Time: October 20, 2020 from 4pm to 5pm
Country: United Kingdom
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Event Type: webinar
Organized By: Paula Clemente Vega, Open Library of Humanities, and Ernesto Priego, The Comics Grid, Journal of Comics Scholarship, City, University of London
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Date: Tuesday 20 October 2020.
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On this inaugural webinar co-hosted by Paula Clemente Vega (Open Library of Humanities) and Dr Ernesto Priego (editor, The Comics Grid; City, University of London) panelists Dr Jeanette D'Arcy (University of South Wales) and Dr Miranda Corcoran (University College Cork) will discuss their respective Comics Grid articles on Alison Bechdel's Fun Home (2006) and Emily Carroll’s Through the Woods (2014).
Participants are strongly encouraged to read both articles in preparation for the webinar.
Articles to discuss:
• D’Arcy, J., 2019. Troubling Boundaries and Negotiating Dominant Culture: Fun Home as a Transmedial Text. The Comics Grid: Journal of Comics Scholarship, 9(1), p.17. DOI: http://doi.org/10.16995/cg.146
• Corcoran, M., 2020. Bleeding Panels, Leaking Forms: Reading the Abject in Emily Carroll’s Through the Woods (2014). The Comics Grid: Journal of Comics Scholarship, 10(1), p.5. DOI: http://doi.org/10.16995/cg.198
Dr Jeanette D'Arcy is an independent scholar who gained her PhD at the University of South Wales’ Atrium in Cardiff. Her research interests include performance and theatre studies, adaptation and transmedia, intersectional feminism, the canon and popular culture, and the Gothic. Her interview with Dyad Productions about their adaptation of Jane Eyre appeared in JAFP in 2016. She's on Twitter @jeanettedarcy1.
Dr Miranda Corcoran is a lecturer in twenty-first-century literature at University College Cork. She is also the co-editor (with Steve Gronert Ellerhoff) of Exploring the Horror of Supernatural Fiction: Ray Bradbury's Elliott Family (Routledge, 2020). She's on Twitter @middleagedwitch.