Event: Perspectives on Graphic Medicine: A Panel Discussion

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Thursday, Feb. 8, 2018. 6:00pm to 8:00pm


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About this Event

This panel discussion features UNT faculty exploring medical literature that combines the art of comics and personal illness narrative.


  • Dr. John Martin, Libraries


  • Dr. Jacqueline Foertsch, English
    “Heads, You Win!: Newsletters and Magazines of the Polio Nation”
  • Dr. Samantha Langsdale, Philosophy & Religion
    “Corporeality & Disability in Karrie Fransman’s The House That Groaned”
  • Dr. Bryan Conn, English
    “Manga and Medicine: Osamu Tezuka, MD”
  • Dr. Spencer D. C. Keralis, Libraries & English
    “Beyond the ‘Valley of the Ultratwinkies’: Representing Safer Sex in 90s AIDS Zines”
  • Natch A., Ecology Undergraduate Student
    “Living Color - Reasons to be Graphic”

Visit the Graphic Medicine exhibit in Willis Library, January 29-March 10

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