With great regret, and after serious deliberation, the Graphic Medicine conference scheduled for Toronto in July of this year has been cancelled due to the rapidly evolving COVID-19 pandemic. If you submitted a proposal, you will be contacted individually by the conference organizers in the next day or two. Please stay checked in with us on social media and here at GraphicMedicine.org for updates about alternative engagement opportunities in the coming days. Stay safe, be kind.
JULY 16-19, 2020 GRAPHIC MEDICINE IN/DURING TROUBLED TIMES: HEALTH, SOCIAL JUSTICE and HUMAN RIGHTS #GraphMed2020 For the most up-to-date 2020 Conference information, go to the 2020 Toronto Conference page. CFP in PDF format: GM 2020 CFP. Please share widely. The 2020 Graphic Medicine conference aims to encourage critical dialogues and interventions in/during troubled times with a specific emphasis on social justice and human rights. This year’s theme seeks connections between health, equity, and justice in an era of rapid ecological and societal upheaval. We invite submissions that address the relationship between health and such upheavals, as revealed through comics in its… Read More
The 2020 Graphic Medicine Conference will be held July 16 – 19, 2020 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada! This year’s theme will invite you to reflect on Graphic Medicine In/During Troubled Times: Social Justice and Human Rights. We will have the Call For Papers out by the 1st of December. Please keep an eye on the conference page. When referring to the conference on social media, please use the hashtag #GraphMed2020
Many of you have begun messaging about information for the 2020 Graphic Medicine Conference – we love your enthusiasm! We want to assure you that planning is ongoing, rapidly, and you should expect to begin seeing more information soon, including this year’s theme and call for papers. In the meantime, some of you may have missed our 2020 location as announced during the 2019 conference closing. The 2020 Graphic Medicine Conference will be held in Toronto, Canada! You may recall that the 2012 conference – Comics and Medicine: Navigating the Margins – was also held in Toronto, and the organizers… Read More