Unconference 2015: Blackboard. Photo: Lydia Wysocki

Comics UnConference 2015: A Report by Applied Comics Etc founder Lydia Wysocki

  Comics creator Lydia Wysocki recently blogged about the Comics Unconference in Glasgow on 28th February 2015, what reads like a fascinating day devoted to Comic Studies, including developements in digital comics, and has kindly permitted us to repost her report here. It features photos from her trip to Scotland Street School Museum the day after, because learning and that…    Continue reading Comics UnConference 2015: A Report by Applied Comics Etc founder Lydia Wysocki

Comics Forum launches "scholar directory"

Today sees the launch of a new resource on the Comics Forum website. The scholar directory provides information on the biographies, research interests, conference papers and publications of scholars researching comics from around the world. The site runners tells us the hope is this will be useful in helping scholars to make connections, see whereContinue reading Comics Forum launches "scholar directory"

Comics Forum for comic studies gets overhaul, adds digital texts

(with thanks to Norman Boyd): The Comics Forum website (http://comicsforum.org) has recently had something of a makeover and now includes the addition of a new ‘Scholarly Resources‘ section for anyone interested in the study of comics (accessible from the top of all pages on the website). This section also includes a newly launched Digital TextsContinue reading Comics Forum for comic studies gets overhaul, adds digital texts

Comic Art Module launches soon at Jordanstone

A module which looks at historical and contemporary comic art practices and will include visits by top British comic creators is due to commence at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design at the University of Dundee this month. The expansive module will be available to current level 3 undergraduate students studying under theContinue reading Comic Art Module launches soon at Jordanstone