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a few takes on teaching with comics

I have a new column up today at comiXology, and I think it might be of particular interest to this group:

It looks at a few different takes on teaching with comics that I've come across over the past few weeks.


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Comment by Karen on February 6, 2009 at 3:46pm
I wish you could be there, too!

I confess I don't have a favorite medieval graphic novel. I'm not actually a huge fan of historical comics. I think I was scarred for life as a child by "Prince Valiant."

I do like stories like Garth Ennis' "Preacher," though, since it plays so interestingly with religion. (I studied medieval religious movements and the cult of saints in grad school.)

Yes--NS is, as my grad school roommie liked to say, "Coolissime."
Comment by Ryan Goble on February 6, 2009 at 9:16am
Good luck with your panel tonight. I wish I could be there.

Comment by Ryan Goble on February 6, 2009 at 9:08am

Thanks for posting that article, very interesting. I heard you met NS yesterday - he's a very cool dude. Also I heart the fact that you are "Ancient/Medieval Studies Librarian and Graphic Novel selector" - what a cool title. What are your fav. midieval graphic novels?



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