Tag: comics

Illustrating ASSA’s findings with comics – part 5

Georgiana Murariu , October 12th, 2021


By Georgiana Murariu and Laura Haapio-Kirk In this blog post, we present the fifth comic in our ASSA comics series, set in rural Ireland. The comic below highlights…


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Illustrating ASSA’s findings with comics – part 4

Georgiana Murariu , September 27th, 2021


By Georgiana Murariu and Laura Haapio-Kirk In this blog post, we present the fourth comic in our ASSA comics series, this time set in Kyoto, one of Laura…


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Illustrating ASSA’s findings with comics – part 3

Georgiana Murariu , August 18th, 2021


By Georgiana Murariu & Laura Haapio-Kirk In this blog post, we present the third comic in our ASSA comics series – this time set in Lusozi, a neighbourhood…


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ethnoGRAPHIC: Extending Anthropology’s Reach, One Comic at a Time

Anne , November 1st, 2017


Part of my job as an editor is to convince people to write the books I think they should write, not necessarily the ones they want to write….


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Illustrated Man #10: The Vision

Matt Thompson , August 12th, 2017


I first started blogging about anthropology and comic books back in 2012 in an occasional series titled Illustrated Man. It lasted for about nine posts before petering out…


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Fire!! The Zora Neale Hurston Story – [Book Review]

Matt Thompson , June 8th, 2017


Savage Minds welcomes guest blogger Vidula G. Khanduri. A STEM major at Wellesley College, Vidula enjoys dabbling in the crossroads of politics, science, technology, and society. She’s an avid reader …


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Call for Papers: Ethno/Graphic Storytelling

Anne , April 4th, 2017


AAA 2017: Anthropology Matters November 29-December 3, 2017 Washington, DC Ethno/Graphic Storytelling: Communicating research through graphic novels and animation Co-Organizers: Archaeologist Sonya At…


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Graphic Medicine and Medical Anthropology by Dana Walrath

Dana Walrath , June 13th, 2016


Introduction When I began my graphic memoir series, Aliceheimers, it focused just on life with my mother Alice before and during dementia. But the revelatory insight that she…


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2016: Trends in Teaching, Publishing, and Anthropology

Anne , January 19th, 2016


2015 was a bit of blur for me. I spent the bulk of the year in a post-concussive haze. Thankfully, our team pulled in some great syllabi to…


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Graphic Medicine Manifesto by Juliet McMullin

Juliet McMullin , October 28th, 2015


In organizing the 6th Annual Conference of Comics and Medicine, I frequently heard the refrain “Comics and medicine? What’s that? How do those two things go together?” Indeed,…


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Announcing ethnoGRAPHIC: A New Series

Anne , April 20th, 2015


Graphic Adventures in Anthropology This is the final post in a blog series called Graphic Adventures in Anthropology. For several weeks now, guest contributors have been writing about various…


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Unflattening Scholarship with Comics

Anne , April 8th, 2015


Graphic Adventures in Anthropology This is the eighth post in a blog series called Graphic Adventures in Anthropology. For several weeks now, guest contributors have been writing about…


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Unflattening Scholarship with Comics

Anne , April 8th, 2015


Graphic Adventures in Anthropology This is the eighth post in a blog series called Graphic Adventures in Anthropology. For several weeks now, guest contributors have been writing about…


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Comics in the Community

Juliet McMullin , March 27th, 2015


Graphic Adventures in Anthropology This is the seventh post in a new blog series called Graphic Adventures in Anthropology. Once a week for several weeks, a guest contributor…


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Comics in the Community

Juliet McMullin , March 27th, 2015


Graphic Adventures in Anthropology This is the seventh post in a new blog series called Graphic Adventures in Anthropology. Once a week for several weeks, a guest contributor…


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the arkham knight

zephyrin_xirdal , October 20th, 2014


After the disappointment ‘Batman: Arkham Origins’ (Warner Bros. Games Montreal 2013) was [and ↑Jaz is with me here, giving good reasons, why it was disappointing], Rocksteady Studios…


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Bam! Pow! Join TaL for a discussion on the world Comic Books and Graphic Novels! 1pm wbrs.org

gmwll , April 1st, 2014


Join your faithful hosts Ryan and Adam for this week’s episode of This Anthropological Life: a journey into the world of comic books and graphic novels. Inspired by…


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