Graphic Design/Design Studio
This Guide will help you research the principles and fundamentals of graphic design as well as specific topics and techniques related to your projects. Find resources about aesthetics, best practices, project design and creation including user centered design, technology and project management.


Tools for Architects, Artists, Designers, Developers, Engineers, Inventors, and Makers

Design books







From liminal spaces to the spatialities of liminality
Banfield, Janet
Area (London 1969), 2022

Liminality: A Close Study of Historical Roots and Theoretical Structure
Rana, Shalini ; Pandya, Digvijay
Language in India, 2021, Vol.21 (10), p.21



Developing a Design Concept