Works and Days
The Comic Studies Multiverse: Graphic Transformations in Education and Culture
and Gian Pagnucci
Table of Contents
Alex Romagnoli and Gian Pagnucci: "Rebooting the Academy: Why Universities Need to Finally Start Taking Comic Books Seriously"
Teaching with Comic Books
Oriana Gatta: "From Analysis to (Re)Composition: A Prismatic Pedagogy"
Alec Lapidus: "Multimodal Social Semiotics and Comics in ESL Education"
Edel M. Reilly: "Superheroes in Math Class: Using Comics to Teach Diversity Awareness."
R. Scott Moore and Steven Schroeder: "Zombies in the classroom....and no, we are not referring to our students"
Jonathan A. Cooper and Robert P. Stallings: "What is Justice? An Ontological Discussion Through the Lens of Sarkar and Gastonny's
Caliber: First Canon of Justice
John Reilly: "Professional Reflections from a Tyro Comic Writer"
The Superhero and Comic Studies
Jeremy Larance: "Alan Moore's
: Harbinger of the Modern Age of Comics"
Brandon Galm: "Not in Kansas Anymore: A
Superman: Red Son
Jason Tondro: "ENG 140J: The Superhero Narrative"
Brian Burke: "An Analysis of the Rhetorical Nature of Comic Books"
Comic Books and Issues of Gender and Sexuality
Joshua Begley: "
Ceci N'est Pas Une Femme
: The Negation of the Male Gaze in Gail Simone's
and Alex de Campi's
Grindhouse: Doors Open at Midnight
Shana Kraynak: "Masculinization of the Great Machine: Reconstructing the Post-9/11 Superhero in Brian K. Vaughan's
Sandra Eckhard: "Analyzing the Avatar of Lois Lane: What We Learn from the Daily Planet Reporter"
Michael Dittman: "Women in Refrigerators: The Growing Dialogue Between Comic Creators and Fan Communities"
The Literary Genre of the Comic Book
Edmund Cueva: "Educated Cultures: Ancient Narratives and the Graphic Novel"
Forrest C. Helvie: "When the Present Makes Contact with the Past: Comic Adaptations and Translations of Medieval and Early Modern Sources"
Tanya Heflin: "Minds in the Gutter: Psychological Self-Exposure in Graphic Memoir"
Sara Van Ness: "Under the Loving Gaze of Mourners: Witnessing Death's (Dis)placement and Emotional Dissonance in Alison Bechdel's Fun Home"
John Branscum: "Me, Myself, and Mushi: Reframing the Human and the Natural in Urushibara Yuki's Mushishi"
Christopher M. Kuipers: "The Anti-Pastoral Novelty Library: Bucolic Superhero Satire in the Paratexts of Chris Ware's Jimmy Corrigan"
Wendy Carse with John Marsden: "Propelling the Zombie Narrative: 'It's Never Going to Be the Same Again' in The Walking Dead"
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