The Comics Grid Webinar Series - Graphic Science and Narrative Drawing: A Comics Grid Webinar with Lydia Wysocki and Paul Fisher Davies.
Posted by Paula Clemente Vega on 2021-05-05
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Graphic Science and Narrative Drawing: A Comics Grid Webinar with Lydia Wysocki and Paul Fisher Davies.
CC BY Lydia Wysocky
Date: Tuesday 1 June 2021.
Time: 4-5pm BST. Check your timezone here.
Registration: Free. Please register here.
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On this third webinar co-hosted by Paula Clemente Vega (Open Library of Humanities) and and Dr Nicolas Labarre (editor of The Comics Grid's Graphic Science Special Collection; Université Bordeaux Montaigne) panelists Lydia Wysocki (Newcastle University) and Dr Paul Fisher Davies (East Sussex College) will discuss the following Comics Grid articles:
• Wysocki L., (2018) “Farting Jellyfish and Synergistic Opportunities: The Story and Evaluation of Newcastle Science Comic”, The Comics Grid: Journal of Comics Scholarship 8(0). p.6. doi: https://doi.org/10.16995/cg.119
• Davies P., (2018) “Enacting Graphic Mark-Making: A Review of A Theory of Narrative Drawing”, The Comics Grid: Journal of Comics Scholarship 8(0). p.7. doi: https://doi.org/10.16995/cg.127
Lydia Wysocki is an educational researcher at Newcastle University, using sociocultural theory to explore how what people read influences how they understand the social world. She founded and leads Applied Comics Etc, working with subject specialists and comics artist-writers to make comics that communicate specific information.
Dr Paul Fisher Davies gained his Ph.D. in 2017 in the school of English at University of Sussex. His monograph Comics as Communication: A Functional Approach was published by Palgrave in December 2019. He has published in Studies in Comics, the Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics, and The Comics Grid amongst others, including academic work in comics form. He currently teaches English Language at East Sussex College in Lewes, UK. As well as studying and writing about graphic narrative form, he has written a collection of graphic short stories, with previews archived at www.crosbies.co.uk.
Hosts: Paula Clemente Vega (Open Library of Humanities) and Dr Nicolas Labarre (editor of The Comics Grid's Graphic Science Special Collection; Université Bordeaux Montaigne).
The Comics Grid Webinar Series offers an online opportunity to chat live with authors about their articles published recently in the journal. Each episode focuses on two articles whose potential thematic and/or methodological interconnections can be explored and contrasted in order to stimulate scholarly discussion, collective learning and further research. You can watch the previous two webinars of the series, here.
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The Comics Grid: Journal of Comics Scholarship seeks submissions for a new special collection: Translation, Remediation, Spread: The Global Circulation of Comics in Digital Distribution. Deadline for full-text submissions: June 2021. For full details please download our CFP.
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