Welcome to the first of two keynote addresses from the 2019 Graphic Medicine conference, the theme of which was, “Queerying Graphic Medicine: Paradigms, Power, and Practice.” Meg-John Barker’s keynote address fits perfectly with this framing of our conference and our work in Graphic Medicine. Meg-John is the author of a number of popular books on sex, gender, and relationships, including Queer: A Graphic History, How to Understand your Gender, Life isn’t Binary, Enjoy Sex (How, When, and IF You Want To), Rewriting the Rules, The Psychology of Sex, and The Secrets of Enduring Love. They have also written a number… Read More
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The episode opens with Alice Jaggers and host MK Czerwiec discussing Graphic Medicine News. That segment is followed by Whit Taylor‘s keynote address from the 2018 Comics & Medicine conference in White River Junction, Vermont. See the main website post on this episode for images and links to all the comics whit mentions. Download episode.
This month’s episode features Susan Squier’s full keynote from this year’s Graphic Medicine conference at the Center for Cartoon Studies in White River Junction, Vermont. Her talk is titled “Graphic Medicine: The Scales of Comics Work.” You will hear Susan introduced by Juliet McMullin. The images Susan cites directly in her talk can be found on the Graphic Medicine webpage that features this episode. Stay tuned to the end of Susan’s talk for a special announcement! Download episode.
In this last GM podcast episode of 2018, Matthew Noe and MK Czerwiec discuss the Graphic Medicine year in review and they look forward to 2019. Listen to the episode to hear our picks for notable books of 2018, highlights of 2018, and what we are looking forward to in 2019. Support for this podcast comes from Penn State College of Medicine, Department of Humanities, the nation’s oldest Humanities Department within a medical school, pioneers of innovations in medical education since 1967. Download episode.
This month’s episode features a recording of the Mental Health Comics Panel from MICE 2018,Moderated by A. David Lewis, MCPHS University. Panelists include: Lucy Bellwood – 100 Demon Dialogues, Kevin Budnik (Handbook), LB Lee (MPD for You & Me), Robyn Smith (Saddest, Angriest Black Girl in Town) and Rachel Lindsay (Rx). Support for this podcast comes from Penn State College of Medicine, Department of Humanities, the nation’s oldest Humanities Department within a medical school, pioneers of innovations in medical education since 1967. Download episode.
In this month’s episode, we hear from Alice Jaggers, medical librarian and new addition to the website management team. We learn about how she got involved with Graphic Medicine, what she presented at our conference this summer, and what she hopes to see in the future. Enjoy! Download episode.
On this month’s episode, Matthew and MK recap meeting up at the American Library Association conference in New Orleans. Download episode.
The June episode of the podcast features Graphic Medicine news with Matthew Noe and an interview with Ellen Forney about her follow up to Marbles, Rock Steady: Brilliant Advice from My Bipolar Life. Enjoy! Download episode.
In this episode, an interview with Jenell Johnson, editor of the latest book in the Penn State University Press Graphic Medicine series, Graphic Reproduction. Also Graphic Medicine news with Matthew Noe. Download episode.
It was my great pleasure to have the opportunity to speak with Dr. Patricia Brennan, the first nurse and first woman to serve as Director of the National Library of Medicine. We discuss graphic medicine, its importance, and its applications. Hope you enjoy listening to this conversation as much as I enjoyed having it. Support for this podcast comes from Penn State College of Medicine, Department of Humanities, the nation’s oldest Humanities Department within a medical school, pioneers of innovations in medical education since 1967. To learn more about Penn State College of Medicine Department of Humanities, go to www2.med.psu.edu/humanities…. Read More