We met with professor Carey Jewitt in Sydney during 5ICOM (5th International Conference on Multimodality) where she was keynote speaker. Carey Jewitt is known to many of our readers as a nodal point in the international web of researchers interested in issues around multimodality and social semiotics. As in previous issues of the journal, our main intention with the interview is to give some further insights regarding interests and influences that form a background to her theoretical work.
How to Cite:
Lindstrand, F. (2011). Interview with Carey Jewitt. Designs for Learning, 4(1), 48–55.