Tag Archives: teaching comics

CCS and the CBLDF Join Forces for the First Amendment!

CCS and the CBLDF, new First Amendment superfriends, announce addition of a permanent “Banned Comics” section to the Schulz Library during the 30th annual Banned Books Week. Continue reading

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ICAF in Review Redux: The Comics and Pedagogy Roundtable

The first day of the International Comic Arts Forum conference, September 29th, featured a roundtable discussion on the various challenges and considerations facing an educator when trying to introduce comics into the classroom. The afternoon panel was moderated by Associate … Continue reading

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Beth Hetland: Criminally Good Chicago Cartoonist

Beth Hetland moved to Vermont back in 2009 like an oncoming storm. Her enthusiasm, love of comics and strong work ethic made her not only a joy to be around but a cartoonist worthy of respect. Upon her graduation in … Continue reading

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Summer Workshops and Intern Sweat

The summer is coming to a close but not without help of some very talented (sometimes sweaty) interns. While most of the workshops are a smorgasbord of students peppered in from all around the globe of varying ages, interests and … Continue reading

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Professor Kevin Kilgore

Long-time readers of the Schulz Blog may remember CCS alum Kevin Kilgore’s essay on the Sangmyung University Cartooning Program in South Korea.  I’m happy to report that Kevin has recently joined the faculty of that prestigious institution!  I caught up … Continue reading

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