[31.05.2018]

Der Comic ist über Dekaden hinweg als populärkulturelles Massenphänomen wahrgenommen worden, das (geschlechter-)stereotype Darstellungen manifestiert und damit gesellschaftlich fest- und fortschreibt. Die 13. Wissenschaftstagung der Gesellschaft für Comicforschung (ComFor) "Zwischenräume – Geschlecht, Diversität und Identität im Comic" widmet sich vom 17. bis 19. September 2018 an der Universität zu Köln diesen gesellschaftlichen Zuschreibungen.

Programm

17. September 2018

  • 10:30: Meeting of the German Society for Comics Studies (ComFor)
  • 12:00: Lunch Break
  • 13:00: Welcome & Introduction
    Conference Organizers | ComFor-Chair | Vice-Rectorate for Gender Equality and Diversity of the University of Cologne
  • 13:30: Artistic Lecture
    Philip Crawford (Berlin, GER): My Noose Around That Pretty's Neck
    Chair: Barbara Margarethe Eggert
  • 14:15: Panel 1: Representations of Dis/Ability
    Chair: Anne Waldschmidt
    Olga Tarapata (Köln, GER): Between Crooked Lines: Disability in E.T. Russian's Feminist Comic Books
    Natalie Veith (Frankfurt a.M., GER): Othering Voices and the Voice of the Other: The Depiction of Joseph Merrick in From Hell
    Jonas Neldner (Köln, GER): Noir Surrealism: The Hybrid Bodies of Charles Burns
  • 15:45: Coffee Break
  • 16:15: Panel 2: Graphic Medicine: Intersections of Comics, Health and Corporeality
    Chair: Christina Maria Koch
    Susan Merrill Squier (Pennsylvania, USA): The Spaces Between: Negotiating Gender and Race in Transdisciplinary Comics Collaborations
    Irmela Marei Krüger-Fürhoff (Berlin, GER): Telling and Showing Dis/Continuities: Comics on Dementia
    Alexandra Alberda (Poole, UK): The Gaze, the Other and the Exhibit: Curating Graphic Medicine
  • 17:45: Coffee Break
  • 18:30: Keynote 1
    Tahneer Oksman (New York City, USA): An Art of Loss
    Chair: Véronique Sina

18. September 2018

  • 9:30: Panel 3: Making Comics and Exhibiting their Physicality
    Chair: Christine Gundermann
    Erin La Cour (Amsterdam | Utrecht, NL): No Longer In-Between: Towards a Social Abstraction in Comics Exhibitions
    Ann Miller (Leicester, UK): The Nude and the Naked: From Fine Art to Comics
    Katharina Brandl (Basel, CHE) | Anne Elizabeth Moore (Detroit, USA): Do What You Love, or: About Precarious Living and Working Conditions in the Comics Industry
  • 11:00: Coffee Break
  • 11:30: Panel 4: (Trans-)Cultural Identities
    Chair: Laura Schlichting
    Anne Magnussen (Odense, DNK): Mexican Comics and the Revolution
    Anna Nordenstam (Gothenburg, SWE) | Margareta Wallin Wictorin (Karlstad, SWE): Talking Back Strategies in Swedish Feminist Comics
    Nina Mickwitz (London, UK): Precarity and the Gendered Migrant Body in Nina Bunjevac's Heartless
  • 13:00: Lunch Break
  • 14:45: Panel 5: (De-)Constructing Race and Ethnicity
    Chair: Marie Schröer
    Priscilla Layne (Chapel Hill, USA): Weyhe's Postcolonial Approach to the Documentary Graphic Novel
    Jonathan W. Gray (New York City, USA): Descendants of Kings and Queens: Black Panther and Entangled African Cosmopolitanism
    Jaqueline Berndt (Stockholm, SWE): Destabilizing Gender but not Race? Effeminate Boys, Caucasian Appearances, and Uncertain 'Gutters' in (Shōjo) Manga
  • 16:15: Coffee Break
  • 16:45: Panel 6: Superheroes Revisited: Intersections of Gender and Genre
    Chair: Stephan Packard
    Jeffrey Brown (Ohio, USA): Batman: Anchor for the Space Between
    Ranthild Salzer (Wien, AUT): Objectifying the Male: Early Superhero Comics as Fantasies of Masculinity
    Olivia Hicks (Dundee, UK): "No Place for Trespassers": The Supercats and the British Superheroine
  • 18:15: Coffee Break
  • 19:00: Keynote
    Carolyn Cocca (New York City, USA): Reproducing Inequality and Representing Diversity: The Politics of Gender in Superhero Comics
    Chair: Nina Heindl

19. September 2018

  • 9:00: Panel 7: Structures of Power and Difference in Superhero Comics
    Chair: Lukas R.A. Wilde
    Markus Engelns (Duisburg-Essen, GER): The "Man of Tomorrow" as Copy Template - Male Hegemony and its Reproduction in Superhero Comics
    Thomas P. Scholz (St. Louis, USA): Deconstructing the Superhero Genre: BDSM, Hypersexuality and Marshal Law
    Juliane Blank (Saarbrücken, GER): Rethinking the World of a Female Superhero. Marvel's Jessica Jones as an Example of a Gender-Sensitive Marvel Adaptation
  • 10:30: Coffee Break
  • 11:00: Panel 8: Queering Comics
    Chair: Daniel Stein
    Frederik Byrn Køhlert (Norwich, UK): Queer as Style: Ariel Schrag's High School Comic Chronicles
    Romain Becker (Lyon, F): The Binary Comics of a Non-Binary Artist: How Vaughn Bodé's Gender Structures his Work
    José Alaniz (Seattle, USA): TranSiberia and Queer Comics in Russia
  • 12:30: Lunch Break
  • 14:00: Panel 9: Fluide Körper [German]
    Chair: Ole Frahm
    Marina Rauchenbacher (Wien, AUT) | Katharina Serles (Dresden, GER): Gerahmt und zerstückelt. Zeichenhaftigkeit und Wahrnehmung von Körpern in Comics
    Anna Beckmann (Berlin, GER): Strategien der Ambivalenzen - Uneindeutige Geschlechteridentitäten im Comic
    Daniela Kaufmann (Graz, AUT): Color Change & Gender Fluidity. Zur Korrelation von Farbe und Geschlecht bei George Herrimans Krazy Kat
  • 15:30: Coffee Break
  • 16:00: Panel 10: Alternative Comics und Feminismus [German]
    Chair: Dietrich Grünewald
    Sylvia Kesper-Biermann (Hamburg, GER): "…denkt lieber mal nach, wie das so zu Hause bei euch läuft". Geschlechterverhältnisse in Alternativ-Comics der 1970er Jahre
    Kalina Kupczynska (Łódź, PL): BLUT, oder: Gender und Nationalität im polnischen Comic
    Sophie Bürgi (Basel, CHE): "Common scents": Geruchsregime und affektive Zwischenräume in Lynda Barrys Comic One! Hundred! Demons!
  • 17:30: Concluding Discussion
    Chair: Nina Heindl | Véronique Sina

Veranstaltungsort:

Universität zu Köln
COPT-Zentrum (315)
Räume H230, S231-S233
Luxemburger Str. 90 | 50939 Köln

[Quelle: H-Germ]


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