Below is a list of texts published elsewhere that are part of The Colour Balance Project:
Lorna Roth. Forthcoming. Colour Balance: Race, Technologies, and “Intelligent Design,” an e-book in which I am examining the ways in which skin colour has been imagined, embedded and colour-shifted over time in products and technologies.
Lorna Roth. Forthcoming, 2012. “The Fade-Out of Shirley, a Once-Ultimate Norm: Colour Balance, Image Technologies, and Cognitive Equity,” in Ronald E. Hall, Ed. The Melanin Millennium. Springer Publications.
Lorna Roth. October 2011. “Flesh in Wax: Demystifying the Skin Colors of the Common Crayon.” Jonathan Finn, Ed. In Visual Communications Reader. Oxford University Press.
Lorna Roth. April, 2009. “Looking at Shirley, the Ultimate Norm: Colour Balance, Image Technologies, and Cognitive Equity,” in Canadian Journal of Communication. Vol. 34, No. 1, 2009: 111 – 136.
Lorna Roth. April 9, 2009. “Home on the Range: Kids, Visual Culture, and Cognitive Equity,” in Cultural Studies /Critical Methodologies, Special Issue on Race and Kids Culture.