1. No Glyph! Womxn in Type.

Rewriting History and Fighting the Typatriarchy (Published Dissertation).

A study into inclusive and collaborative models for design history, intersectionality within typography and promoting women in type. Format inspired by Monotype archival documents and 10” drawing squares – used by women of Monotype’s (all female) type drawing office (TDO) in the early 1900s. Readers are encouraged to interact with the unbound sheets, promoting collaborative reading and discussion (and referencing Martha Scotford’s concept of ‘Messy History’).