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presentations and publications

presentations

joint

Prof. Dr. Irmela Marei Krüger-Fürhoff

Prof. Susan Merrill Squier, PhD

  • The Spaces Between: Negotiating Gender and Race in Transdisciplinary Comics Collaborations | Cologne: 13th Annual Conference of the German Society for Comics Studies (ComFor) "Spaces Between - Gender, Diversity and Identity in Comics". September 2018.
  • Epigenetics: Innovation of Memory? Life Science Paradigsm as Challenge and Opportunity for Historians | Berlin: Max Planck Institut für Bildungsforschung | "Epigenetics and the Epigenetic Landscape in Science and Culture". June 2018.
  • Scaling Graphic Medicine: How we collaborate (keynote speaker) | White River Junction, Vermont: 9th International Graphic Medicine Conference: “Comics and Medicine: The Ways we Work”. August 2018.
  • (podcast) A Look at Graphic Medicine (with Kathleen Hughes and Ellen Forney) | USA: Public Libraries Association. March 2018.
  • Parasites!: A Graphic Exploration of the Problem of Drug Development for Tropical Diseases | Tempe, USA: Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts. November 2017.
  • Natasha Myers’s Folding Into Being and Graphic Medicine | Tempe, USA: SLSA Book panel presentation, Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts. November 2017.
  • Epigenetic Landscapes: Drawing as a Mode of Caring | Leeds, UK: Oakley Memorial Lecture, Leeds University Program in Medical Humanities. October 2017.
  • The Invisible War: Scaling a Graphic PathoGeography | Seattle, USA: Comics and Medicine Conference "Access Points". July 2017.
  • Diary Comics, and the Diary in the Comic | Dundee, UK: workshop (with MK Czerwiec and Tahneer Oksman). Comics and Medicine Conference "Stages and Pages". July 2016.
  • Graphic Medicine | Madison, USA: J.C. and Ruth Halls Visiting Scholar Lecture, The University of Wisconsin, Madison. September 2016.
  • Are We Legitimating Comics to Death? | Panel Discussion. Berlin: Conference “Seriality: The many lives of the field that isn’t one”. June 2016.
  • with Irmela Marei Krüger-Fürhoff: On and Off: Rupture, Cohesion, and the ‘Narrative Thread’ in Graphic and Literary Memoirs of Neurodegenerative Diseases | Amsterdam, NL: Conference of the International Society for the Study of Narrative. June 2016.
  • Thinking with Chickens, in Science, Art, and Culture | New York, USA: Keynote presentation at the Stone Barnes Center for Food and Agriculture. March 2016.
  • Medical Imaging Across Art and Science | Paris, France: Centre Universitaire de Norvège à Paris, CUNP, Fondation Maison des Sciences de L'Homme. February, 2016.

Dr. Nina Schmidt

  • Beyond the Personal: The Social Critique of German Graphic Medicine | Birmingham: 30th WiGS anniversary conference. Aston University. November 2018.
  • German Graphic Medicine Voicing Systemic Critique: the Relation of Work, Illness and Dying in Elke R. Steiner’s Risiken und Nebenwirkungen (2010) and Marijpol’s Eremit (2013) | Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: 42nd GSA Annual Conference, September 2018.
  • Over/writing the Father? Crossing Dementia and the National Socialist Past in Tilman Jens’s Demenz (2009) | Berlin: International Workshop “Dementia, Violence, and the Politics of Memory in Contemporary Literature, Film, and Comics”. Freie Universität Berlin. September 2018.
  • Literarische Darstellungen der Kommunikation über Krankheit – literarische Darstellungen als Kommunikation von Krankheit | Atlanta, USA: 41st GSA Annual Conference (German Studies Association), “German Life Writing” Seminar. October 2017.
  • Sharing Memories of Loss: the Role of Photographs in Graphic Narratives of Bereavement | Ghent, Belgium: NNCORE Conference “Comics and Memory”. April 2017.
  • Self-reflexive Uses of Photography in Graphic Narratives Relating Dying and Bereavement | Cologne: 3. Workshop der AG Comicforschung der Gesellschaft für Medienwissenschaft “Formen der Selbstreflexivität im Medium Comic”. March 2017.
  • Voicing the Dying Self – Anticipating the ‘After-image’: Wolfgang Herrndorf’s Cancer Diary Arbeit und Struktur (2010-2013) | Aberystwyth, UK: 28th WiGS Conference (Women in German Studies) | November 2016.
  • Between Visibility and Vulnerability – Representations of Illness in Comics and Literature Today, and their Challenge to the Reader | Leeds, UK: Comics Forum 2016 “Genre: A Conference on Comics”. November 2016.
  • How to Read PathoGraphics, or: Ways of Looking | Berlin: Workshop “Pathography and Graphic Medicine: The Genres of PathoGraphics”. October 2016.

stef lenk

publications

joint

Prof. Dr. Irmela Marei Krüger-Fürhoff

Prof. Susan Merrill Squier, PhD

Dr. Nina Schmidt

stef lenk

  • (online) reviews of German language graphic illness narratives online at graphicmedicine.org
  • stef lenk: (with Irmela Marei Krüger-Fürhoff and Susan Squier): “Interview with stef lenk on The Quickening”. In: Irmela Marei Krüger-Fürhoff / Susan Merrill Squier (eds.) PathoGraphics. Narrative, Aesthetics, Contention, Community. University Park: Penn State University Press, 2020.
  • stef lenk: "The Quickening: Embryonic Stages in Visualising and Understanding Depression and Anxiety" in: The Anatomy of the Image. Netherlands: Brill Clio Medica series (forthcoming)