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
I am grateful to Salina Christmas for having interviewed me for Story of Books. I talked about Parables of Care, about the power of storytelling and superheroes, my comic and real-world heroes, etc.
Comics and Graphic Novels: The Politics of Form is a new interdisciplinary network and seminar series promoting the academic study of comics at Oxford. On Thursday 17 February 2017 they will host an event on Mexican Comics.
On Friday 20th January 2017, I will present within the Seminar Series at the Centre for Human Computer Interaction Design at City, University of London. The title of my talk is "Graphic Medicine: Using Comics as a Mental Health Information Resource". The seminar will be held in AG08, College Building, from 1pm - 2pm.
I used the Altmetric Explorer as a tool to discover articles about inequality. I cleaned the data to reflect the articles that interested me and then checked them for access and license type.
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
Excited to have a new peer-reviewed publication, a data paper on the Journal of Open Health Data: Farthing, A. & Priego, E., (2016). Data from ‘Graphic Medicine’ as a Mental Health Information Resource: Insights from Comics Producers. Open Health Data. 4(1), p.e3. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/ohd.25
I have co-edited with Dr Nicolas Pillai (Birmingham City University) a special collection of peer-reviewed research articles for The Comics Grid: Journal of Comics Scholarship. We have published a new addition to the collection.
The so-called Nabokov Genitalia Cabinet in Nabokov's former office at Harvard University's Comparative Zoology department. (Photograph from Nancy Pick's and Mark Sloan's The Rarest of the Rare: Stories Behind the Treasures at the Harvard Museum of Natural History).
Brilliant Corners: Approaches to Jazz and Comics is a special collection of peer-reviewed research articles co-edited by Dr Nicolas Pillai (Birmingham City University) and myself for The Comics Grid: Journal of Comics Scholarship.
If you have used open data in your teaching practice we would like to hear from you. It's only three questions.
Our idea submitted to Jisc's Research Data Spring was successful in passing to the next stage. Today I´ll participate in a workshop in London to present the idea.