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
Where I share an invitation to two online events where I will participate this week.
Tuesday 20 October 2020. 4-5pm BST. Dr Jeanette D'Arcy (University of South Wales) and Dr Miranda Corcoran (University College Cork) will discuss their articles on Alison Bechdel's Fun Home (2006) and Emily Carroll’s Through the Woods (2014).
An 18-year old clip of me being interviewed by Gregory Gransden on Mexican Comic Books for Greg's 2002 Historietas documentary.
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.
Special Collection CFP: Translation, Remediation, Spread: The Global Circulation of Comics in Digital Distribution: Deadline for submissions: June 2021
Here’s a listing of the articles we published during 2019, our 9th volume, by section.
We had the inaugural meeting of the City HCID Comics, Games & Media Research Group this week! The Comics, Games & Media Research Group is dedicated to exploring the interconnections between interaction design and narrative media. The Group’s membership is comprised by academic staff and research students at the Centre for Human-Computer Interaction Design and … Continue reading Inaugural meeting of the Comics, Games & Media Research Group & First Blog Post
A listing of the articles we have published so far in 2019 in the journal (our 9th volume!) until the 30th of August 2019.
Yesterday the editorial my colleague Nicolas Pillai and I co-wrote was published on The Comics Grid: Journal of Comics Scholarship: Brilliant Corners: Approaches to Jazz and Comics. The Comics Grid: Journal of Comics Scholarship. 6, p.12. DOI: http://doi.org/10.16995/cg.92
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.