Teaching Comics Through Multiple Lenses : Critical Perspectives

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dc.contributor.author Hill, Crag
dc.date.accessioned 2018-12-04T19:06:57Z
dc.date.available 2018-12-04T19:06:57Z
dc.date.issued 2016
dc.identifier.isbn 9781317232582 fr
dc.identifier.uri https://eduq.info/xmlui/handle/11515/36298
dc.identifier.uri http://ebookcentral-cdc.proxy.collecto.ca/lib/cdcqc1-ebooks/detail.action?docID=4626251 fr
dc.description.abstract Building off the argument that comics succeed as literature--rich, complex narratives filled with compelling characters interrogating the thought-provoking issues of our time--this book argues that comics are an expressive medium whose moves (structural and aesthetic) may be shared by literature, the visual arts, and film, but beyond this are a unique art form possessing qualities these other mediums do not. Drawing from a range of current comics scholarship demonstrating this point, this book explores the unique intelligence/s of comics and how they expand the ways readers engage with the world in ways different than prose, or film, or other visual arts. Written by teachers and scholars of comics for instructors, this book bridges research and pedagogy, providing instructors with models of critical readings around a variety of comics. fr
dc.description.tableofcontents Introduction: The Growing Relevance of Comics - Crag Hill fr
dc.description.tableofcontents Section 1: Materiality and the Reading of Comics ; Designing Meaning: A Multimodal Perspective on Comics Reading - Sean P. Connors ; Multimodal Forms: Examining Text, Image, and Visual Literacy in Daniel Handler’s “Why We Broke Up” and Markus Zusak’s “The Book Thief” - Amy Bright fr
dc.description.tableofcontents Section 2: Comics and Bodies ; Illustrating Youth: A Critical Examination of the Artful Depictions of Adolescent Characters in Comics - Mark A. Lewis ; Just Like Us? LGBTQ Characters in Mainstream Comics - A. Scott Henderson fr
dc.description.tableofcontents Section 3: Comics and the Mind ; Telling the Untellable: Comics and Language of Mental Illness - Sarah Thaller ; Christian Forgiveness in Gene Luen Yang’s “Animal Crackers and Eternal Smile”: A Thematic Analysis - Jacob Stratman fr
dc.description.tableofcontents Section 4: Comics and Contemporary Society ; Poverty Lines: Visual Depictions of Poverty and Social Class Realities in Comics - Fred Johnson And Janine J. Darragh ; Can Superhero Comics Defeat Racism? Black Superheroes “Torn Between Sci-Fi Fantasy and Cultural Reality” - P. L. Thomas ; Teaching Native American Comics With Post-Colonial Theory - Lisa Schade Eckert fr
dc.description.tableofcontents Section 5: End Points - Crag Hill fr
dc.format.extent 1 ressource en ligne fr
dc.format.medium Ressource électronique fr
dc.language.iso eng fr
dc.publisher Routledge fr
dc.subject Bande dessinée fr
dc.subject Stratégie d'enseignement fr
dc.subject Enseignement de la lecture fr
dc.title Teaching Comics Through Multiple Lenses : Critical Perspectives fr
dc.type Livre fr

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