Queer Encounters

Paul Fisher Davies | University of Sussex
Joseph Ronan | University of Brighton
Posted 15 September 2018

Paul Fisher Davies has recently gained his Ph.D. with the thesis title Making Meanings with Comics: A Functional Approach to Graphic Narrative in the school of English at University of Sussex, where he has also been an associate lecturer and student mentor. He teaches English Language and Literature at Sussex Downs College in Eastbourne, UK. As well as studying and writing about graphic narrative form, he has written a collection of graphic short stories, with previews archived at http://www.crosbies.co.uk.

Joseph Ronan is a Lecturer in the School of Humanities at the University of Brighton. He gained his Ph.D., in Sexual Dissidence in Literature and Culture, at the University of Sussex in 2015. His current research focuses primarily on bisexuality as it intersects with queer theory, narratology, temporality and adolescence in literature and popular culture. He has recently published on Hanif Kureishi, Alan Hollinghurst, textual immaturity and bisexual camp.

Recommended citation:

Davies, Paul Fisher, and Joseph Ronan. “Queer Encounters.” Sequentials, vol. 1, no. 2, 2018.