Panel 2C from the 2013 Comics & Medicine panel in Brighton brings us four presentations that relate to the theme of therapy.
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If you don’t have Quicktime, you can listen to an audio-only version of the keynote presentation below.
First up on this panel is Sarah Lightman (author of the forthcoming Book of Sarah from Myriad Editions) of the University of Glasgow and Laydeez do Comics with her talk, “Metamorphosing Difficulties – Post Traumatic Growth in the Autobiographical Comics of Sarah Leavitt, Nicola Streeten and Maureen Burdock. An article based on this talk will be published in the forthcoming book, ‘The Unspeakable: Narratives of Trauma,’ edited by Vikki Cecchetto, Magda Stroinska and Kate Szymanski (Peter Lang 2014).
The second presenter of the panel is Theresa N. Rojas of The Ohio State University with her presentation, “Therapy is Like This and This is Very Old: Lynda Barry’s Autobiofictionalography as Mirror Box Therapy.”
The third presentation is by Yasco Horsman of Leiden University with his presentation, “Psychoanalysis and Comics: Werner, Feldstein, Kamen.”
The final presentation is by Rachael Ball and is titled, “The Inflatable Woman” – A Graphic Novel in Progress.