This week, blogger Garry McLaughlin gives a quick overview of his research journey so far, including re-scoping practical work and allowing for methodologies to change as you encounter new scholarship. At the tender age of 39 and with roughly 10 years of illustrating, making comics and facilitating community arts under my belt, I entered academia. … Continue reading Isn’t Time Queer?
In this guest post, University of Glasgow PhD researcher Jordanna Conn explores how adaptations of comic books to film and TV shows, particularly within the Marvel Cinematic Universe, tend to leave behind or retcon important details of characters' lives or backgrounds, heavily impacting the Jewishness of specific characters. You can read more about Jordanna and … Continue reading Where Did All the Jewish Superheroes Go? The Changing Narrative of Character Backgrounds in Superhero Adaptations
In this series we interview PhD researchers across the arts and humanities in Scotland, and throughout the month of March we’re putting a special focus on women-identifying researchers. In this post, we hear from Jordanna Conn, who is a PhD researcher at the University of Glasgow. What year are you in, and at what school? … Continue reading 5 Minutes With… Jordanna Conn