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Hire Dr. Elzbieta K.
United States
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Infographics Designer; Technical Illustrator | 20+ years of experience in visualization and Academic Publishing

Profile Summary
Subject Matter Expertise
Research Secondary Data Collection
Work Experience

Adjunct Assistant Professor

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

October 2015 - Present

Researcher & Scholarly Consultant


2015 - Present

Infographics, Graphic Designer, Illustrator


1985 - Present

Managing Editorial Assistant

University of Illinois Press

October 2016 - October 2018

Art for Empowerment Educator


August 2003 - August 2017

Graduate Teaching Assistant

University of Illinois

2008 - 2011

Visiting Assistant Professor

Southern Illinois University Carbondale

2006 - 2008

Assistant Professor; Illustration Program Head

State University of New York

1996 - 2003


Capilano University

1995 - 1996


PhD (Educational Policy Studies; Women's and Gender Studies (minor))

University of Illinois

2008 - 2015

Master of Arts (Art Education)

University of Illinois

1993 - 1995

Master of Fine Arts (Graphic Design)

University of Illinois

1990 - 1993

no degree, study in Semiotics (Philosophy)

University of Warsaw

1985 - 1990

no degree, study in Philosophy (Philosopy)

University of Łódź

1982 - 1985

Bachelor of Fine Arts (Graphic Design & Textile Design)

Academy of Fine Arts

1979 - 1984

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Kazmierczak, E., & Storkerson, P. (in press). Understanding and making visualizations: Adventures in tacit knowledge. In M.-T. Cheng and Y. Cooper (Eds.), New Visions in Art Education Research and Practices. Shanghai, China: Shanghai Education Press.
Kazmierczak, E. (2004). Embodiment and image making. In W. Nöth and G. Ipsen (Eds.), Body, embodiment, disembodiment. International Congress of the German Association for Semiotic Studies. Kassel, Germany: Kassel University Press, ISBN 3-89958-045-1, cd-rom.
Kazmierczak, E. (2000). In the beginning was the circle: Longing for perfection as a semiotic paradigm. In A. Gimate-Welsh (Ed.), Selected Papers–6th Congress of the International Association for Semiotic Studies (629–640). Mexico City, Mexico: Grupo Editorial Miguel Angel Porrua.
Kazmierczak, E. (2001). Why do we want Tricksters? In C. W. Spinks (Ed.), Trickster an ambivalence: The dance of differentiation (143–151). Madison, WI: Atwood Publishing.
Kazmierczak, E. T. (2015). Interpreting Abuse from Self-Representational Drawings: A Mixed-Method Study (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Champaign, IL.
Kazmierczak, E. (1995). Universals in visual codification. Semiotische Berichte, 19(1–4), 131–152. Vienna, Austria: Institute for Socio-Semiotic Studies.
Kazmierczak, E. (2001). On Diagrammatic Nature of Representation: Art, Design, and Information as Modeling Forms of Thinking. Proceedings of The 6th World Congress of the International Association for Visual Semiotics: The Visual in the Age of Post-Visual, Laval University, Quebec City, Canada.
Kazmierczak, E. (1986 & 1990 fully revised). Principal choremes in semiography: Circle, square, and triangle. A historical outline. Warsaw, Poland: Institute for Industrial Design.