Baron, Cohen, Simon: Mindblindness. An essay on autism and theory of mind.

Belting, Hans: Face and mask. A double history. 

Gannon, Rachel and Fauchon, Mireille: Illustration research methods

Leader, Darian and Groves, Judy: Lacan for beginners.

Mullin, Jill: Drawing Autism

Philips, Julie: The baby on the fire escape. Creativity, motherhood and the mind-baby problem. 

Pikkov, Ulo: Animasophy. Theoretical writings on the animated film. 

Rose, Gillian: Visual methodologies. An introduction to researching with visuals materials. 

Seppanen, Janne: The Power of the gaze. An introduction to visual literacy

Silverman, Kaja: The threshold of the visible world.

Smith, Vicky, and Hamlyn, Nicky: Experimental and expanded Animation. New perspectives and practices.








Evaluating Illustartion: Jaleen Groove

Illustrating Dementia: Nigel Smith

A psychoanalytic approach to illustration: Hanna Mumby


Practice makes imperfect: An introduction to the re-forming of mark-making in contemporary illustration: Grace Holliday

The dark side of empathy: Mimesiss, deception, and the magic of alterity: Rane willerslev and Nils Bubandt


‘I never realised everybody felt as happy as I do when I am around autistic people’:

A thematic analysis of autistic adults’ relationships with autistic and neurotypical friends

and family: Crompton et al.

On the ontological status of autism: the ‘double empathy problem: Damian Milton 

Perspective taking is two sided: Misunderstanding between people with Aspergers syndrome and their family members:  Heassman and Gillespie