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ELU3009
Module Reading List

Language for Arts and Humanities, 2017/18, Semester L53

Core Texts: 

 Heidegger, M. ‘What Calls for Thinking?’ in Basic Writings: from Being and Time (1927) to The Task of Thinking (1964). Krell, D ed. 1993. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul. pp. 369-91. (scanned paper).

 Moon, J. 2008. ‘The person as a critical thinker’ in Critical thinking : an exploration of theory and practice ISBN: 9780415411790 (pbk.); 0415411793 (pbk.); 0415411785 (hbk.); 9780415411783 (hbk.); 0203944887 (ebk.); 9780203944882 (ebk.). London: Routledge. pp. 19-56 and pp. 65-89. (e-book) 

 Ward, T. B. and Kolomyts, Y. 2010. ‘Cognition and Creativity’. In: Kaufman, J. C. and Sternberg, J. eds.  The Cambridge handbook of creativity ISBN: 9780521513661; 0521513669; 9780521730259 (pbk.); 0521730252 (pbk.). New York: Cambridge University Press. pp. 93-108 (e-book).

 Weisberg, R. W. 2006. ‘The Study of Creativity’ in Creativity : understanding innovation in problem solving, science, invention, and the arts ISBN: 0471739995 (cloth); 9780471739999. Hoboken, N.J.:Wiley. pp. 59-103. (e-book).

 Weisberg, R. W. 2006. ‘The Cognitive Perspective in Creativity. Part 1: Ordinary Thinking, Creative Thinking and Problem Solving’ in Creativity : understanding innovation in problem solving, science, invention, and the arts ISBN: 0471739995 (cloth); 9780471739999. Hoboken, N.J.:Wiley. pp. 104-152. (e-book).

 Zhang, L. 2014. ‘The Pale Cast of Thought': On the Dilemma of Thinking and Action. New literary history. ISSN: 0028-6087: A Journal of Theory and Interpretation 45(2) pp.281-297. (e-article).

 Moon, J. 2004. ‘Exploring Reflective and Experiential Learning’ in A handbook of reflective and experiential learning : theory and practice. London: Routledge Falmer. pp. 69-130. (e-book).

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Secondary Reading List:

 Ambrožič, M. and A. Vettese (eds.), Art as a Thinking Practice (2013).  

 Bowell, T. and G. Kemp, Critical Thinking: A Concise Guide (2002).

 Cross, N., Design thinking : understanding how designers think and work ISBN: 9781847886361 (pbk.) : £14.99; 9781847886378 (hbk.) : £45.00; 184788637X (hbk.) : £45.00; 1847886361 (pbk.) : £14.99; 9781847888464 (ebook) (2011).

 De Bono, E., Practical thinking : four ways to be right, five ways to be wrong, five ways to understand ISBN: 0224005472 (1971).

 De Bono, E., ‘New Thinking’, Think : philosophy for everyone ISSN: 1477-1756; 1755-1196, Vol 1, Issue 1, (03/2002). (Full article online).

 Dewey, J., How We Think (1910).

 Dey, J., ‘Digging’ in Ambrožič, M. and A. Vettese (eds.), Art as a Thinking Practice (2013).   

 Mcleod, K. and L. Holdridge (eds.), Thinking through art : reflections on art as research ISBN: 9780415576338 (2009)

 Moeller, M.,Cutler, K. Fiedler, D. and L. Weier, ‘Visual Thinking Strategies = Creative and Critical Thinking’ in The Phi Delta Kappan ISSN: 0031-7217, vol 93, 3 (November 2013). (e-journal)

 Runco, M.A., and J.J. Garrett, ‘The Standard Definition of Creativity in Creativity research journal ISSN: 1040-0419, vol 24, 1, (2012). (e-journal)

 Schiller, W. (ed.), Thinking through the arts ISBN: 9057024969 (2000).

 Sternberg, R. J., (ed.) Handbook of creativity ISBN: 0521576040 (pbk); 0521572851 (1999).

 Sternberg, R. J., ‘The Nature of Creativity’ in Creativity research journal ISSN: 1040-0419, Vol 18, 1, (2010). (e-journal).

 Ware, C., Visual thinking : for design ISBN: 9780123708960 (pbk.) : £24.99; 0123708966 (pbk.) : £24.99 (2008).

This list was last updated on 14/07/2017