Comic Art Working Group
This Working Group aims to examine the development of comic art – including animation, comic books and strips, political and gag cartoons - world-wide in terms of its political sophistication, role in educational and conscientization initiatives, within and outside the mainstream and in terms of the implications of the corporatisation of the media.
Chair: Laura Nallely Hernández Nieto (Institute for Bibliographic Research, National Autonomous University of Mexico - UNAM) [contact]
Vice-chair: Citlaly Aguilar Campos (Mexico) [contact]
Vice-chair: Iván Facundo Rubinstein (National Autonomous University of Mexico - UNAM) [contact]
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IAMCR's Comic Art Working Group invites proposals that reflect the section's interest.
Paper and panels are now being accepted for the Comic Art Working Group for the IAMCR conference that will take place in Hyderabad from 15th to 19th July 2014. The theme of the conference is "Region as Frame: Politics, Presence, Practice"
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The deadline for submissions is February 14, 2012. (For more information on submissions and decisions, see...
Please send 100-word proposals on any aspect of comic art (Graphic novels, comic books, comic strips, caricature, political cartoons, gag and humorous drawings, animation) including presenter's name, postal and email addresses, telephone number. Each abstract/submission should be...
Abstract of 100 words, as well as postal and email address, should be sent to John A. Lent.