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Comics Forum 2011 Audio

16 Dec

Audio files from Comics Forum 2011 are now available for download in MP3 format.

Graphic Medicine: Visualizing the Stigma of Illness

Ian Williams’ introduction to Graphic Medicine: Visualizing the Stigma of Illness is available for direct download as an MP3 here (07:26, 6.9MB (right click and ‘Save target as…’)). Online streaming and alternative download formats are available here.

Sarah Leavitt’s talk ‘Documenting a Family’s Struggles with Alzheimer’s Disease: Using Comics to Break Through Stigma and Silence’ is available here (35:08, 32.2MB).Online streaming and alternative download formats are available here.

New talks will be added to the Comics Forum 2011 conference archive as they are released, and you can also subscribe to the Graphic Medicine podcast to receive all episodes of the series directly through iTunes here.

Materiality and Virtuality: A Conference on Comics

The second keynote session from Materiality and Virtuality: A Conference on Comics is available for direct download as an MP3 here (01:10:48, 64.9MB). Online streaming and alternative download formats are available here.

This talk featurs keynote speakers Tim Dant, Matthew Sheret and Tom Humberstone, and is introduced by Ian Hague. There are also contributions from Daniel Merlin Goodbrey, Dominic McNeil, Padmini Ray Murray, Hannah Wadle and others.

There is some background noise and music on this file due to the location of the recording, however, the speakers remain audible throughout.

The manifesto entitled ‘Declaration of The New Vague’, which was included in the first issue of Solipsistic Pop and is discussed by the speakers is available to read online here.

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