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.
Here’s a listing of the articles we published during 2019, our 9th volume, by section.
A listing of the articles we have published so far in 2019 in the journal (our 9th volume!) until the 30th of August 2019.
It was a very busy year for The Comics Grid: Journal of Comics Scholarship.
Inspired by Altmetric's annual Top 100 list I used the Altmetric Explorer to search for the top articles with keyword ‘comics’ mentioned in the past 1 year. I shared the dataset on figshare.
I interviewed Will Eisner about storytelling in Mexico City on 2 May 1999. I have digitised the original tape recording, edited my questions out and uploaded the mp3 file to figshare.
I have finally published an archive of #transitions4 (2013) I collected more than a year ago, and that I have published a post on the Comics Grid blog summarising some data from my archives of tweets from comics conferences this year.
I have created and uploaded a file that contains three archives of Tweets corresponding to the #Transitions5, #ComicsForum14 and #ICAF14 hashtags (case not sensitive).
I was featured today in the news section of City University London’s web site. The piece is titled “Taking Comics Seriously”.
I am very happy to announce the publication of a new cluster at MediaCommons' The New Everyday: "The Multimodality of Comics in Everyday Life" edited and curated by David N. Wright and myself.
I share the programme for the Comica Symposium 2012, Transitions 3: Mapping New Directions in Comics Studies, Saturday 3 November, Birkbeck College, London.