CHI2021 extended abstract now deposited.
This is most likely my last post from 2020. I have deposited on figshare a basic sheet listing a selection of my articles, blog posts and outputs I published openly during 2020.
To wrap-up the year and the decade.... Dunley, K., Priego, E. and Wilkins, P., 2020. Our Pandemic Year: On the Comics Scholarship to Come. The Comics Grid: Journal of Comics Scholarship, 10(1), p.15. DOI: http://doi.org/10.16995/cg.227
Sharing the article for UK Black History Month Linda Berube and I wrote for the City, University of London News, saying ‘grand narratives’ in comics research must be challenged.
Like London buses, two new journal articles appeared nearly at the same time today.
We have deposited the accepted manuscript of “Comics as COVID-19 Response: Visualising the Experience of Video-conferencing with Ageing Relatives” in City Research Online.
“Comics as COVID-19 Response: Visualising the Experience of Video-conferencing with Ageing Relatives” was published yesterday in ACM Interactions Magazine.
Announcing the release of a new output in the Parables of Care series: I Know How This Ends: Stories of Dementia Care (2020).
he Comics Grid: Journal of Comics Scholarship is open for submissions once again. I have published our Call for Papers 2019-2020 in the Humanities Commons CORE repository.
Meritage Press and Laughing/Ouch/Cube/Publications are pleased to announce the release of The Strip Hay(na)ku Project, a collection of hay(na)ku poems in comic strip form, edited and co-created by Ernesto Priego with contributors.
A new translation of Parables of Care (2017) makes comic about creative responses to dementia care available to German speaking audiences
This week saw the publication of a new journal article coauthored by Peter Wilkins and yours truly:
Priego, E. & Wilkins, P., (2018). The Question Concerning Comics as Technology: Gestell and Grid. The Comics Grid: Journal of Comics Scholarship. 8, p.16. DOI: http://doi.org/10.16995/cg.133