A new chapter just got published! “Medievalist Comic Book Characters and Their Feminist Readers”, in 21st Century Medievalisms: Between the Global and Individual, edited by Karl Christian Alvestad (2023). Here’s a short excerpt: In cosplay, by avoiding the “new” Red […]
We had a great time at the Historiographics Conference held at the Amerikahaus in Munich this June! The main keynote speaker for the conference was none other than Hillary Chute who gave a talk titled “Comics at the End of […]
UPDATE: The book proposal was accepted by Palgrave Macmillan Studies in Comics and Graphic Novels. Words cannot describe how excited I am to be working on this project. The initial manuscript should be finished by the end of 2023. […]
The History in Comics conference hosted at Palacký University was a success! You can see the program and project information a HistoryinComics.org Looking forward to continuing to work on these topics in future conferences and projects.
A graphic article in Comics Grid – read it online here and there’s also a link to download the pdf. This article in comics form looks at the phenomenon of nun characters appearing in contemporary comics as a unified trope. […]
First post on the new website! Is representation in comics a net positive no matter what? There have been several comics series which uplift female and gender diverse characters, even championing queer love and …all wrapped up in medievalist fantasy! […]