Drawing a Dialogue, Episode 3: Memoir Comics and the Personal as Political

Drawing a Dialogue is a podcast discussing comics in historical + educational contexts by Cathy G. Johnson and e jackson.

Episode 3: Using the graphic novel My Lesbian Experience with Loneliness as a jumping off point, Cathy + e talk about recent memoir comics + build a context through political performance art + social justice in art education. (This episode discusses human sexuality + uses some mature language.)

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Artwork by e jackson.

Artwork by e jackson.

Episode Citation (chronologically as mentioned in podcast):

  • My Lesbian Experience with Loneliness by Nagata Kabi: Seven Seas
  • Nagata Kabi interview: Pixivision
  • Women and Autobio Comics Roundtable: TCJ
  • Thierry Groensteen: University Press of Mississippi
  • Harriet Earle: Academia
  • Elisabeth El Refaie: University Press of Mississippi
  • Deirdre Heddon: Academia
  • Wimmen's Comix: Wikipedia
  • General performance art info: The Art Story
  • Megumi Igarashi: The Cut
  • What Is Obscenity?: Koyama Press
  • NIC Kay: Artist website
  • Aatmaja Pandya: One Percent Press
  • Bianca Xunise: Artist website
  • Higu Rose: Artist website
  • Joseph Liatela: Artist website
  • Coco Fusco + Guillermo Gómez-Peña interview: Bomb
  • Bishop, R. S. Mirrors, Windows, and Sliding Glass Doors. (Reprinted from Perspectives: Choosing and Using Books for the Classroom. Vo. 6, no. 3. Summer 1990.)
  • Dhankhar, E., & Bhati, A. S. (2016). Toward an Alternative Classless Society Through Comics. IUP Journal Of English Studies, 11(1), 14-19.
  • Cabedo-Mas, A., Nethsinghe, R., & Forrest, D. (2017). The Role of the Arts in Education for Peacebuilding, Diversity and Intercultural Understanding: A Comparative Study of Educational Policies in Australia and Spain. International Journal Of Education & The Arts, 18(9-12), 1-27.
  • Powell, K., & Serriere, S. (2013). Image-Based Participatory Pedagogies: Reimagining Social Justice. International Journal Of Education & The Arts, 14(15),
  • Eglinton, K. A., Gubrium, A., & Wexler, L. (2017). Digital Storytelling as Arts-Inspired Inquiry for Engaging, Understanding, and Supporting Indigenous Youth. International Journal Of Education & The Arts, 18(5),
  • Deirdre Heddon: Academia
  • Jones, S., & Woglom, J. F. (2016). On Mutant Pedagogies: Seeking Justice and Drawing Change in Teacher Education. Rotterdam: Sense .
  • Mark Johnson: University of Chicago Press