Sharing the article for UK Black History Month Linda Berube and I wrote for the City, University of London News, saying ‘grand narratives’ in comics research must be challenged.
The advert for the UK Digital Comics information and publishing practices: from creation to consumption PhD studentship opportunity is now available.
The British Library and City, University of London will offer a fully-funded PhD studentship on ‘Understanding UK digital comics information and publishing practices: From creation to consumption.’
'Building Scholarly Resources for Wider Public Engagement' was a full day workshop that took place at Oxford University on Friday 13 June 2014. I have uploaded an XLS file which contains 692 Tweets tagged with #DHCOxf.
Today I'll lead a workshop with James Baker in Oxford as part of he DH Crowdscribe Project's Promoting Interdisciplinary Engagement in the Digital Humanities AHRC Collaborative Skills series.
This month I will be participating as a "curator" of the Digital Reading Network’s blog by posting some brief articles around the general topic of “digital comics”.
I am honoured to be listed as a consultant of the Digital Reading Network.
I have done an edit of the deck of slides I showed at the Forms of Innovation workshop at the University of Durham last Saturday 27th April 2013 to share online. You can download it as a .pptx file, and use it under a CC BY license, from Figshare.
Yesterday I attended the Digital Transformations Moot organised by the Arts and Humanities Research Council in London. This morning I used Martin Hawksey's TAGSExplorer to create a visualisation of a Google spreadsheet archive of the #digitrans tweets.
Sarah-Louise Quinnell and I will be presenting Networked Researcher at the AHRC's Digital Transformations Moot.