CFP: NeMLA-Panel: Depicting the Undepictable in German Comics and Comic Books, Pittsburgh (12 – 15 April 2018)

Dear colleagues,

Please consider submitting an abstract to the panel “Depicting the Undepictable in German Comics and Comic Books,” to be held at the upcoming NeMLA conference in Pittsburgh, PA (April 12 - 15, 2018). You can find the CFP at the following address: https://www.cfplist.com/nemla/Home/S/16748. Please submit your abstract of 200-350 words by September 30, 2017 to the same web page.

 

CFP: NeMLA-Panel: Depicting the Undepictable in German Comics and Comic Books (September 2017)

Please consider submitting an abstract to the panel “Depicting the Undepictable in German Comics and Comic Books,” to be held at the upcoming NeMLA conference in Pittsburgh, PA (April 12 - 15, 2018). You can find the CFP at the following address: https://www.cfplist.com/nemla/Home/S/16748. Please submit your abstract of 200-350 words by September 30, 2017 to the same web page.

Please email any questions to jludewig[at]allegheny.edu.

CFP: NeMLA-Panel: Depicting the Undepictable in German Comics and Comic Books, Pittsburgh (30.09.2017)

Dear colleagues,

Please consider submitting an abstract to the panel “Depicting the Undepictable in German Comics and Comic Books,” to be held at the upcoming NeMLA conference in Pittsburgh, PA (April 12 - 15, 2018). You can find the CFP at the following address: https://www.cfplist.com/nemla/Home/S/16748. Please submit your abstract of 200-350 words by September 30, 2017 to the same web page.

 

Chair(s)

Julia Ludewig (Allegheny College)

CFP: NeMLA-Panel: Depicting the Undepictable in German Comics and Comic Books, Pittsburgh (12 – 15 April 2018)

The recent wave of scholarly interest in comics and graphic novels has arrived in German Studies. Some of the most interesting work comments on the ways comic artists explore the formal, that is, visual means of their medium including aspects such as panel shapes, page design, and coloring. A topic that has not yet been at the center of scholarly attention lies at the very intersection between the visual and the non-visual.

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