Sharing the video recording and slides of my presentation on 10 December 2020 within the III Publishing, Research and Library and Information Science symposium organised by the Universidad Agustiniana, Bogotá, Colombia.
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.
Este jueves 26 de noviembre a las 11am UTC-3 tendré el placer y el honor de participar en #NoviembreHD en el panel sincrónico en línea titulado "Un sur epistemológico para las Humanidades Digitales". Información completa haciendo click en el título.
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).
At The Comics Grid: Journal of Comics Scholarship, the most frequent query I receive is about the time it takes to get a decision and get published. I share here my position on article processing times in the journal.
How has my thinking changed in relation to Twitter use by academics? I bullet-point some ideas that can be taken if desired as tips or strategies by those academic colleagues who are new to Twitter.
In the second episode of the City Interaction Lab podcast Stuart Scott hosts Rik Williams from Alzheimer's Society.
A listing of the articles we have published so far in 2019 in the journal (our 9th volume!) until the 30th of August 2019.
Video and slides from my DH2019 presentation, DH2019 Conference, Utrecht, the Netherlands, 10 July 2019.
This post discusses the limitations of University Module Evaluation processes and shares a series of recommendations that could improve their design and implementation.
On learning to interrogate our own privilege in order to build more transparent, accountable, fairer scholarly organisations.