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Konferencja w Warszawie: Comics in Culture/Culture in Comics
W dniach 2-3 czerwca 2016 na warszawskim Uniwersytecie SWPS (ul. Chodakowska 19/31) odbędzie się konferencja w języku angielski "Comics in Culture/Culture in Comics". Termin nadsyłania abstraktów mija 1 marca. Zapraszamy do rozwinięcie newsa po więcej szczegółów (w języku angielskim).
The aim of the conference is to present a wide array of perspectives of different forms of comics and their role in culture. Comics, as a unique combination of literature and visual arts, spanning from child entertainment, through popculture, to independent artistic expression, are a great source of interdisciplinary research. This is why we welcome entries on variety of topics exploring the relations between them and culture.
We welcome proposals from all disciplines. Possible topics include (but are not limited to) the following themes and subject areas:
adaptations of comics
comics and the culture of convergence
comics and the quotidian
comics as a medium of culture
comics as objects of study
DIY culture and comics
subculture and comics
the culture of comics
the role of comics in culture
the role of culture in comics
CALL FOR PAPERS
250-word proposals should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org by March 1, 2016. Notification of acceptance will be sent by April 1, 2016.
Proposals may be in Word, RTF, or PDF formats with the following information and in this order:
c) email address,
d) title of proposal,
e) body of proposal,
f) up to five keywords.
E-mails should be entitled: Comics in Culture Abstract.
There will be a possibility to submit articles to Kultura Popularna (a call for papers in the field of comics is planned).
The conference fee is PLN 350 and includes the following: two lunches, coffee breaks, and conference materials. Accommodation and travel costs are not included.
Dr Ian Hague (London College of Communication)
Dr Ian Hague is the author of Comics and the Senses: A Multisensory Approach to Comics and Graphic Novels (Routledge 2014) and the co-editor (with Carolene Ayaka) of Representing Multiculturalism in Comics and Graphic Novels (Routledge 2014). He has worked as an associate lecturer in the Film and Media Studies department at Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU), and at the University of Chichester. His teaching and research focuses on cultural and media history. At Chichester he taught on the second year module ‘Comparative micro-histories in contemporary Britain and the USA’, and on the third year module ‘History in the Graphic Novel’. He has also taught on the first year module ‘The Material World: Interpreting Historical Objects and Environments’. His research interests include comics theory, the senses and technology. At MMU he worked on the second/third year module ‘Reading the Graphic Novel’.
Ian is the director of Comics Forum (comicsforum.org), an annual academic event on comics that takes place in Leeds every November as part of the Thought Bubble sequential art festival (http://thoughtbubblefestival.com). The event aims to promote comics scholarship in the UK and around the world, and brings together a wide variety of speakers and thinkers to discuss the medium.
Ian did his BA in English at the University of Hull (2004-2007), his MA in Cultural Studies at the University of Leeds (2007-2008), and his PhD at Chichester (2008-2012). His PhD research looked at how comic strips and related forms (comic books, graphic novels etc.) engage all of the reader’s senses to communicate information and meaning.
Ian is also the co-creator (with Chris Fox) of AB Positive, a small-press anthology comic (abpositivecomic.com).
SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities
Faculty of Cultural Studies and Languages
English Studies Research Group
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