Thursday, November 12, 2009

Avoid Mind Fester!

For those of you who are worried about letting your mind fester over the Winter Break, or who simply want to learn more about the comic book form (and its relationship to literature, art, theory, semiotics, etc.), it's not too late to sign up for Humanities 4983: Comic Books as Literature. The schedule and books are listed below so you can better imagine yourself taking the course. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Dr. Josh Grasso. And thank you for those who have already signed up--he looks forward to seeing you in a month! Also, the flyer is attached to remind you of the dates and the questions that will be explored in class.

W 16 Introduction to Graphic Novels
T 17 Spiegelman,Maus I

M 21 Spiegelman, Maus II
T 22 Satrapi, Persepolis I
W 23 Film: Persepolis I

M 28 Gaiman, Coraline
T 29 Moore, Watchmen
W 30 Moore, Watchmen R 31 Oral Presentations

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